If you would like to learn more about our therapy services, please contact our Executive Director, Meg Garey, at 302-746-7265.
Please note that our therapy services are available in our Wilmington office to foster and adoptive families only.
We believe that therapeutic services for foster and adopted children are most successful when they are provided by adoption-competent and trauma-informed professionals. Given that this resource is limited, we have been building our own small therapy program in Wilmington in order to better meet the needs of foster and adoptive families.
Individual and Family Counseling – Wilmington
Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH is a Certified Adoption Therapist and supervising clinician. During the last 12+ years, she has worked with hundreds of families in the world of adoption and foster care in Boston, NYC and Delaware. She has been consulting with agencies and training parents and professionals along the eastern seaboard since 2005; her areas of focus have included early trauma, adoption, child development, brain-based parenting, and mind/body connection in mental health. She is the author of the children’s book, Riley the Brave, and is the creator of Brave Brains. Jess lives in Wilmington with her husband and 3 busy boys.
Amy Morgan, LPCMH is a licensed professional counselor specializing in work with children and families. Amy earned her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Wilmington University and has significant experience working with children in a variety of settings. Amy has been with A Better Chance for Our Children since November of 2012, working as an Adoption Case Manager. This experience has provided Amy with extensive knowledge of the impact of early trauma, grief and loss, and adoption-related challenges. She has received extensive training and supervision from adoption and therapy professionals. Amy’s works exclusively with foster and adoptive families, therefore her focus is on attachment and bonding, trauma, grief and loss, and brain-based parenting.