Military Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program

Military Life Counseling Program

Counselor: Hallie Roth

hallie.m.roth@leidos.com

(619) 310-2724

 

WHO ARE CYB-MFLCs AND WHAT DO THEY DO?

CYB-MFLCs are:

  • Masters or Doctorate-level licensed counselors specializing in child and youth behavioral issues

  • Available at no cost to assist children and youth, parents, family members and staff of child and youth programs

  • Available to provide short-term, non-medical counseling support

  • Services are private and confidential with the exception of child abuse/neglect, domestic abuse and other duty-to-warn situations.

HOW DO CYB-MFLCs MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

CYB-MFLCs provide a wide range of support to military children and youth, family members and staff who work with children by:

  • Engaging in activities with children and youth

  • Providing behavioral interventions in classrooms to assist staff in setting and managing boundaries

  • Modeling behavioral techniques and providing feedback to staff

  • Being available to parents and staff to discuss interactions with children and other concerns

  • Facilitating psycho-educational groups

ISSUES ADDRESSED BY CYB-MFLCs

CYB-MFLCS provide support on topics including, but not limited to: 

  • Identifying feelings

  • School adjustment

  • Bullying

  • Conflict resolution

  • Self- Esteem

  • Managing anger and aggression 

  • Deployment and separation

  • Reunion adjustment

  • Transition and moving

  • Sibling and parent-child communication

  • Behavioral concerns

  • Fear, grief and loss

(see CYB MFLC Brochure)

Parents must acknowledge, in writing, the availability of CYB MFLC support and whether their child may receive assistance from a CYB-MFLC (see Parent Consent Letter). All work is conducted within line-of-sight supervision by staff or a parent.  

The Military and Family Life Counseling Program is here for you during the coronavirus disease pandemic. We now offer telephone and video non-medical telehealth services. Working with minors ages 6 to 12 requires parent attendance at each session. While children 0-5 are not eligible for telehealth services, the MFLC can offer guidance to the parent (see telehealth flier).

MFLC-CYB-Brochure.pdf

permission slip on chesterton letterhead.pdf

OSD Approved MFLC Video and Telehealth Flyer.pdf

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