Groups meet once a week for 8 weeks, on-going referrals welcome
Anger Management & Conflict Resolution Groups
An evidenced based Cognitive-Behavioral approach will be utilized to promote healthy expressions of emotions.
**Referrals are accepted from the courts/FCIU, law enforcement, schools, UCMs and YCMs, DYFS, mental health professionals, and parents**
Groups for Youth With Sexually Inappropriate Behaviors (Non-adjudicated) Children (ages 9-12) & Adolescents (ages 13-17)
A cognitive-behavioral approach is utilized to address the inappropriate sexual behaviors for youth demonstrating:
· Inappropriate touching · Sexting · Sexually inappropriate comments or gesturing · Indecent exposure · Other sexually inappropriate behaviors ·
LGBTQ Consult & Support for Adolescents (ages 13-17) and their Families
Youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or those questioning their sexuality (LGBTQ) need adequate support to develop their identity and to express their feelings and concerns. IEP Youth Services, Inc. provides consultation for LGBT youth and their family to answer questions and to provide support and resources.
Groups for Parents
Parent Support Group
Provides parents of youth with developmental disabilities an opportunity to share ideas, concerns, and knowledge with one another in a supportive environment
Nurturing Parent Program
A flexible family-based intervention which ensures the specific needs of families are being met by providing nurturing philosophies of non-violent parenting with a primary focus on the treatment & prevention of child neglect and abuse
To register for this program, email us at: email@example.com or contact Taryn Ongsiako at 732-431-5872, ext. 129 or Dr. Madine DeSantis at 732-431-5872, ext. 122
Psychological and Educational Evaluations
These are used to assess the intellectual abilities and academic achievement in school-aged children and young adults, and in identifying the presence of learning disabilities, ADHD, and other school-related issues.
Evaluating the behavioral and emotional functioning of school-aged children and young adults to identify the presence of, or severity of, psychological disorders including: