The Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. team is committed to providing a broad range of personalized, innovative, and ethical services that address the psychological, educational, social, and developmental needs of the clientele. Our clinicians have extensive experience working with families, with particular specialization in improving the functioning of children and adolescents. Clinicians provide services such as direct counseling, adoption assessment, educational seminars and trainings, advocacy and resource provision.
Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. offers individual, couple, family, and group counseling as well as consultation and assessment services.
Required prior to receipt of services. A therapist evaluates each client with an initial consultation to assess the potential of a good client/therapist working relationship. Will discuss immediate expectations about the therapy, including fees and the length of treatment.
If it is determined that the client would like to move forward with therapeutic services, an intake will be completed. The intake is an in-depth assessment session to discuss the client’s background, stressors, past and current behaviors, and medical history, as well as the goals of treatment. A treatment plan will be developed and managed throughout treatment.
Individual evaluation, assessment and treatment. Therapist and client will develop an in-depth treatment plan to address issues identified by client and therapist during the intake. Longevity of treatment will be determined by client need.
Therapist and clients will develop an in-depth treatment plan to address issues identified by both parties and therapist during the intake. Longevity of treatment will be determined by client need. This type of session focuses on communication and relationship issues including lack of trust and intimacy issues.
Evaluation, assessment and treatment within a family structure. Assists in alleviating familial conflict and improving communication. Family therapy can also be utilized to address relationship and parenting issues.
Evaluation, assessment and treatment in the group setting. The therapist has an opportunity to observe, intervene and manage the conflict as it happens with the intention of behavior modification. Each person works on their individual goals. Groups run for eight weeks. The focus of each group will be determined by client demand at the time of registration. Options include groups for anxiety, depression, women’s issues, managing trauma, parent support, adoption support, autism support and self-esteem.
Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. collaborates with The Therapeutic Play Foundation, Inc (www.therapeuticplayfoundation.org); a nonprofit organization that seeks to reduce trauma symptoms and community build via play and mindfulness based interventions. Mindful Play group sessions are offered in 12 week increments to encourage an increase in coping skills, resiliency and self esteem in those who may be experiencing trauma. All interventions in Mindful Play involve play, art, music, and movement therapy supplemented with mindfulness prompts that improve focus and attention. Mindful Play curriculum can be developed on a case by case basis for interested schools, organizations, and agencies. We will work as a team to identify the core issues and develop a collaborative treatment plan for overall better health of local communities.
If you are interested in setting up a mindful play curriculum for your organization, please email email@example.com or call (800) 488-3414, extension 3.
Group therapy for children and adolescents to assist in improving peer relationships, boundary setting, self-esteem, frustration management, impulse control and goal setting. The group format allows the youth an opportunity to practice interacting in a positive and appropriate manner with peers. Includes techniques such as talk, play, music and art therapy as well as behavior modification. Groups are separated according to age since the way we socialize changes drastically with age.
Some concepts addressed in treatment are: taking turns, sharing, listening, positive play, emotional identification, appropriate cognition, and communication with questions and answers, and rewards and consequences. Each child works on their individual goals.
Some concepts addressed in treatment are: listening attentively, labeling emotions, defining friendship, positive play, reading body language, social expectations and behaviors, working as a team, bullying, managing loss (of a friend, of a game. of a loved one) nonverbal communication, sibling relationships, compassion for others, appropriate touch, self-esteem, self-regulation, and managing anxiety and frustration.
Some concepts addressed in treatment are: organization and planning, taking responsibility, opposite sex relations, defining friendship, social expectations and behaviors, bullying, self esteem, anxiety, frustration management, compassion for others, self-regulation, coping skills, sibling relationships, parent conflict, school performance issues, and identity issues.
Some concepts addressed in treatment are: organization and planning, taking responsibility, opposite sex relations, self esteem, anxiety, frustration management, parent conflict, school performance issues, identity issues, and future planning and goal setting.
Fields Family Counseling Services works on a contractual basis with local Counties to complete adoption home studies for prospective foster and adoptive families. These families are interviewed and assessed according to the SAFE format. Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. utilizes a highly qualified staff of social workers to complete these services as needed.
If you are an agency seeking adoption home study assessment report providers, please contact us regarding rates.
Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. offers clinical supervision for associates who may be unable to receive the service from their full time employment. Clinical supervision allows you to improve your link of theory to practice, recognize and address transference and counter-transference issues, provides case staffing and processing and assists you to become a more confident therapist. FFCS also provides assistance with study techniques and practice questions to better prepare you at the examination stage. We offer individual and group supervision. Current supervision groups are meeting in the early evening. We can work with your schedule as needed if you choose to do individual clinical supervision.
If you are a mental health professional interested in making the leap into your own private practice, FFCS offers a summer workshop entitled The Social Worker as an Entrepreneur: Establishing Your Brand. There will be three two-hour group workshops offered during the summer months with follow-up mentor group meetings. We also offer individual professional consultation, as requested. Individual or group participants are invited to attend mentor group meetings to continue to support professional growth. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you or your organization is interested in attaining a speaker for an in-service, EAP, or human resources presentation, FFCS can provide a high energy, professional and engaging discourse on topics in the field of mental health. We can also create a personalized presentation to meet the needs of you and your organization. Past presentations have included Stress Management, Depression, Anxiety, Play Therapy Techniques, Understanding the Adoption process and non-traditional social work career resources.
Fields Family Counseling Services, Inc. also works on a contractual basis with additional providers specializing in Autism issues and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).