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Thursday, June 15, 2017

We're not going anywhere :)


The News-Press and Naples Daily News reported today that, "... the board voted to eliminate FGCU's master of education in school counseling degree program. FGCU stopped enrolling new students in the program in 2016"

We are still here and will be for the long-term! The FGCU Counseling program consolidated its two school counseling master’s programs (MED and MA) under the MA degree. No students have been admitted to the MED since 2015 and all school counseling students will continue to graduate with high quality and fully CACREP accredited and Florida DOE approved degrees under the Master of Arts in School Counseling

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

“Substances of Abuse” Workshop

Gulfcoast Mental Health Counselors, Inc. presents:

July 24th 2017 Workshop 11:30-2pm

“Substances of Abuse”

Dr. Joshua Hersh, Psychiatrist – 2 CEU’s

Registration closes at 5PM on July 20th.

Reserve your spot at:

Monday, June 12, 2017

Admissions specialist and community liaison position-

Cypress West Intensive Outpatient Program
  
Admissions specialist and community liaison position-
  • ·       Answer phone calls from potential clients and be a point of contact for referral sources and community partners.
  • ·       Conduct in-depth screening and assessments of potential clients for our outpatient substance abuse and co-occurring treatment program.
  • ·       Provide thorough and complete information to potential clients and referral sources about our treatment program, levels of care, clinical model and curriculum.
  • ·       Coordinate insurance, financial and logistical matters for all potential clients.
  • ·       Conduct orientation process with all new clients.
  • ·       Develop and nurture community relationships with service providers, practitioners and community organizations to ensure awareness and education about our program and the services we provide.

The position has a flexible part time schedule with hours varying from week to week.  Please call us at 239-309-6635 if you are interested or would like to learn more about the position.  





Sunday, June 11, 2017

Academic High School Guidance Counselor Las Vegas


Academic High School Guidance Counselor 
Beacon Academy of Nevada - Las Vegas, NV 
$40,000 - $60,000 a year

Under the direct supervision of School Administrator, this position will provide secondary school guidance and counseling services, programs and activities conducted at and for Beacon Academy of Nevada.

Read more:
https://www.indeed.com/job/academic-high-school-guidance-counselor-68978695c9d3f2d4

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Per diem substance abuse counselor

Counseling of Southwest Florida has a job opening for a per diem substance abuse counselor for our counseling center in Naples Florida.  We are looking for someone to start immediately, as the position is currently open.

  • ·         A per diem substance abuse counselor is responsible for facilitating substance abuse educational group sessions and relapse prevention focused substance abuse groups.
  • ·         A per diem substance abuse counselor is also responsible to conduct psychosocial substance abuse, anger management, and Batterer’s intervention assessments, as well as new client orientation.
  • ·         A per diem substance abuse counselor will conduct individual substance abuse therapy sessions.
  • ·         A per diem substance abuse counselor will develop individualized treatment plans with clients and maintain clinical documentation in the clients chart for all clinical services rendered.
  • ·         Schedule would require evening and daytime hours to conduct clinical services.


Call 239-775-0039 or email cportner@portnercounseling.com to inquire about the position or submit your resume.







  

Friday, June 9, 2017

Grant Specialist


Company Name: Soukup Strategic Solutions, Inc.

Company Web Site: http://www.SoukupStrategicSolutions.com

About Our Organization: The mission of Soukup Strategic Solutions is to provide nonprofit organizations with practical support and strategies that will help them succeed in fulfilling their missions.

Job Location: Work will be performed primarily at the Company office. Meetings will be required at client offices and other locations throughout the Southwest Florida community. Some
travel outside of Southwest Florida is required.

Time Commitment: This is a full-time position of 40-hours per week. Some evening and
weekend hours will be required to fulfill client needs.

Salary Range: $40,000 - $55,000 per year

Purpose: Responsible for planning, developing and coordinating the Company's grant writing
activities on behalf of non-profit clients.

Job Tasks:

Grant Research
• Develop a deep understanding of clients’ programmatic, offerings, innovations and
data to drive and inform grant writing strategy
• Research and monitor grant opportunities at the federal, state and local level which
match clients’ priorities for funding their programs and services
Grant Writing
• Prepare grant proposals on behalf of clients, including all required attachments, and
submit in a timely manner
• Ensure compliance with grant submission guidelines
• Work closely with the Client to determine goals and objectives and budget, relating to
specific funding requests
• Prepare budgets and gather letters of support and required materials needed from the
Client to complete funding requests
• Submit grant proposals on behalf of clients prior to the deadline and maintain
documentation of submission2
Grant Monitoring
• Maintain grant records, including but not limited to, files of all proposals, contracts
and reports
• For each client, create and maintain a deadline-driven calendar of grant deadlines and
activities, including cultivation activities
• Track and report funders’ responses to requests
• Submit quarterly and annual reports on behalf of the Client to funders in the manner
specified by each funder
• Act as central support figure to grantors on the Client’s behalf from application
through implementation
• Provide excellent customer service to clients by offering technical support, tools and
problem resolution for grant-related activities
General
• Meet with supervisor
• Communicate with clients, vendors and Company employees by phone, email and in
person
• Prepare reports on work activities and progress toward Company objectives
• Keep track of and report time on Company timesheet
• Collaborate with other Company employees and interns
• Other general duties in support of the Company’s grant writing strategies
Work Context
• Requires remaining stationary for periods of up to four hours
• Requires telephone conversations
• Requires interfacing with a computer
• Requires use of electronic mail
• Requires writing letters, memos, articles and reports
• Requires face-to-face discussions with individuals or teams
• Requires work with others in a group or team
• Requires work with external customers or the public
• Requires being exact or highly accurate
• Mistakes are not easily correctable and have serious consequences
• Requires meeting strict deadlines
• Opportunity to make decisions without supervision
• Requires making decisions that impact the results of co-workers, clients or the
company
• Includes traveling to various locations on and off campus
• Requires working indoors in environmentally controlled conditions
• Includes responsibility for work outcomes and results3
Education and Experience
Education:
• Bachelor’s Degree required (degree in English Writing, Marketing, Communications
or Journalism preferred)
Experience:
• Demonstrated professional experience in grant writing (3 years required; 5+ years
preferred)
Specific Knowledge / Skills Required:
• Customer service
• English language and grammar
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Ability to communicate in a clear, logical and comprehensive manner
• Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Power Point
• Ability to meet aggressive deadlines on multiple projects
• Demonstrated knowledge of the grant writing process from research to reporting
• Excellent proofreading skills
Specific Knowledge / Skills Preferred:
• Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential
• Donor Perfect, Raiser’s Edge or other donor management software
• eCivis, Grant Station or other grant research platforms
• Demonstrated success soliciting government funded grants
To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, writing samples, and three
references to erika@soukupstrategicsolutions.com

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

1.0 FTE Guidance Counselor opening for Yorkville Middle School.

A collaborative and flexible school counselor to support the Developmental Counseling Model for middle level students is needed at Yorkville Middle School. This position delivers services through the framework of ensuring that students are acquiring skills and knowledge in the three areas of academics, college and career, and social emotional. This position requires preventive and crisis counseling, academic goal setting, and providing direct instruction of the social emotional curriculum. This position is an integral component to the transition process of our students from elementary school to high school as well as the course selection process. This position requires the collection and use of data to set goals within the problem solving process. Strong oral and written communication skills for effective and efficient communication with all stakeholders is needed as well as the ability to build a partnership with student families.

Read and apply: 
https://www.k12jobspot.com/Job/Detail/2165567

Friday, June 2, 2017

Duval County Public Schools in Jacksonville, Florida has school counseling vacancies.

Duval County Public Schools in Jacksonville, Florida has school counseling vacancies.  See the job description below and apply now.
Provides counseling services for students by designing and implementing a multi-layered, comprehensive, and accountable guidance program in which equity, access, and academic success for all students are the focus.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Academic counselor for CTY Civic Leadership summer service-learning program

Johns Hopkins CTY is currently seeking an academic counselor for our CTY Civic Leadership summer service-learning program at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. 

We provide housing and meals on campus for staff. This site serves 9th through 12th graders. Compensation is competitive. The dates of the position run from June 18 through July 16, 2017.

The academic counselor position at CTY is similar to that of a boarding school counselor. As a member of the site administrative team, the academic counselor provides short-term, goal-focused counseling services to students and supports the residential and instructional staff in meeting the social, emotional, and educational needs of students. Academic counselors observe classes, visit residence halls, participate in student activities, facilitate workshops for students and staff, and maintain office hours. The academic counselor is often a point of contact for families and assists the Baltimore office in coordinating efforts to accommodate students with disabilities and special needs.

The position offers the counselor the opportunity for professional development through the fast-paced and team-based nature of the administrative work, the residential context of the program, and the unique gifted and talented student population at CTY (including students who are twice exceptional).

The Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Civic Leadership Institute is a three-week summer service-learning program for outstanding high school students in grades 9 and above. The program combines hands-on education, meaningful service, powerful speakers and seminars, and an unforgettable residential experience for a summer that students describe as "life-changing."

We hope you will consider joining our CTY summer staff!

What is CTY?
CTY, a world leader in gifted education, offers summer academic programs at college, universities, and independent schools in the United States and in Hong Kong. CTY provides highly qualified students with an intense immersion in a particular subject. In addition to rigorous academics, students enjoy a rich experience outside the classroom through recreational activities.

Why Work for CTY?
• Our students are highly motivated, and our programs focus on learning rather than grades.
• Our administrative, instructional, and residential staffs consist of dedicated educators and administrators from across the country and around the world.
• Academic counselors gain valuable administrative experience and professional development in a supportive, collegial environment.
• Compensation is competitive.

The Academic Counselor's Role
The academic counselor position at CTY is similar to that of a boarding school counselor. As a member of the site administrative team, the academic counselor provides short-term, goal-focused counseling services to students and supports the residential and instructional staff in meeting the social, emotional, and educational needs of students. Academic counselors observe classes, visit residence halls, participate in student activities, facilitate workshops for students and staff, and maintain office hours. The academic counselor is often a point of contact for families and assists the Baltimore office in coordinating efforts to accommodate students with disabilities and special needs.


A high degree of visibility during the program and an open line of communication with the site administrative team and staff are integral aspects of the academic counselor's role in creating an academic community responsive to the emotional needs of adolescents.

"I must say that this summer has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Not only did I enjoy my co-workers, but I also gained a lot of practical experience in my field. I learned to thrive in an environment surrounded by people much different from myself. I can honestly say that I am a better person for having worked this summer at CTY."
- former academic counselor

Terms of Employment

• At residential sites, starting salary ranges from $6,000 to $6,400 for a seven-week period, commensurate with education and experience; at non-residential sites, starting salary ranges from $2,700 to $2,900 per session, commensurate with education and experience.
• Attendance the first weekend in June at an orientation in Baltimore, Friday to Sunday (no additional compensation, but CTY pays travel expenses and provides room and board)
• Occasional telephone consultations during the year, as needed
• Employees pay their travel to and from domestic program locations
• Travel assistance is provided for international travel to sites outside of North America
• Room and board are provided at residential sites

Desired Qualifications
• Graduate training in school counseling, social work, or related field, with at least two years of work experience
• Experience working in a boarding school, residential camp, or related environment
• Experience working with gifted students and/or training in the characteristics of gifted students
• Experience working with students with learning disabilities and special needs
• Experience working as a member of an administrative/educational team
• Ability to lead discussions, conduct brief workshops, and assist staff with issues related to adolescence, gifted and talented students, community building, conflict resolution, team building, positive discipline, suicide prevention, eating disorders, active listening skills, and classroom management
• Strong communication skills

Dates of Employment
At most sites, our program has two summer sessions. Academic counselor employment dates for session one are June 18 through July 15, 2017, and for session two are from July 15 through August 6, 2017. Please note that a small number of our sites have slightly varied dates: see Site Locations and Dates for specifics.

How to Apply
Please fill out an online application at : http://cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer

Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.

Mirande Bissell
Assistant Program Manager, Summer Programs
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

Friday, May 19, 2017

New Report on Crime and Safety in Schools and College Campuses

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New Report on Crime and Safety in Schools and College Campuses

2017064Crime in the nation's schools and college campuses has declined over the past two decades, according to a report released today (May 16). The report also shows the prevalence of peer victimization among third graders and a significant increase in the number of forcible sex crimes reported on college campuses.
The new report, Indicators of School Crime and Safety 2016, is the 19th in a series of annual publications produced jointly by the National Center for Education Statistics, in the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences, and the Bureau of Justice Statistics in the U.S. Department of Justice.
The report presents statistics on crime and safety at schools and on college campuses, drawing upon an array of data collected from students, teachers, principals, and postsecondary institutions. It covers topics such as victimization, school conditions, discipline problems, disciplinary actions, safety and security measures at school, and criminal incidents at postsecondary institutions. This year's report also includes topics related to international comparisons of school crime and safety, peer victimization in third grade, and student victimization and risk behaviors by sexual orientation.
The report shows that a higher percentage of gay, lesbian, or bisexual students, compared to heterosexual students, reported that they had been bullied on school property (34 vs. 19 percent) as well as electronically bullied (28 vs. 14 percent) during the previous year.
The new report shows a drop in the number of criminal incidents at postsecondary institutions but reflects an increase in reported sexual assaults on college campuses. In 2014, there were 27,000 criminal incidents on campuses at postsecondary institutions that were reported to police and security agencies, representing a 35 percent decrease from incidents reported in 2001 (41,600 incidents). However, reported forcible sex crimes on college campuses more than tripled between 2001 and 2014, from 2,200 to 6,700 incidents.
Other key findings include:
Bullying and Peer Victimization
  • In 2015, about 15 percent of U.S. fourth-graders and 7 percent of U.S. eighth-graders reported experiencing bullying at least once a month. These percentages were lower than the international averages of 16 and 8 percent, respectively;
  • In the spring of 2014, about 15 percent of third-graders reported that they were frequently teased, made fun of, or called names by other students; 22 percent were frequently the subject of lies or untrue stories; 14 percent were frequently pushed, shoved, slapped, hit, or kicked; and 15 percent were frequently excluded from play on purpose; and
  • Between 2005 and 2015, the percentage of students reporting being bullied at school during the school year decreased from 28 to 21 percent.
School Safety
  • In 2015, there were 33 victimizations per 1,000 students (ages 12 to 18) at school. This was down from 181 victimizations per 1,000 students in 1992, a decline of 82 percent;
  • A total of 12 of the 1,053 homicides of school-age youth between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014 occurred at school. During the same period, there were 8 suicides of school-age youth at school, compared with 1,645 total suicides of school-age youth that occurred in calendar year 2013; and
  • During the 2014–15 school year, there were 1,500 reported firearm possession incidents at schools in the United States, and the rate of firearm possession incidents was 3 per 100,000 students.
Postsecondary Institutions
  • There were fluctuations, but no clear change, in the number of arrests for weapons possession on postsecondary campuses between 2001 and 2014; the number of arrests ranged from 1,000 to 1,300 each year during this time span; and
  • Of the 804 total hate crimes reported on college campuses in 2014, the most common type of hate crime was intimidation (343 incidents), followed by destruction, damage, and vandalism (327 incidents), and simple assault (61 incidents). The two most frequent categories of motivating bias associated with these crimes were race and sexual orientation.
To view the full report, please visit http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2017064.
The Institute of Education Sciences, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the nation's leading source for rigorous, independent education research, evaluation and statistics.

School Counselor Position: Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School in Sarasota, FL

Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School in Sarasota, FL is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Guidance Counselor for the 2017-18 school year.  Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Assistant Principal, Stefan Gates at sgates@cmhs-sarasota.org.

Work in Hawaii


The Department of Education employs about 13,000 teachers, librarians and counselors, and an additional 12,000 educational officers, civil service and support personnel. We seek talented, skilled, credentialed and enthusiastic employees who will help deliver on the promise of the Department's Strategic Plan. There are job opportunities on the main populated islands: Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kauai. For teachers, the greatest demand occurs on the neighbor islands and in the more rural areas of Oahu, away from Honolulu.

http://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/ConnectWithUs/Employment/JobOpportunities/Pages/home.aspx#class

JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER SUPV - SES - 80004555

Found this job on LinkUp.com: http://www.linkup.com/job/ee8ebe50b54ded911eb588fd90673e0438ad/juvenile-probation-officer-supv-job-in-fort-myers-fl

Monday, May 15, 2017

Webinar Series: Trauma-Informed Innovations in Crisis Services


Part Two: Implementing the Trauma-Informed Principle of Peer Support in a Crisis Service Setting

Monday, May 22, 2017 | 3–4 p.m. Eastern Time
Join us for a monthly webinar series that will highlight the innovative work of crisis service providers employing a trauma-informed approach. The series, sponsored by SAMHSA's National Center for Trauma-Informed Care and Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint, will take place from April through September 2017 on the fourth Monday of each month from 3 to 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
Part two of the series will feature a presentation from the staff of Crestwood Behavioral Health's Freise Helping Others through Peer Empowerment (HOPE) House, who will share about their trauma-informed approach to crisis services in Bakersfield, California. Freise HOPE House is a voluntary, short-term crisis residential treatment program that offers a warm, homelike environment with experienced staff.
To participate in the webinar on May 22, please join us online at 3 p.m. by visiting https://nasmhpd.adobeconnect.com/crisisvln/. Then dial telephone number 1-888-727-2247 and enter the conference identification number 9452092, followed by #.

Mark Your Calendars:

  • Empowerment, Voice, and Choice: Pierce County Recovery Response
    Center | Monday, June 26, 2017, at 3 p.m. Eastern Time (Part 3 of 6)
  • Collaboration and Mutuality: Harbel Community Organization | Monday, July 24, 2017, at 3 p.m. Eastern Time (Part 4 of 6)
  • Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues: The Ali Forney Center | Monday, August 28, at 3 p.m. Eastern Time (Part 5 of 6)

Friday, May 12, 2017

Medical Office Skills Program



Alzheimer's Savvy Caregiver Program Info


VIPKID is currently looking for online teachers for our young students.



VIPKID provides an international learning experience to Chinese children – all from the comfort of their homes. Our sophisticated virtual classroom streams passionate, qualified teachers into Chinese homes, linking the world through education.

Requirements
- Classroom K12 experience in the US or Canada
- Bachelor's degree in any field
- Tech Requirements: Desktop or Laptop with fast Internet connection and audio/video capability

Learn more: t.vipkidteachers.com/?refereeId=4095850

New Publications from SAMHSA



New Publications

SAMHSA released a series of facts sheets about anxiety disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, depression, first episode psychosis, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). These fact sheets provide the latest scientific information about symptoms and a range of treatment options, as well as peer support groups and services.
Understanding Depression Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of depression in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5003
Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of obsessive-compulsive disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5001
Understanding a First Episode of Psychosis Caregiver: Get the Facts: Provides caregivers with a general overview of psychosis in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5005
Understanding Bipolar Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of obsessive-compulsive disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5007
Understanding Anxiety Disorders Caregiver: Get the Facts: Provides caregivers with a general overview of anxiety disorders in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5009
Understanding Bipolar Disorder Young Adult: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with bipolar-compulsive disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5008
Understanding a First Episode of Psychosis Young Adult: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with psychosis. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5006
Understanding Depression Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with depression. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5004
Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5002
Understanding Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Young Adults: Get the Facts: Gives young adults facts on living with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5012
Understanding Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Caregiver: Provides caregivers with a general overview of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in youth and young adults. Gives guidance on how to provide support. Highlights recommended treatment approaches. Includes a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5011
Understanding Anxiety Disorders Young Adults: Gives young adults facts on living with anxiety disorders. Discusses causes and treatment approaches. Provides a list of helpful resources. SMA16-5010
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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Sibshops

Sibshops are an opportunity for siblings of children with ASD to make connections, gain peer support and education within a recreational context. Sibshops are lively and fun. While the effects of Sibshops might be therapeutic, Sibshops are not therapy

Click here to get PDF Flyer.


Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Full time Licensed Assistant Clinical Director


Carrie Root, Executive Assistant/Human Resources Manager, croot@cac-swfl.org
Children’s Advocacy Center of SW Florida, Inc.
3830 Evans Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33901
Tel: (239) 939-2808


Monday, May 8, 2017

Human Services Counselor III Job in Fort Myers, FL

Requisition No: 10033
Agency
Agency for Persons with Disabilities
Working Title
HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR III - 67032224
Position Number
67032224
Salary
$1,074.08 - $1,246.92 / bi-weekly
Posting Closing Date: 05/10/2017
HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR III – CS

Agency For Persons With Disabilities

SUNCOAST REGION – 67032224 – FORT MYERS

This Is A Career Service Position.

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities works in partnership with local communities to support people with developmental disabilities in living, learning, and working in their communities. APD provides critical services and supports for customers with developmental disabilities to reach their full potential. The Agency serves people with spina bifida, autism, Down syndrome, children age 3-5 at high risk of developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, Prader-Willi syndrome, Phelan-McDermid syndrome, and intellectual disabilities. There is no charge or co-payment for services provided through the Agency.

Learn more here.

Friday, May 5, 2017

David Lawrence Center Expands Children's Services

New Program Fills a Gap in Treatment for Adolescents in our Community






David Lawrence Center Expands Children's Services;
Children's Partial Hospitalization Program Now Open


  David Lawrence Center's new Children’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a voluntary day treatment program that provides intensive, medically supervised treatment for adolescents ages 13 to 17. The program assists adolescents who are exhibiting significant psychiatric symptoms which are causing severe distress and impairment in areas such as self-care, school functioning, and family or interpersonal relationships. 
The Children's PHP offers a safe environment for adolescents to learn healthy coping skills without the need for 24-hour inpatient or residential support. PHP is run by a multidisciplinary team including a pediatric psychiatrist, licensed clinicians and a nurse. Individuals participate in daily therapeutic, educational, wellness, and expressive therapy groups. PHP also includes weekly individual and family therapy as well as medication management visits.
The average length of stay is one to three weeks. Because PHP is a day program, participants do not attend school. DLC collaborates with Collier County Schools to develop educational resources on-site that meet the children’s needs including access to online school assignments. Upon completion, case managers work with families and school personnel to ensure successful transition back to school.


Referrals are welcome.


for more information at 239-455-8500


DavidLawrenceCenter.org



David Lawrence Center | 6075 Bathey Lane, Naples, FL 34116



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