Our Child Mental Health Program provides in-home therapy for children ages 4 to 21. We have a family centered focus to encourage positive growth in each child.
These services are provided by New Behavioral Network through the NJ System of Care. By calling PerformCare at 877-652-7624, parents are able to access our services free of charge. By choosing New Behavioral Network, you will be receiving therapeutic services from the area’s top clinicians. Our staff has experience helping children and families overcome challenges and act stronger as a unit.
Mobile Therapists work with the child and family using proven effective therapy techniques.
- Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Licensed Professional Counselors
The family is asked for input in devising the treatment plan that will be used throughout the service period. The treatment plan is revised every three months to ensure it is reflective of progress being made.
Behavioral Assistants work with clients in both the home and community. They provide services such as role-modeling appropriate behavior, behavioral modification techniques, and help to enhance self-esteem. The Behavioral Assistant follows the treatment plan delineated by the mobile therapist.
Clinical Supervisors provide instruction and feedback to our therapists and behavioral assistants.
The Case Manager links the child and the family with the therapist and behavioral assistant best suited to help. The case manager acts as a liaison between the referral source, Perform Care, the family, and our staff. Our superior case managers ensure services are provided in the exceptional manner we expect for our clients.
Ways We Can Help
- Conflict Resolution
- Behavioral Modification
- Positive Reinforcement
- Effective Coping Skills
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Trauma Focused CBT
- Enhanced Family
- Healthy Limit Setting
- Coping With Grief
- and Loss
- Understanding Mental
- Health Issues
- Play Therapy
Children with These Diagnoses and Symptoms May Benefit from In-Home-Therapy
- Oppositional Defiant
- Substance Abuse
- Anger Management
- Socialization Challenges
- Autism Spectrum Disorders