Signs A Student May Benefit from SBFC A student may benefit from School Based Family Counseling (SBFC) if any of the following are present: - Appearing sad, shy, withdrawn, disengaged, fatigued or worried - Lack of compliance and/or aggression with authority - Attendance and/or tardiness issues - Disturbing the learning of others - Aggression with peers (hitting, pushing, yelling, biting) - Trouble making friends (social isolation, lack of social skills, bullying) - Neighborhood or community violence or disaster - Parenting concerns (parent mental health or substance use issues, parenting skills, jail time) - Home issues or transitions (new sibling, parental divorce, move to new home, homelessness) - Grief and Loss (foster care, absent parent, death of loved one, other trauma) - Disruptive behaviors (won’t sit still, throwing items, “class clown”) - As indicated by Universal Screening - Any time a suspected child abuse report (SCAR) has been filed
FCCS is directed by Melinda Haynes, MA, California LMFT 102308. Oklahoma LMFT 1153. North Carolina LMFT 2143.
We provide therapy for various trauma issues including absent parent, parent in prison, violence, witnessing violence, domestic violence, tragedy, murder,, witness to murder, grief, loss,, death, friend killed, violence in neighborhood, fear, first responder, vicarious trauma, nightmares, panic.