Children and Youth Services

Children and Youth Services

No Child Should Have to Suffer Alone

Children with Social & Emotional Difficulties (CSED)

Under contract with the County of San Diego, this comprehensive behavioral health and family support service is offered to children, ages 0 to 5, and their families. The program offers counseling to address challenging behaviors and improve school readiness, coaching and support to improve parent-child relationships, and a full continuum of services to ensure family stability.

Clients must be Medi-Cal beneficiaries or uninsured.

For more information contact Felicia Conover, LMFT
fconover@pfcs.agency

School Based Counseling Services

In partnership with local school districts, this program serves students who are struggling socially, emotionally, and/or behaviorally.

Services tend to be short-term (8 – 10 sessions) and are offered individually or in small groups. Coordination and consultation with parents, teachers, and school staff occur as needed to best support students.

In the Fallbrook area, school-based counseling services are offered as a part of the Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds program funded by the Fallbrook Regional Health District.

For more information contact:

Patti Christensen, LCSW
pchristensen@pfcs.agency

or

Elizabeth Nua, LMFT
enua@pfcs.agency

Full Service Partnership

Under contract with the County of San Diego, this service is offered to children, teens, & young adults whose behavioral health challenges are significantly impacting their daily functioning. These services are more intensive and require a higher level of family engagement.

Clients must be Medi-Cal beneficiaries or uninsured.

For more information contact:

Sharon Kruvi, LMFT
(North Inland – North Coastal Region)
skruvi@pfcs.agency

Jodi Erickson, LMFT
(Fallbrook Region)
jerickson@pfcs.agency

Educationally Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS)

PFCS is certified by the California Department of Education as a Nonpublic Agency in the North Inland area to provide Educationally Related Mental Health Services to students receiving special education services. When added to a student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP), the student may receive counseling to help academic performance by improving emotional well-being, school engagement, and attendance.

Designated Instructional Services (DIS)

DIS are counseling services that an IEP Team determines are necessary for a student to benefit from his/her special education program. An assessment is done to identify need and to guide the type, duration, and frequency of service.

Other Counseling Services for Children & Youth

We also offer fee for service counseling for children, youth and families. Visit our counseling page for more information.