The CARE Center: Counseling Services
offered through the Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center
Counseling services focus on enhancing clients' strengths and resources. Our mission is to work collaboratively with clients to assist them in discovering creative solutions to their unique problems.
The Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center in the CARE Center provides counseling services to all residents of the South Florida area from preschool through late adulthood.
- Individual, family, marital, couples, and group counseling; and
- Therapeutic Supervised Visitations
Clients are seen by treatment teams, which consist of students and faculty members of the Barry University Counseling Program, including Licensed Family and Mental Health Counselors. All students are completing either a Master's or PhD degree in Counseling.
The CARE Center is a fee-for-service facility that provides services at affordable rates.
By appointment only
Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 9:00pm.
For more information or an appointment, please call 305-899-3726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center is part of the CARE Center at Barry University’s Adrian Dominican School of Education.
The CARE Center is directed by Silvia Reyes, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC, MFT
The CARE Center does not provide emergency services, detoxification counseling, custody evaluations/decisions, visitation decisions or other forensic work/findings, or care for those with acute mental illnesses. Those requiring these critical care services are referred to the appropriate facilities in the area.
The CARE Center does not provide counseling services to Barry Students or Barry University Faculty/Staff. Barry students receive counseling services through the Student Counseling and Psychological Services office on Campus. Counseling for Barry Faculty and Staff is provided through their Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or their health insurance.
In the event that emergency care is needed (sexual assault, domestic/intimate partner violence, abuse or neglect), please contact 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
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