180 East Union Street, Newark
Comprehensive counseling services are provided to children, adults,
couples, families and groups. Fees are determined according to a sliding
scale. For the first visit, there is a fixed fee of $20. Issues addressed
include depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, anger, stress, marital
and relationship problems, bereavement and parenting concerns. Methods
for dealing with issues include individual or group counseling,
couples or family counseling, play therapy, stress or anger management
programs or family skill-building groups.
Family Counseling Service of the F.L., Inc.
165 E. Union St., Newark
Anger management groups for adolescents are conducted on-site at participating
middle and high schools in Wayne County. Each group runs
for ten sessions, either once a week for ten weeks or twice a week for
Family Life Center
Church of Christ
219 West Ave., Newark
A class designed to help you or someone you may refer, better understand
and deal with anger. Designed for anyone dealing with and recovering
from a variety of issues ranging from mental health disorders, alcoholism,
drug abuse/addiction, and problems coping comes from. Class
topics: understanding anger, styles of expressing anger, holistic effects
of anger, stress reduction, conflict resolution and making peace with
where you've been. Classes held throughout the year and fill rapidly.
Finger Lakes Parent Network
25 Steuben St., Bath
Serving parents, grandparents and caregivers of children with emotional,
behavioral, mental and/or developmental disabilities. Providing support
groups with speakers, peer support, education, respite child care, intensive
support services, annual parents retreat, teen programming, information
and referral services. Any child or youth with an emotional,
behavioral and/or mental disorder and his/her family residing in Wayne
County is eligible for free services. No diagnosis or referral necessary.