Behavioral Health Services
As one of New Jerseys most prominent resources for quality behavioral healthcare, Caring Family specializes in range of behavioral healthcare services to provide support in a variety of life's challenges.
Individual, Family and
We provide a full range of individual, family and marriage counseling both in our Jackson, NJ office or via secure telehealth video portal.
Your licensed therapist will create an individualize plan of care to help you grow and discover new and more adaptive ways of behaving, thinking and feeling.
We provide care for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, abuse, family and marital conflict, stress and more.
We provide 1:1 ABA therapy. Our clinical staff, led by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), will provide a full assessment of your child upon referral. An individual treatment plan based on the assessment of your child will be made by the BCBA.
The BCBA will also have a bi-weekly meeting to provide parent training and treatment planning.
A trained therapist will come to your home each week and provide home-based ABA therapy for your child using techniques such as discrete trial instruction, verbal behavior, fluency-based instruction and incidental teaching.
We will also develop functional behavioral assessments, functional communication training and positive behavior support plans.
Community Based Services
Clinically Licensed Services
Our clinicians are licensed by the State of New Jersey and are trained in a variety of areas including but not limited to oppositional defiance, attention deficit disorder, post-traumatic stress disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, parent-child conflict, and sexual abuse issues. Our therapists use a variety of techniques including but not limited to cognitive behavior, play therapy, relaxation training, family therapy, etc.
Behavioral Assistance Services
Behavioral assistance services are provided by bachelor-degree-level staff and services are outcome-oriented interventions that target specific behaviors for the purpose of decreasing undesirable behaviors. Behavioral assistance services build upon the child’s and family's strengths to obtain more appropriate behavioral outcomes.
Mentoring is a non-clinical service available for children, families or parents. Mentors are positive role models who provide recreational outlets, life coaching and community integration.