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Counseling Program

JFSA Counseling for Life's Challenges

JFSA offers counseling to children, adolescents, adults, individuals, couples, families, and groups.

Today’s world provides unique challenges. JFSA understands these challenges and offers a clinical counseling program that provides our community with a sensitive and caring atmosphere, unmatched in Southern Nevada. 

At one time or another in our lives, most of us face a wide range of challenges, including issues that arise from bereavement, anxiety, depression, lifestyle transitions, relationships, family dynamics, conflicts with children, behavioral problems, trauma, or job stress. 

JFSA clinical therapists understand the pressures of coping and assist individual clients and families in managing a wide range of issues and conflicts.  We help individuals and families from every background, religion, race, culture, sexual orientation, or economic status.


Individual Counseling

It is a collaborative process between a therapist and client that allows the person to work through their life’s difficult demands in a calm, safe, and confidential setting.  JFSA clinical therapists provide guidance in identifying, assessing, and finding resolutions to problems that affect the individual client’s every life challenges.  Individual therapy is a unique opportunity to work one-on-one with a therapist to develop healthy coping skills for the long term. 



Also referred to as “relationship” counseling that involves you and your spouse or partner, child, parent, and/or family.  JFSA’s clinical therapists help clients learn better relationship and communication skills to manage and/or resolve problematic differences, recurring distress, and issues that affect the family and/or relationship.  This type of therapy focuses on communication, coping skills, constructive problem-solving, as well as ways to build trust and strengthen healthy relationships in a family system. 



The content of JFSA’s group therapy varies by group type.  Some groups teach tools and coping skills/strategies, while others assist with processing emotions and gaining/sharing support.  Under the direction of a skilled group therapist, group members will benefit from learning new ways to interact with others in a safe environment, alternatives ways of thinking, developing effective coping skills, and having the ability to give support to others.  

During group therapy, group members will begin to see that they are not alone.  They’re encouraged to hear that other people have similar difficulties.  The combination of trust and support from group members often results in the resolve of presenting concerns, learning of alternative behaviors, and developing new social skills or better ways of relating to people. 

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​Treatment & Counseling Approaches:​

JFSA clinicians are trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Brief Psychotherapy, Family Systems Therapy, and other evidence-based modalities. 


We specialize in helping our clients with the following issues:

  • Depression and Postpartum Depression

  • Anxiety 

  • Bipolar

  • Adjusting to a new place

  • Anger

  • Codependency

  • Complex PTSD

  • Existential Crisis

  • Grief and Loss

  • Family Conflicts

  • Intimacy and Relationship Problems

  • Midlife Crisis and Divorce

  • Self-esteem and Self-confident

  • Chronic Stress and Burnout

  • Women's Health

  • Women's Issues

  • Medical Trauma

  • Caregiver Stress

  • Life Transition and Role Change

Accepted Insurances

Our trained intake specialists will walk you through the process and go over your financial options, including private pay, in/out of network insurance, and for the uninsured, a discounted or sliding fee scale can be arranged.  JFSA works with each case individually to secure the maximum benefits possible, allowing you to focus on your treatment.

To find out whether this is the right option for you,

please contact us and speak with a JFSA Intake Specialist.

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