Child and Family Solutions offers superior outpatient counseling services for individuals, families and couples in an office setting in addition to our in-home services. Our primary purpose is to use evidence-based, therapeutic interventions uniquely designed for each individual. Whether you are concerned about your child, your relationship, or you would like to receive individual counseling, therapy can often provide the much-needed assistance and non-biased support to deal with the everyday stressors that plague all of us in today’s world.
Schedules are flexible, offering both day and some evening hours, and most major NJ health insurance plans are accepted. All of our staff has several years of experience in their respective areas of expertise and are clinically licensed in the state of New Jersey. Clinical licensures include Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselors (LCADC), and/or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT).
[accordion_content title=”What insurance do you accept”]To best meet our client’s needs, we accept a variety of insurances. Please see our list of insurances for more information on the insurances we accept.[/accordion_content]
[accordion_content title=”When can I schedule an appointment?”]Weekly sessions are typically 45 minutes in duration. Our office hours are Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm. To schedule an appointment, please call 856-352-0054 or feel free to send a message using the contact form the right.[/accordion_content]
[accordion_content title=”What can I expect on the first session?”]During the first session, we conduct an intake assessment to gain background information about you and to determine your clinical needs. Following the initial appointment, if deemed necessary, we will schedule you for weekly sessions with one of our clinically licensed counselors. This may or may not be the clinician conducting the intake assessment. Please bring to the initial appointment:
- Your insurance card and identification
- Copay (if applicable)
- Completed intake forms
[accordion_content title=”What should I look for in a counselor”]It is important for counselors to hold at least a Master’s degree and a clinical licensure from the state of New Jersey. Other qualities that determine a great counselor are:
- Years of experience and
- Timeliness and consistency[/accordion_content]