Restoring lives with truth and grace.
Our counselors strive for the best care possible through the restorative power of Christ. We currently have openings for new and returning clients and we update our availability each Friday. Many sessions are still held remotely.
We believe that training leaders with our unique, Gospel-centered counseling framework is crucial to cultural renewal. We offer trainings and pastoral care consultation within the greater New York City area.
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Registration for our fall Renewal Groups is now open.
Renewal Groups are group therapy that combine gospel-centered, biblical truth with some of the best tools from counseling psychology. Each Renewal Group is made up of six to eight people and a professional counselor focusing on a particular area of healing and growth. Click the group to learn more and find the topic that best meets your needs.
Give to Sponsor Clients
Redeemer Counseling is committed to making Gospel-centered counseling accessible to those who cannot afford mental health care. As more people seek our help, we need your support to continue to offer our care.
"The Sliding Scale was really helpful. If not for the scale, I would not have been able to afford counseling. During our first session, my counselor has me tell my story. When I started to hear everything I lived through, I understood why I had so much anxiety and felt trapped."— Adriana, Former RCS Client
What is Gospel-centered Therapy?
Our innovative counseling approach prioritizes the Gospel and contextualizes the counseling care to meet the clients’ unique needs.
Building Habits to Care for Yourself
At Redeemer Counseling, our counselors believe that God made people in his likeness to dwell in physical bodies. The two parts of being human–the physical and the spiritual–are distinct yet interrelated. Therefore, when we think about self-care, we have to consider both what it means to be made in his image and to be given a physical body. Here are ways to build habits in five aspects of our wellbeing that you can remember with the acronym ROPES: Relational Care, Occupational Care, Physical Care, Emotional Care, Spiritual Care.
Self-care as Good Stewardship
By Sharon Richards, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
This model of self-care is based on the principle that we are made in the image of God, but we are not exactly like God. We are spiritual beings in a physical body having human experiences. We are limited beings and, as stewards, we were meant to connect to God as we discern how to balance our lives. Self-care is an act of humility, a way of expressing our need for God’s care and his wisdom to know our boundaries. We also get to care deeply for ourselves simply because we are made and loved by God—people with dignity who are worthy of affection, attention, and care. Developing practices for caring for ourselves should not be dependent on how hard we work or how good or deserving we are, but should overflow from our stewardship of what God has entrusted to us.
For information about initial appointments and other inquiries regarding our services, please contact us.
Redeemer Counseling Services
29 West 38th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10018