Comprehensive BioPsychoSocial Evaluation (CBE) – a complete gathering of ecological information through client interview, discussion with family members and/or caretakers, a review of clinical records, and contact with collaborating agencies that leads to a case formulation, a diagnosis, and a plan of treatment.

Comprehensive BioPsychoSocial Re-evaluation (CBR) – A targeted revision of the CBE that provides an account of changes subsequent to the original CBE for enabling services to be sensitive to the changing needs of the client.Outpatient Therapy – A variety of treatments to individuals, groups, or families that don’t require hospitalization and are initially based on the results of the CBE.

Neurofeedback – A form of biofeedback to train the brain. Operant conditioning of brain waves is a safe and effective way to teach self-regulation of subtle behavior promote health and well-being.

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) – a Medicaid funded program that provides trained professional support for children under the age of 21 to reduce or replace problem with positive socially-appropriate behavior. Services are family and child centered and take place in a variety of settings.

Behavioral Consultation – A consultant that collaborates with clients and caregivers to collaboratively identify and analyze problems, design and implement interventions, and then evaluate and modify plans based on results.Mobile Therapy (MT) – The MT provides therapy to a client and other(s) that potentially affect the behavioral success of that client in settings other than an agency or office.

Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) – A college graduate that works under the direction of a Behavioral Consultation as outlined in a treatment plan Instituted in the context of providing BRHS services.

Case Management – Monitors and ensures provision, compliance, and quality control of services being rendered.

Individual Support Services (ISS) for the Intellectually and/ or Developmentally Disabled

(I/DD) Youth (New Jersey Location Only)

Individual Support Services assist the youth with acquiring, retaining, improving and generalizing the behavioral, self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to function successfully in the home and community. Individual Support workers will provide services directly to the youth through evidence-based and data driven methodologies. Individual Support Services are behavioral, self-care and rehabilitative related tasks performed and/or supervised by service provider staff in a youth’s family home, the home of a relative or in other community-based settings, in accordance with approved treatment plans.

These services will support the acquisition, generalization and maintenance of goal attainment in home and community settings; build on adaptive functioning skills and pragmatic communication skills. The service will focus primarily on the use of Positive Behavioral Supports; instruction in activities of daily living tasks such as, eating, toileting, grooming dressing, bathing and transferring ; and instruction in instrumental activities of daily living which includes, but not limited to, meal planning and preparation, managing finances, shopping for food, clothing, and other essential items, performing essential household chores, communicating by phone or other media, and traveling around and participating in the community.

For these services, please contact our Managing Partner/ Clinical Manager  Nadine George- Harrington LCSW at (856) 499-0434 ext. 102 Email: