Finding an Indiana therapist can be a very daunting process. For many people, this is scary. In fact, it may be something that they have put off for a long time because of this fear. It is scary to go to a stranger to talk about things you may not have talked with anyone about […]
4 Advantages to Online Counseling
Online counseling has become more and more accepted by clients and therapists. As with everything in these times, COVID forced many people home. With that, a virtual option for everything. This includes meetings, conferences, appointments. Counseling can be very effective online. People have found they can still create connections and a therapeutic relationship with their […]
Can EMDR Help Me?
You may or may not have heard of EMDR or Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. Or you’ve heard of it but ask yourself “what does that even mean?” Many hear about EMDR in regard to trauma or PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). It was featured on Grey’s Anatomy to help one of the doctors process painful memories […]
Counseling in The Year 2020
As 2020 comes to an end, I find myself reflecting on this year. Part of me feels like this year has lasted forever, but the other part of me feels like how can it be December already. We at Renewed Hope Counseling Services have been telehealth since March…nine months. Our therapists have all had to adjust […]
What We Love About Counseling!
The therapy team at Renewed Hope Counseling Services hires qualified counselors that can meet specialized needs. It is important to find a therapist that is a good fit for you and can help you overcome what you are going through. Our mission is to help people find their voice. Whether it’s finding that voice for […]
How to Know It’s Time for Counseling in Greenwood, IN
Whether it is your first time for counseling or you have sought out counseling many times in your life, it can feel like a big deal to start counseling. Many people are nervous about talking to a stranger. Especially, if they’re expected to tell them things they may not have even acknowledged themselves or talked […]