New Hope Wentzville
NEW HOPE COUNSELING
New Hope Counseling Services seeks to help the brokenhearted and those who are crushed in spirit. Professionally trained therapists provide a full range of Biblically based counseling including marriage and family counseling, premarital counseling, therapy groups, as well as counseling for youth and individuals. New Hope Counseling uses office space within New Creation Presbyterian Church in Wentzville. Contact Luke Calvin for an appointment or more information. Phone: 636-779-0329. Email: email@example.com. Address: 1459 Wentzville Parkway, Wentzville, MO (lower level, behind Genesis Salon and Spa).
We offer the following seminars in Wentzville:
Sunday, March 22 – 4:30-6 p.m.
“Parenting Through Seasons of Stress, Anxiety and Depression”
All of us go through seasons of stress and anxiety; our kids included. But these seasons can make the experience of parenting difficult. Director of New Hope Counseling Services and Licensed Professional Counselor, Michael Coggin, will help us understand some of the roots of these struggles, and discover the resources for caring for our children, and ourselves, through seasons of stress, anxiety and depression.
Sunday, April 12 – 4:30-6 p.m.
“Taking Back Our Lives: From Razor Thin Margins”
“School…practice…piano lesson…homework…PTA meeting…finish work around house…sleep…wake up and repeat.” Our lives can get so busy that we get the sense that if one thing goes awry, the whole system can come crashing down. Dr. Dan Zink, Licensed Professional Counselor and Professor at Covenant Theological Seminary, will help us as parents find ways to widen the margins of our lives to include rest, recreation, and renewal for our children and ourselves.
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Sunday, May 24 – 4:30-6 p.m.
“Taking Back Our Lives: Maintaining our Humanity in Our High Speed World”
Modern technological advances have enabled us to get more done in a 24 hour span than any generation that has come before us. But has it also invited us to function more like machines than people? Dr. Dan Zink will join us again to talk about how learning to accept not only our gifts, but also our limits, can help us and our kids be fully human in a world that invites us to be more than human.
Luke holds a Masters of Divinity and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is a licensed professional counselor with the state of Missouri. In his six years as a counselor, it has been Luke’s privilege to care for men and teens wrestling with sexual addiction, same sex attraction, depression and anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse, the fallout of sexual abuse, the grief involved with divorce, and the struggles associated with life’s transitions. He has also walked alongside couples and families who seek to love each other fully and heal the wounds that cause pain in their relationships.
Patti Hawley, MAC, LPC
Patti holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She also serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at Covenant Seminary where she teaches, trains, and supervises counseling students pursuing their Masters degrees. Patti is a single mother with two grown daughters. One of her many gifts is walking alongside hurting, single women and those who are in the midst of divorce and its realities. She counts it a privilege to journey with people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and grief and who may have suffered the tragedy and trauma of physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse. Her clients include individuals, couples, and families who long for healing and hope as they face the hurt and brokenness in their lives.
PatH@chespres.org | 636-779-0325
Rachel McGrail, MAC, LPC
Rachel received her Master’s from Covenant Theological Seminary after completing her internship here at New Hope. Rachel has previous experience working with at-risk youth and their families in Nashville, TN. As a result of that experience, she has grown a heart for working with children and adolescence. She also has experience working with adults and youth struggling with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, same sex attraction, addiction, abuse, self-destructive behaviors, and eating disorders. It is Rachel’s longing to walk with people down the difficult path that leads to healing.
RachelG@chespres.org | 636-779-0337
Jen Calvin, MAC, LPC
Jen received her Masters of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Missouri. Her 12 years of mental health experience include providing counseling for at-risk youth at a residential home as well as
coordinating services for children and adolescents with various mental health diagnoses. Prior to working at New Hope, Jen was providing individual counseling services within a school setting, helping children and families cope with anxiety, depression, ADHD, divorce, grief, and social challenges. Jen primarily uses a play therapy approach, which allows children to identify and process emotions in a safe and developmentally appropriate way. She is also certified in AutPlay Therapy, which is a specific approach designed to help children on the autism spectrum.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 636-779-0320