Jewish Family Services is a leader in providing counseling to adults facing stress related to relationships, family, health, loss, or other life circumstances. Our licensed counselors and therapists have expertise in the full range of social emotional treatment:
- Marriage and Couples Counseling
- Women’s Health
- Bereavement and Loss
In addition, Family Counseling services at JFS help adults and children achieve greater family harmony. Our Older Adults Program helps people over 60 with the emotional challenges that are specific to that stage of life.
We serve adults and families in West Hartford, Bloomfield, and throughout the Greater Hartford region.
For more information about how the licensed counselors and therapists at Jewish Family Services can help support you, please email us or call Jewish Family Services at (860) 236-1927.
Marriage and Couples Counseling
Has your relationship hit a temporary rough patch? Are you on the verge of separation? Are you somewhere in between? Do you want to heal your relationship?
The licensed marriage and family therapists at Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford help married and unmarried couples, heterosexual and LGBT couples work through relationship challenges.
Based on Self Reflection and Insight
Our approach to marriage counseling and couples therapy is to listen and ask questions, to prompt self-reflection and insight. This can help both people in the relationship move beyond frustrations and resentments, and toward the goal of building trust and developing a greater understanding of their partner’s perspective and needs.
Unsure about whether couples therapy will work for you? According to research done by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, families and couples who participate in therapy sessions indicate extremely high levels of patient satisfaction. And JFS services are usually covered by insurance.
For more information about how our licensed counselors and therapists can help support your family, please email or call the Jewish Family Services at (860) 236-1927.
Divorce is liberating and disheartening, hopeful and final, eliciting often competing emotions. It can be particularly difficult on children and pose unique parenting challenges.
As Healthy a Breakup as Possible
Jewish Family Services provides counseling to couples considering, undergoing, or after a break-up, separation, or divorce. Our goal is to help you, your spouse or partner, and your children experience as healthy a break-up as possible, to help you create a divorce that works.
For families, we also offer two divorce education programs, Focus on Kids and Parent Education Program to help parents and children transition through the stresses and changes resulting from a divorce.
Give Us a Call
Give us a call if you want to talk about how Jewish Family Services can help you heal and regain your emotional health. We know it’s not easy. But it will help. Our number, in West Hartford, is (860) 236-1927.
Jewish Family Services supports the range of emotional and mental health needs of adults living with moderate intellectual and developmental disability.
All of our services are strength-based, building on the unique strengths that each client possesses. Also, our services are informed and guided by values of the importance of the family unit, the full acceptance and inclusion of people with disabilities in the larger community, and self-determination, dignity, and respect.
Attendance ranges from weekly to monthly sessions, based on individual needs.
Individual therapy can be helpful with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, socialization difficulties, adjustment and attachment issues. All therapy is tailored to individual needs and helps clients fully interact with the community and achieve maximum independence in the least restrictive way.
We also assess and support family members and caregivers in coping with the emotional impact of caring for a loved one with disability. Family therapy can offer education, support and strategies to assist with care giving.
As part of our collaborative approach to disability services we also work with community partners, particularly the Jewish Association for Community Living, to promote meaningful participation in the community and minimize barriers that prevent individuals from accessing services.
For more information, please email or call Jewish Family Services at (860) 236-1927.
Our clinicians help women process and overcome the emotional and psychological impact of issues that are specific to women, such as infertility, body image, and breast cancer. They also help women address more general issues from the unique perspective of women, including marital discord, health and wellness, mindfulness, depression, and parenting issues.