At Clinical Compass we are your partners in parenting. We are here to facilitate support for parents and caregivers with children, adolescents, and young adults who are at risk of or experiencing behavioral, social and emotional challenges. We work in partnership with families, schools, and clinicians to create a comprehensive treatment plan to meet the unique and specific needs of each client. In many cases, we coordinate care with referrals to appropriate outside services such as community mental health services, treatment programs, and outpatient clinicians. We will see you through the process of identifying your child or young adult’s specific psychological need; and we will aide you as you navigate the mental health care system to ensure they receive the most effective treatment possible.

Meet The Team

We started Clinical Compass because we have experienced first-hand how stressful it can be for families to navigate the mental and behavioral health care systems. As clinicians in both school-based programs as well as treatment facilities, we have seen many children and families not get the appropriate treatment needed due to lack of access or misinformation. Our priority is quality and effective care for you and your family.

Chaundra Jones

Chaundra has worked in the mental health field for 14 years. Starting her training in an intensive group home facility for children … Learn More →

Katie Pfeffer

Katie has worked for 9 years within the mental health treatment system at all levels of care. Her experiences have given her … Learn More →

Our Services


We assess every client for his or her own mental health and behavioral needs. In some cases additional Neuropsych testing is required to help determine the correct diagnosis and treatment protocols. Our team will help connect you to the appropriate testing services so you can have a clearer understanding how best to help your child … Learn More →

Navigating Parenting

We understand children need structure, consistency, and positive attention. Clinical Compass specializes in providing families with strategies that help reduce the challenges of parenting, while creating secure attachments … Learn More →

We are your partners in parenting, which means we will guide you through every process of this journey. Once we have developed a treatment action plan we will follow up with you during weekly sessions to check in on your progress, offer you tips, and continue coaching you through behavior modification support so that you get the best outcomes. Learn More →

Navigating The Clinical World

Often the most effective approach to managing mental health and behavioral symptoms is a collective and holistic approach. Regardless of what stage you are at in the diagnostic process, we will be there to guide you through understanding symptoms and behaviors, and most importantly, which interventions are most effective … Learn More →

Navigating the School System

With years of experience working alongside and within education communities, we will guide you through the process of working with schools to help secure the  best education interventions and services including Individual Education Program (IEP) and 504 Plans. Learn More →

Navigating Support Programs

The Clinical Compass team will connect you with the right service to meet your family needs. Learn More →

Navigating Financial Aid

Finances can be one of the most stressful aspects of managing mental health and behavioral issues. Our staff has extensive experience working to ensure clients receive coverage for the services they medically need. Learn More →

Who We Help

Each child and family is unique. It is our goal to work with you to create a custom action plan that will address the behavioral or mental healthcare needs for your family. We will partner with you in finding the best approach (solution) to managing your child’s behavioral or mental health care needs.

  • Behavior Challenges
  • Adolescent and Young Adult Clinical Challenges
  • Families in Crisis looking for appropriate treatment options
  • Families in need of a clinical advocate