We understand the unique emotional and behavioral challenges children face, and offer a range of inpatient and outpatient mental health services that focus on the youngest members of our community. From assessment to counseling, we give children and their families the tools they need to achieve and sustain wellness.
Institute for Training. The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) is a one-stop training hub for people who interact with, teach, care for, and treat individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Luckily, one of the two individuals specialized in something called Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), which focuses on changing a history of behaviors and patterns through cognitive training.
Continue reading to learn more about our Child & Youth Services at CSG.
Google sinhala typing in english. As a partner in your child’s care, we can create an integrated plan that supports your child’s development at home, in school and throughout the community.
Explore our range of Child & Youth Services below.
Outpatient Care Services that focuses on meeting your child’s specific needs and identifying a long-term treatment plan through Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).
Autism Support Services, focusing on early intervention and a combination of school and home-based care that can reduce symptoms and promote growth and development.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services designed to support at-risk children and encourage transition back to the community after an out-of-home placement.
Family-Based Mental Health Services for children and adolescents at risk of being hospitalized or referred to out-of-home services.
Community-Based Services, which encourage care that extends beyond the home to include school- and community-based intervention.
Specialized Transitional Support for Adolescents – A goal-oriented program for 16-24-year-olds that focuses on creating educational and social opportunities.
Targeted Case Management (TCM) services that help children with a serious, ongoing mental condition find appropriate support.
Juvenile Firesetter Assessment Consultation Treatment Services (JFACTS), a program designed to address the needs of children and adolescents who use fire inappropriately.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects an estimated one out of every 68 children. This disorder impacts a child’s social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication, and overall behavior. Our team of specialists focuses on early intervention and a combination of school and home-based care that can reduce symptoms and promote growth and development.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), which focus on community-based services for children and their families.
Intensive Case Management Programs (ICMP), which help families access community services and support networks.
Outpatient Services, including individual, family and group therapy.
Adult Services that enhance skill development, promote independence, and address other conditions.
Individuals with ASD exhibit a range of symptoms, which is why it’s important to seek diagnosis from a trained professional. According to the Centers for Disease Control, a child with ASD might:
CSOC TTA Announcement:
At this time, the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance program is proud to offer online training for the NJ CSOC workforce. While we miss the benefits that face-to-face instruction provides, we feel that it is important to continue to align with state directives related to COVID-19, as well as the mission and values of the Children's System of Care--keeping youth and families safe in their communities.
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2020 CSOC Training Course Catalog
The CSOC TTA Course Catalog is updated annually. We add several new trainings throughout the year and some trainings may not appear in the catalog until it is updated for the following year. If you have any questions about trainings please contact the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance Team at (732) 235-9287 or [email protected]
ATTENTION ALL BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANTS!!
Please note Training Certification is now underway for all Behavioral Assistants. Please create your on-line certification file at www.pfccertification.org if you have not already done so.
ATTENTION ALL BEHAVIORAL ASSISTANT SUPERUSERS!!
Please note Training Certification is now underway for all Behavioral Assistants. Please review your staff online records to ensure that they are up to date.
ATTENTION ALL IMDS USERS!!
Please note recertification is now underway for IMDS tools. Please go to your on-line certification file at www.pfccertification.org for further information.
The mission of Training and Technical Assistance Services for the Children's System of Care is to support learning the requisite knowledge and skills to provide services and support the unique needs and strengths of families and children with complex needs. The training and technical assistance effort draws on a commitment to competency based curriculum design, training based on adult principles of learning and skill development, and development of local expertise and training capacity.
Rutgers University Behavioral HealthCare (RUBHC), Behavioral Research and Training Institute, is responsible for all CSOC curriculum development, training and technical assistance activities statewide. This includes all IMDS training and certification, as well as the provision of training contact hours for social workers and counselors.
For information on the Children's System of Care Training and Technical Assistance Services or on site technical assistance on the local level to Care Management, Family Support, and Mobile Response organizations, contact the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance Team at (732) 235-9287 or [email protected]
For certification on CANS-Information Management Decision Support (IMDS) tools including the Crisis Assessment, Needs Assessment, and Strengths and Needs Assessment, go to: www.pfccertification.org
For further information regarding CANS-IMDS tools and the on-line certification system, contact the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance Team at (732) 235-9287 or [email protected]
For further information regarding Behavioral Assistant Training Certification, how to become a BA Superuser, and the BA Training Certification Online System, contact the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance Team at (732) 235-9287 or [email protected]
For questions regarding registration and training dates, or if you have training issues and or concerns, please contact the CSOC Training & Technical Assistance Team at (732) 235-9287 or [email protected]