Our counselors can walk with you through a variety of life’s challenges. Our goal in counseling is to guide you towards emotional and spiritual wholeness.
You may be unsure of the exact nature of your struggle. You may not know how to name it. Our counselors can help identify the issues you face and recommend a path of healing and recovery.
To Get Started, we will need you to fill out an intake form. Most of our availability for individuals is from 9 AM - 4 PM. We have limited openings during early mornings, evenings, and Saturdays. During COVID-19, most sessions are remote.
Redeemer Counseling Services is experiencing high demand and has limited openings for clients residing in New York State, and, on a temporary basis, for clients residing in New Jersey due to licensing requirements.
Get Started with Counseling
- Check Availability
- Start an intake form through our Client Portal TheraNest.
- In TheraNest, add your name, your email and a password to create an account.
- Complete and save the client Demographic Data.
- Click the green button: "Complete Intake Forms" (time estimate is 20 minutes).
- Sign and submit all the intake forms.
- Please note: Intake forms timeout in 1 week's time, and the account is deactivated. Users can reach out to [email protected] to have their account reactivated at any time.
- Once your intake form is signed and submitted, the Services Coordinator will contact you with next steps.
For assistance, reach out to our Intake Coordinator by email or phone:
- [email protected]
- 212-370-0475 x0
From the time the intake form is submitted, it generally takes two weeks to be matched to start scheduling with a counselor.
We provide a safe place for you to process, and we help you
navigate through life transitions and particular areas, including the
- Eating disorders
- Identity issues
- Life direction
- Grief and loss
- Substance abuse
- Sexual addiction
- Pornography struggles
- Chronic illness or pain
- Career change or job loss
- Spiritual issues
- Body image
- Separation and divorce
- Caring for ailing parents
- Sexual identity
- Trauma and abuse
- Anger management