The New Source Counseling Centers has provided services to clients since 1975. We provide care and direction to people who have concerns in areas such as: • Adult Children of Alcoholics, Co-dependency, Alcohol/Chemical Dependency, Other Addictions • Anxiety, Stress Management, Excessive Fear, Obsessions & Compulsions • Chronic Illness, Terminal Illness • Depression • Eating Disorders • Grief, Life Transitions • Low Self-Esteem • Marital, Pre-marital, Divorce Recovery, and Relationship Issues • Parenting, Child & Adolescent Issues • Sexual Abuse • Spiritual Concerns Please feel free to contact us with andy questions you have. We look forward to being of assistance to you.
New Source Counseling Centers …an organization of Christian professional counselors providing healing and hope for individuals, couples, families, and the community by addressing psychological, social, and spiritual needs through quality counseling and education. New Source Counseling Centers …is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 Ohio corporation, and is qualified to receive tax deductible contributions under IRS statutes. Our Commitment To You …New Source Counseling Centers values your confidence in our counselors and commits to providing quality counseling at competitive rates. New Source services are covered by most major insurance plans. Our Network of Centers …New Source services the following communities: Bedford, Chagrin Falls, Chillicothe, Circleville, Cuyahoga ...
For New Client Appointments Call: 1-800-323-7174 or Direct office line: 740-477-8877 Adminstration Office hours: Tuesday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Our counselors are available to listen to your needs, answer your questions, and set up your first appointment. We offer day, evening and Saturday appointments. Postal Address: P.O. Box 1058, Cirlceville, OH 43113 Annie - email@example.com; voice mail # 6. Office Location: Chillicothe Carrie - firstname.lastname@example.org; voice mail # 5. Office locations: Newark & Reynoldsburg Diana - email@example.com; voice mail # 3 . Office locations: Bedford & Westlake Martha - firstname.lastname@example.org; voice mail # 12. Office locations: Bedford, Chargrin Falls, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, & Lyndhurst Tony - email@example.com; voice mail # 2. Office locations: Circleville, Gahanna, Gallipolis, & Washington Court House
Each master's level therapist has been carefully screened and selected, and their counseling methods and techniques are evaluated regularly to ensure the highest professional care. Community service, continuing education, and involvement in local faith-based organizations are highly valued. You can click on the individual counselor's name that you wish to view on the left. Healing the Hurting... More than ever before, people are finding that parts of their lives are broken and hurting... This pain has a thousand private faces... It is the pain of just being human. There Should Be A Place To Go... A phone number to call, a caring, capable, compassionate professional to ...
More than ever before, people are
finding that parts of their lives are
broken and hurting. This pain has a thousand private faces...
It is the pain of just being human.
There Should Be A Place To Go, a phone number to call, and a caring, capable, compassionate professional to talk with. Where confidentiality is respected and where Christianity is part of the healing process.
There Is Such A Place... New Source Counseling Centers
"For years I was troubled with depression. The encouragement and acceptance I received from the counselor helped me to overcome and find joy in living."
"I had never trusted anyone with my innermost thoughts, but the New Source counselor taught me how to trust and share my real self. Knowing that the counselor shared my same Christian values gave me a sense of peace."
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