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Our Services for Youth, Adults, & Families


 We are now accepting Medicaid, Delaware Frist Health, AmeriHealth, Highmark, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, & others. If you don't see your insurance listed, contact us, we may be able to assist you. For those who qualify, we provide other payment options using our sliding scale. Please contact us for information. 


Therapeutic counseling services are available for individuals, families, and couples. We take pleasure in working with children and adolescents from 5 to 17 years of age and adults 18 and over. TC's qualified therapists assist with issues such as severe depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, parent/child conflict, oppositional defiant disorder, and more. We also place great focus on the Christian, African American, and Non-binary/Gender Fluid communities.


Sessions can take place in our Claymont office or online. Intake sessions are generally up to 90 minutes and sessions thereafter are approximately 45-60 minutes. Please note the insurances that we take listed above and our out-of-pocket fees listed below. Please feel free to contact us with questions or to set up an appointment. You may also take a few minutes to get to know our team.

We Specialize In:

  • Children

  • Adolescent

  • Adults

  • Family Conflict

  • Couples ~ Intimacy Issues

  • African American Youth & Families

  • Christian Youth & Families

  • LGBTQ/Non-Binary

  • Trauma

  • Grief

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Behavioral Issues

  • Divorce/Separation

  • Women's Issues

  • And more....

We Offer:

  • Assistance with out of pocket fees associated with eligible youth up to age 23 (for those eligible)

  • Sliding scale fees for out of pocket reimbursement (for those eligible)

  • Emotional and psychological support through relationship building

  • Positive peer intervention and group support; coping and management skills as they relate to stress and anxiety; child/parent relationship building; and more

  • Resources (i.e. employment, academic, childcare, social services, etc.) to clients when available

  • Assessment to determine specific needs and/or eligibility; case management for the duration of the relationship

  • Therapy for individuals, youth, and families; may include private or group sessions

  • Online video sessions for individuals, family, & group support

  • Re-education and outreach services to the community, including not limited to assisting with parenting skills, basic life skills, motivation, stress/depression, anxiety, relationship issues, anger management, and resources

Our Objectives Are:

  • Provide appropriate counseling services to individuals, youth, and families

  • Provide access to needed resources that will assist individuals and families with appropriate health services

  • To re-educate individuals and families - develop a success plan which will address strengths, challenges, and goals while addressing the many challenges

  • Provide resources that will aid individuals and families in becoming economically self-resilient

  • Provide life skills training which will enhance an individual’s or family’s ability to function at its best

  • Provide resources to housing-related services

  • Provide parent education which will improve the safety and well-being of their children

  • Provide and encourage parent-child relationships and activities

  • Advocate for family and/or child

  • Collaborate with other organizations/services that share in a mission such as ours; to provide information and referral services that will help ensure individuals and families are receiving any needed services that are not or cannot be offered by Tomaro’s C.H.A.N.G.E.

Our Fees (subject to change):

  • Counseling Intake: $155

  • Counseling Session: $130/Session

  • Adult Support Groups: $55/Session

  • ​Youth Support Groups: $45/Session    

  • Divorce/Separation Parenting Class: $70

  • ​Online Intake: $135/Session 

  • Online Counseling: $110/Session 

  •  Online Adult Support Groups: $45/Session ​

  • Online Youth Support Groups: $35/Session  

  • ​HCIT Fitness Group: $20/Class

A List of Some of Our Groups/Classes


Youth Support Groups

We offer support groups for youth between ages 10 and 17. Our groups were developed for males and females who have been exposed to trauma. Adapted from the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) Program, our program teaches age-appropriate social problem solving, coping skills, feeling identification, psychoeducation, relaxation, and positive activities while adding additional components that are geared toward building self-esteem, self-awareness, self-acceptance, and reducing stress and anxiety.  

We also include support groups specific to the Christian and African American community.

​The support groups include 12 group sessions for approximately 90 minutes; and 2-3 individual youth & parent sessions.​ Groups for females & males will be held separately.

​Please contact us for additional information.

Training for Youth 8-13

5 Week YES To Mindfulness Class

All classes are run by therapists and/or interns supervised by our clinical therapist. Our classes teach young people how to care for their minds, bodies, & souls through mindfulness/meditation training, gentle physical fitness training, & art.

Each class focuses on improving


Improving Focus

Character Building




Building Relationships

Physical Health

Art & Creativity

Classes are held one evening per week from 6:30 pm until 7:30 pm, contact us to learn more about the days & times of our classes. Remember, space for each class is limited!

Sponsored by Family Shade by Parent Information Center of Delaware


Support Groups for LGBTIQA+ 

We offer therapeutic support for individuals who identify as LGBTIQA+, and their families.


Exploration of gender identity is a natural part of development for adolescents and teens but for some individuals can be a confusing process that requires support and acceptance.  There are unique challenges that LGBTIQA+  youth face such as issues with self-esteem and a struggle to find peer acceptance. Social media may place increased pressure on adolescents and teens to conform to expected gender norms, and they may experience bullying and social isolation.

There has been an increase in the need for mental health services for non-binary youth to help them deal with confusion, depression, and social stigmatization. We provide a safe space for self-expression and acceptance for any young people who may be experiencing difficulties related to gender identity. We welcome parents and caregivers who seek guidance and understanding so that they can be supportive of their family members during this challenging period.

Please contact us for additional information. 


Adult Support Groups

We offer group support for women & men (18 & over) who may be struggling to work through trauma. The ideal individual will be one who is having a difficult time moving forward in his/her life after experiencing, for example, a divorce, physical/sexual/emotional abuse or neglect, or the loss of a loved one.

Our goal is to ultimately assist individuals who are seeking a bit of inspiration, encouragement, & the tools to overcome the obstacles that may be in the way of reaching his/her goals due to trauma and other past experiences.

We also include support groups specific to the Christain community, African American community, and the LGBT/Non-binary community.

The support group meets one evening per week for approximately 90 minutes with the option of having individual sessions outside of the group. 

Please contact us for additional information.

Our Services: Programs

You don't have to work through your issues alone. We are here to help.

Contact us to learn more about how we can assist you or someone you love.

"Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable." ~ African Proverb

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