Books, links, + favorite things.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)
A non-profit dedicated to helping those suffering with self injury, addiction, depression and thoughts of suicide.
Learn more about EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization + Reprocessing) Therapy for trauma and anxiety.
Kids + Teens Resources
Info about Depression in Teens
Website for Teens with Depression
Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network
National organization for parents of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth.
Informative site for children of toxic & personality-disordered parents.
Autism Spectrum Resources
Join Janeen Herskovitz as she explores topics surrounding living at home with autism. Discover how to create a more peaceful home. With free, downloadable giveaways to help make your journey a little bit easier.
Info for parents about diet, biomedical treatments, + lots of other cool stuff. A trusted resource for parents.
Our favorite national ASD organization.
Educational advocacy info. IEP’s, 504 plans, accommodations, etc.
Three-part series written by Janeen Herskovitz, LMHC
North Florida Autism Resources
Meets Tuesday evenings @ our Ponte Vedra office. A therapeutic group designed just for moms raising kids with ASD and similar special needs. Created and led by Janeen Herskovitz, LMHC.
The Healthy U Now Foundation (Ponte Vedra Florida)
Non-profit organization founded by Julie A. Buckley, MD, dedicated to building a community for our spectrum adults in North Florida. Also the creators of the DRAMAWORKS program for spectrum teens.
A local non-profit organization in Northeast Florida, serving individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Foundation serves as an outreach organization providing, educational programs and camps tailored to the needs of our Autism Community.
Scholarships for Florida students with financial or special needs. Puzzle Peace Counseling is an approved provider.
Apply For Florida Medwaiver Here: (Agency For Persons With Disabilities)
This is where you can apply to the state to receive respite care, behavioral health services and consumable goods such as diapers. There is a wait list, but if you’re a Florida resident and have a child with a life-long disability, these services are worth the wait.