Jewish Family Services’ Outpatient Mental Health Clinic has immediate openings for Telemental Health Services with licensed professionals in psychotherapy, psychiatry, psychiatric medication management and social services.
Our clinical practice advances a holistic approach with each client, helping individuals, families and children achieve stability, emotional healing and mental well-being.
Jewish Family Services has a solid reputation for serving clients with chronic mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, mood disorders, anger, grief, trauma, adjustment disorders, ADHD/ADD, and experiences with sexual assault and domestic violence.
Individual, Child and Family Counseling: A client-centered approach identifies the problems that effect a client’s ability to function. An individualized treatment plan with unique goals and specific treatment is developed to help the client reduce symptoms, improve functioning
and achieve wellbeing.
Psychiatric Medication Management: Managing the effective use and response to prescribed psychiatric medications in conjunction a client’s therapeutic interventions. We accept CCS clients, persons seeking services outside of their care network and those under the care of
other mental health providers.
Survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: Specially trained clinicians provide sexual assault and trauma related counseling at our main clinic location and at Sojourner Family Peace Center.
Grief Counseling: One-to-one sessions help individuals address the physical, emotional, and social responses to loss.
Couples Counseling: Processing Emotions and Communicating Effectively (PEACE): Helping parents resolve deep conflicts and improve communications skills. Reducing the negative impact of parental conflicts on the children, building consensus in co-parenting and creating a healthier family dynamic.
Late Life Counseling (For Seniors): Service for adults over the age of 60, who live in Milwaukee County and have physical and/or emotional problems which limits their ability to seek outpatient services.