Clinical and Behavioral Health Services
The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey provides Clinical and Behavioral Health Services to children and families. With the guidance of a team of expert specialists with years of experience meeting the needs of at risk children and families, countless lives are improved and families are empowered to stay together.
The team includes:
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Licensed Professional Counselors
- Experts in Child Care and Child Growth and Development
Childhood Seperation & Loss
CHS of NJ’s Childhood Separation and Loss counseling helps children, foster children or privately referred children work though issues of separation as a result of transitioning from one home to another, illness, death, violence or other loss. It helps children understand reasons for the separation and cope with it, improve behaviors and look to the future. This program aids children in Foster, Kinship and Birth homes.
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Family and Children Enhancing Emotional Success (FACES) provides clinical counseling interventions for children from birth to 12 years old, who live in Mercer County and are not receiving other counseling services. FACES treatment interventions include individual counseling, parent-child counseling and parent-child therapy groups for pre-school aged children
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Yoga & Mindfulness for Preschool and School-Age Children
Research has shown that Yoga and Mindfulness techniques increase concentration, focus and attention span; improve self-control; and releive tension, stress and anxiety in the classroom. Under a pilot program, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey offers Yoga and Mindfulness to children in classrooms and youth in other group settings to teach these life skills.