Sometimes life is challenging and children can struggle with how to move forward or deal with problems.
Jewish Family Service Houston's (JFS) children’s mental health program provides counseling to children, adolescents and their families. Therapy helps children and teens learn and identify solutions to handle life’s obstacles. We provide children and teens ages 3 to 17 with a variety of services such as individual, play, expressive, family and group therapy, as well as academic advocacy, psychoeducation, parent coaching and support and referrals.
Therapy can help with:
Meetings: Mondays 5:15–6:00 PM
Teens discuss their new normal and engage in activities together.
Topics covered: increasing social connections, positive communication skills and self esteem, learning to manage conflict, navigating academic challenges and discussing family dynamics and conflict.
Meetings: Thursdays 4:00–4:45 PM
Participants virtually connect with peers while learning self-growth, self-care and social skills.
Meetings: Wednesdays 4:30-5:15
A free group is for tweens seeking to learn creative ways to communicate, express themselves, understand themselves and connect with others. Participants find support, learn coping skills and make friends while doing art projects.
Participants required to provide their own art supplies; a list of supplies given upon registration.
Complete the form below to contact Behavioral & Mental Health Services. Once we receive your submission, we will call you to schedule a phone appointment within two business days. Due to the pandemic, all of our services are being delivered remotely. If you are already a client, click the button below to pay your bill.