Special Note: Please click here to learn about our fundraising campaign running from February 14-March 31.
You have taken the first step in seeking out guidance and help for whatever issue is troubling you or your family. At New Directions our counselors work with you through every step of the process. From our initial 30-minute free consultation all the way through your time with us. Our counselors collaborate with you to provide you the skills, guidance and support you will need to achieve your goals.
We encourage you to make an appointment with one of our counselors for your FREE 30-minute consultation. This meeting focuses on exploring your reasons seeking therapy and the goals you want to achieve. At the end of the session, you can decide if:
2. You need a referral to a more appropriate provider
3. If consulting services would better meet your needs
We have non-traditional hours and work as late at 8pm and on Saturday. This means treatment does not interrupt your work.
You can learn more about our counselors, our operations, and our other services from the menu on the left.
If you want to make an appointment you can call 615-601-0580 or use the link on the menu.
Please be advised that the contents contained herein do not substitute for professional advice and will not apply to every situation. The information is not intended to replace or act as clinical services or diagnosis of anyone’s individual needs. If you are in need of professional support, call us to speak with one of our qualified staff. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or seek help at your local emergency room.
2nd Annual Fundraising Campaign
Click on the link below to learn more about our annual fundraising campaign.
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