School Counselor

The Jewish Family Services (JFS) School Counselor provides services to meet the social, emotional, developmental, and mental health needs of children and youth at Jewish day schools, religious schools, and childcare centers.

How does the School Counselor program work?

The School Counselor consults and collaborates with school and childcare staff, faculty, and administration.  In addition to providing on-site individual counseling at these sites, the counselor designs and facilitates support groups, psychoeducational offerings, and trainings for children/youth, parents, and staff. 

Locations

The School Counselor supports the following locations:

Contact

For more information contact Madeleine Reynolds at mreynolds@jfsrochester.org or call (585) 506-3060.

MENTAL HEALTH

Counseling & Wellness

Whether you are struggling with depression that impacts your family and work life, are unhappy in a relationship or reeling from a personal loss, Jewish Family Services (JFS) Counseling can help you regain a sense of well-being and stability.

Groups and Educational Offerings

We offer therapy/support groups and educational offerings (webinars and workshops) that support the mental health and wellness of community members.

Sara Line

The Sara Line is a confidential hotline intended for members of the Jewish community who have experienced some form of domestic abuse including emotional, physical, financial, sexual, or verbal attacks.

School Counselor

The Jewish Family Services (JFS) School Counselor provides services to meet the social, emotional, developmental, and mental health needs of children and youth at Jewish day schools, religious schools, and child care centers.