School-Based Services

How to get your child involved:

  1. Contact your child’s teacher or guidance counselor to see if your child's school is part of our network.

  2. Ask to be involved with Minority Behavioral Health Group School-Based Therapy Program.

  3. Meet with the therapist assigned to your child’s school.

  4. Complete necessary paperwork.

* Services will be provided primarily in the school setting

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Does your child struggle with…?

  • Anger

  • Family & Peer Conflict

  • Feelings of Sadness

  • Attention Issues

  • Truancy

  • Anxiety

  • Domestic Violence

  • Divorce

We are here to HELP!


Types of Services offered to you and your child:

  • Individual Therapy

  • Group Therapy

  • Consultation with school personnel

  • Liaison with community agencies and organizations

  • Advocacy and referral

  • Conflict resolution with it occurs

  • Prevention groups and workshops

  • Mental Health Assessments

  • Psychological Testing

  • Medical referrals


Core Benefits:

  • Therapists conveniently located in your child’s school

  • Opportunity to resolve conflicts when they occur

  • Impact your child’s ability to succeed academically,

emotionally and behaviorally

  • Advocate for your child within the school setting