Jewish Family Service provides a clinical, therapeutic service to address the following through individual, family, marriage or group counseling: personal emotional crises such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and/or serious personal difficulties including conflicts in interpersonal relationships such as marriage or peer friendships. For more information, please contact the Coordinator of Clinical Services at 972.437.9950.
Mental Health Addiction Counseling
Open to anyone in need, JFS offers comprehensive services to troubled youth, adults and older adults with addiction disorders including substance abuse and dependence, eating disorders, sexual addiction, self-harm and other addictive behaviors.
These services address related mental health issues such as suicidality, depression and anxiety and include support for parents, siblings and other family members.
• Individual and Family Counseling
• Behavioral Treatment
• Recovery Support
• Psychotherapy Groups
• Family Support
This specialized community resource will help those battling addictive behaviors find help and hope for as long as needed.
For more information, contact JFS Addiction Counseling Services at (972) 437-9950.
Our licensed professionals offer one-on-one counseling, helping people identify and understand their feelings, and develop skills and behaviors to better deal with those concerns.
Our licensed professionals help build stronger marriage relationships by identifying concerns and improving communication.
Participants in this group learn the skills to develop a solid foundation for a successful marriage.
Our licensed professionals help build stronger families by improving communications and relationships.
Family Violence Intervention and Counseling
Our licensed professionals help individuals or families coping with emotional, physical, or sexual abuse to reach physical and emotional safety.
Parent / Child Support
We offer a variety of services to help strengthen the parent / child relationship, whether learning to parent young children or issues related to adult children with aging parents.
Women: The Next Stage.
For women ages 50-65 whose children are no longer living at home, this group addresses the issues and many options for women entering this next stage of life.
For adults whose needs are best met by a care manager to coordinate services, the care manager will assess needs, abilities, and resources; develop a plan for support, including external referrals if necessary; and monitor progress.
For divorced men and women of all ages, and those in the process of divorcing, this group offers support and guidance.