At certain points in our lives, each of us will likely face psychological difficulties or life challenges. The JFCS professional staff of experienced, licensed therapists can help you navigate life’s twists and turns, enabling you to gain emotional strength and insight. Adult, child, adolescent, family, and couples counseling are available at convenient day and evening hours.  For those without insurance, JFCS offers sliding scale fees based on income. To schedule an appointment, click the “Request Service E-Form” to the left.

You may also click on the blue “Intake Packet Download Here” button located to the right, prior to your appointment, so that you may print, fill out, and bring the paperwork with you to expedite processing for your first visit. 


The coronavirus pandemic is stressful for many people. Fear and anxiety about the disease can be overwhelming, causing strong emotions in both adults and children. JFCS is here to help. Our new Telehealth Helpline is here to help people coping with stress and anxiety, as well as those struggling to maintain their sobriety, during this difficult time.

  • Speak with a licensed JFCS therapist
  • 30-minute session for $36 (pay by credit card)
  • Sessions available Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm to 7 pm

To book your 30-minute session, please email Kimberly Gerardi:

* The JFCS Telehealth Helpline is not intended to manage acute / severe mental health needs. Individuals who are in crisis or who are experiencing thoughts of harming themselves or others should contact 911 or go to the nearest hospital.


JFCS therapists are trained to address the many issues that affect young people in today’s world, such as bullying, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, and transitional issues through one-on-one counseling sessions. In addition, throughout the year we offer specially designed programs to the public that speak to issues such as young adult suicide, addiction, and healthy relationships. Tell Me More


Services are offered to adults who are facing emotional challenges precipitated by life events or due to a psychological disorder. Our therapists have the expertise to provide effective mental health services to individuals who are experiencing anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction and recovery, grief, chronic illness, job-related issues, sexual and gender identity concerns, and other life stressors that impact emotional well-being. Counseling also provides a place in which couples and families can learn techniques for more effective communication and problem solving. Our therapists help to rebuild trust and respect within the relationship. Tell Me More


JFCS offers a wide range of support groups throughout the year, focusing on issues such as addiction, grief, caregiving, loss of vision, and more. These groups provide the emotional comfort that can only come from peers who are going through similar experiences. To learn more about upcoming support groups, please complete a Request Service E-Form and a member of our counseling staff will reach out to you. Tell Me More


To help to heal and educate a community, you have to be immersed in it. Throughout the year, we take our JFCS experts and volunteers to the streets – to synagogues, churches, schools, senior living centers and more, to host informative and engaging programs so that the individuals can learn about getting help for themselves or others. Tell Me More