Children, Individual, Marriage & Family Counseling
It takes courage to come here, to explore what help looks like, and question if there is hope. You don't have to live in shame or in secrecy anymore. It wasn't meant to be this way. You can experience peace. You can live a life free from the control of food, feelings of unworthiness, wanting the approval of others, or whatever your struggle looks like. You were made to enjoy life, to live freely, and to experience beauty and adventure.
A life of peace, hope, and restoration is possible for you and your family! You were made to enjoy life, to live freely, and to experience the good that life and relationships have to offer. Each therapist will create individual treatment plans that meet your needs.
Call us today and begin the journey towards personal and relational healing. Reduced fee options available (more info at bottom of this page).
Anxiety disorders happen when excessive anxiety interferes with everyday activities such as going to work or school or spending time with friends or family. Anxiety disorders are serious mental illnesses affecting more than 40 million Americans (18% of the adult population).
An anxiety disorder differs from normal anxiety in the following ways:
- It is more intense.
- It is long lasting.
- It interferes with work, activities, or relationships.
- Cardiovascular: pounding heart, chest pain, rapid heartbeat, flushing
- Respiratory: hyperventilation, shortness of breath
- Neurological: dizziness, headache, sweating, tingling, numbness
- Gastrointestinal: choking, dry mouth, stomach pains, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
- Musculoskeletal: muscle aches and pains (especially neck, shoulders, and back), restlessness, tremors and shaking, inability to relax.
Unrealistic and/or excessive fear and worry (about past and future events), mind racing or going blank, decreased concentration and memory, indecisiveness, irritability, impatience, anger, confusion, restlessness or feeling "on edge" or nervous, tiredness, sleep disturbance, vivid dream.
Avoidance of situations, obsessive or compulsive behavior, distress in social situations, phobic behavior.
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Reduced Fee Options
Renew understands that circumstances can prevent individuals from pursuing counseling services. Whether it's financial reasons, a lack of insurance, or any other reason, Renew encourages those who feel they would benefit from professional counseling to call and ask about our reduced fee options.
With our reduced fee counseling program, our Master Level Student Interns, Kelsey Ney and Joe Segraves. Their services are approximately half the cost of a normal counseling session or on a sliding scale fee schedule.
Kelsey and Joe are weekly supervised by our founder, Kori Hintz-Bohn, MA, LCPC the founder and Executive Director of Renew. Consultation is done to ensure you are receiving the utmost care and help.
You may fill out the online form requesting a student intern. Visit our "Meet Us" section for their contact information.
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