Children's System of Care Services
Counseling Support Services, LLC is an approved community provider of behavior and mental health services offered through the New Jersey Children's System of Care. These services can only be accessed through Perform Care, the single point of entry for all children, adolescents and young adults, living in New Jersey, seeking treatment or supportive counseling services. For more information, please contact Perform Care directly.
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These are the types of issues addressed with our services:
Alcohol & Substance Abuse
All counseling and therapeutic support services are facilitated to develop the whole person in these 5 areas:
This is a short-term solution-focused clinical intervention provided by an independently licensed behavior or mental health professional to youth and families in their homes or another amenable location within community. Clinical interventions may include:
Emotional Modulation Techniques
Cognitive Coping Skills
Behavior Modification Strategies
This is a short-term positive behavioral support intervention provided by a certified paraprofessional, under the direct supervision of an independently licensed behavior or mental health professional, to youth and families in their homes or another amenable location within community. Behavior interventions may include instruction or practice of:
Social Emotional Learning
These providers (IIC/BA) primary objectives are symptom reduction, skill development and stabilization to improve functioning at home, school and in community.
Capacity to reach a state of healthy awareness about self, others, and the world by engaging in activities that stimulate mental growth.
Ability to adapt, understand, and maintain stable emotional expression that builds satisfying relationships with self, others, and the world.
Ability to engage a wide range of physical activities to sustain peak strength, stamina, flexibility, and vitality.
Learning how to identify, monitor and practice daily habits, choices and actions that support optimal functioning in all life areas.
Establishing appropriate networks and connectedness to others while engaging in positive recreational or entertainment activities in the broader community.
Private Practice Services
This process focuses on a single participant presenting for services with concerns related to a wide range of behavioral, emotional, or mental health issues. Goals are related to developing skills and strategies to enhance health and wellness, by improving the relationship with one’s self.
Involves identified family members looking for an opportunity to address relational concerns and work towards long-term solutions. It is found that most individuals presenting for behavior, emotional or mental health complaints, eventually learn how the family of origin or current family dynamic can perpetuate the problem or substantially assist in resolving it. Therefore, family sessions are considered an integral part of individual counseling.
This is a comprehensive clinical process that examines an individual’s functioning in all life domains. It involves collecting and analyzing data about an individual’s family and personal history, current functioning, barriers, goals, and desired outcomes. This helps to determine severity of need and appropriate level of treatment service provided.
Clinical Supervision and Consultation
This service is offered as a series of workshops, seminars and training presentations to other professionals and organizations, that may work with children and families impacted by behavior and mental health challenges, to provide personal or professional development, to support preparation for examination and State Board licensing and offer clinical guidance in best practice therapeutic intervention. These services are provided in a variety of settings that include on-site, in schools, community centers, residential facility, or community-based organizations.
Topics may include but are not limited to:
Behavior and Mental Health Disorders
Substance Use Disorders
Parent Skills Training
Race-Based Traumatic Stress
Health and Wellness