Intensive In-Community Service (IIC) Mental Health Services
Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS) and United Family Services provide intensive in-home and community based individual therapy, family therapy, behavior assistance, and conducts assessments in New Jersey.
- Clinically licensed therapist-LPC, LCSW, LMFT, Licensed Psychologist
- Associate licensed therapist-LAC, LSW, LAMFT
- Behavioral Assistant
Our staff have a wide range of specialties, work with a large variety of diagnoses, and are culturally representative of the families in the region.
IIC clinicians may provide youth and their families with an array of interventions such as psycho-education, negotiation and conflict resolution skill training, effective coping skills development, healthy limit setting, emotional regulation skills development, stress management, self care, symptom management and reduction, problem solving skills, and skill building that enhances self-fulfillment.
Individualized, multi-systemic, goal-orientated, and strength-based clinical intervention that addresses the emotional and behavioral needs of youth with moderate to high needs. Services typically occur in the home but can be conducted in the community depending on the treatment needs.
Services are typically provided for Youth ages 20 and younger in New Jersey who have moderate to high emotional and behavioral needs. Typical challenges can include depression, anxiety, school refusal, oppositional behavior, violent behavior, property destruction, hyperactivity, suicidal and homicidal ideation, etc. If your child is going through a difficulty that is affecting their ability to function normally in their daily life, it is worth calling the number below.
- Individual and Family Therapy
- Trauma-focused CBT
- Nurtured Heart Approach
- Stuctural Family Therapy
- STARR Approach
- A variety of other evidenced-based treatment models
- Behavioral Assistance for children and families
- Focus on strength-based skill building to increase desired outcomes
- Training on coping skills and healthy socialization
- Biopsychosocial (BPS)
- Substance Abuse Evaluations
- Clinical Supervision
- Clinically approved supervisors training supervisees in therapeutic models towards LPC, LCSW, and LMFT
- Mobile Therapists model strategies that help families accomplish collaboratively developed clinical goals.
- Behavioral Assistants address behavioral needs by developing skills with families aiming to increase desired behaviors and implement healthy coping strategies.
- Mobile Therapists to provide clinical, systemic, and individualized support for families of youth that have been diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability
Zero! IIC services are covered by Medicaid, even if you have private or no insurance.
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