Counseling is a partnership that respects your individuality, reaffirms your strengths, and reconnects you with possibilities for the future.
Our programs help families develop personal and interpersonal skills for challenging life situations, encourage creative problem solving, and enhance communication skills. Programs, developed in collaboration with nationally recognized leaders, address your relationship with your child, and the unique needs of single parents caring for young children and adolescents, as well as parents functioning as caregivers to their spouses.
Tuesday’s Children offers crisis and grief counseling, consultations, and referrals. Our services for children, adolescents, and adults include: psychological assessment; individual, family and couples counseling; support groups; and referrals to community resources. Psychologists and therapists from various organizations, like the World Trade Center Health Program, consult with our program managers on mental health considerations in the development and delivery of programming; provide training to staff about the signs and symptoms of trauma and grief and appropriate response to them; participate in the delivery of wellness programs; and provide appropriate referral, counseling, and follow-through. The program team is trained and certified in Mental Health First Aid USA by the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare.