Family Counselor Center
Family Counselor Center
Catholic Charities Family Counseling Center (FCC) provides outpatient mental health care in person and via telehealth. Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy is provided to children 5 years of age and older, as well as adults, in English and Spanish. Clients are evaluated holistically to identify all of their emotional, physical, spiritual, social, medical, recreational, and educational needs. The Family Counseling Center provides psychotherapy to clients seeking help with a wide range of mental and behavioral health issues, including trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, bullying, ADHD, relational conflicts, and more. Counselors work with clients to promote well-being and work toward strengthening families, resolving conflict, healing trauma, building self-esteem, and supporting a recovery lifestyle. They also make referrals to community resources for any additional services required.
In Lee County and Collier County public schools, Catholic Charities mental health providers are on site to provide counseling sessions to identified students during the school day.
Program Manager: Janeth Tamara
Address of Program: 2210 Santa Barbara Blvd, Naples, Florida, 34116.
Main phone line for program: (239) 455-2655
Main email contact for program: Janeth.firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a need to not publicize the address? Yes__ If yes, why? For location
Translation available at this office? Spanish
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Jose is a 12-year-old middle school student. He has a single mom and a 14-year-old brother with a chronic medical condition who is in and out of hospitals a lot. Jose has had to find ways to cope with his brother needing assistance and taking most of his mom’s time. His mom works and has to take off from work to go see specialists out of town with client’s brother for a week at a time.
Jose has learned that it is better for him to help care for his older brother and help his mom instead of seeing it as a problem. Jose has been getting involved in school activities such as soccer and the debate club. Jose does not have a lot of opportunities to do things outside of his home because he has to care for his brother.
His therapist has worked with Jose in using different coping strategies to help deal with the stress of his brother being sick and in the hospital. Jose has since been able to be more thankful and focus on the present moment. This has also helped him to do better on the debate team. He has had a brighter outlook on his future and has been more positive.
He likes to research topics that he might debate in the future and looks forward to making it to the regionals with his debate team. It has been a privilege to work with Jose and give him more coping tools to work with while he plays a crucial part in supporting his family.
"I did one of the coping skills we worked on last week and it helped me to calm down and not get angry at my mom." - Anonymous
129 Clients received counseling services in the month of February.