A New Direction for Counseling, LLC

A New Direction for Counseling is dedicated to providing outstanding mental health services in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere with flexible scheduling.

A New Direction for Counseling is dedicated to providing outstanding mental health services to individuals aged 5 and up, couples, and families. Our staff of licensed counselors and counselors-in-training contribute to the relaxed, comfortable atmosphere of A New Direction for Counseling. We address a broad range of mental health concerns, including, but not limited to: anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction recovery/relapse prevention, grief, self-esteem, defiant and oppositional youth, ADHD, sexuality issues, parenting, and conflict resolution. While our standard hours are from 11:00am - 7:00pm, our therapists may work outside of these hours, providing flexibility in scheduling appointments for our customers. We accept a variety of insurances as well as the option to self-pay. If you are interested in learning more about our services, please call us at: (937) 426-2686
or visit our website: www.anewdirectionforcounseling.com

Operating as usual

12/31/2020

We hope that everyone has a safe New Year’s Eve and wishing you all a happier 2021.

11/18/2020
05/22/2020

Feeling low, overwhelmed, or just a bit “off”?This is a handy check-in method that might be useful:

anewdirectionforcounseling.com 05/14/2020

A New Direction for Counseling, LLC – Home

We understand that this is a stressful and scary time as we all are trying to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are continuing to offer Telehealth sessions (phone and video) for those who are uncomfortable leaving home. Please visit our newly updated webpage for a list of our services and counselors: www.anewdirectionforcounseling.com

anewdirectionforcounseling.com We provide flexible scheduling options by offering evening and weekend appointmentsin order to accommodate your busy life.

04/12/2020

Are you running out of ideas on how to occupy your time during the quarantine? We’d love to hear in the comments about what you’ve been doing to stay active and mentally well! The idea is to help others find new ways to spend this time at home and spark some creative thinking.
Here’s a graphic with some basic ideas on how to stay mentally healthy:

03/13/2020

A New Direction for Counseling, LLC

We understand that this is a stressful and scary time as schools are closing and events are being cancelled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We are still open and running as normal, as of now.

However, the safety of our clients and staff is paramount. We encourage our clients (and staff) to stay home if they are feeling ill or have had a fever in the last 48 hours. While we always support this self-care, we feel it is important to remind you that we understand and appreciate if you must cancel an appointment due to illness. There may be circumstances in which therapy can be provided by phone, please ask your counselor if this may be an option for you.

Take care of yourselves! 😊

[03/12/20]   We understand that this is a stressful and scary time as schools are closing and events are being cancelled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We are still open and running as normal, as of now.

However, the safety of our clients and staff is paramount. We encourage our clients (and staff) to stay home if they are feeling ill or have had a fever in the last 48 hours. While we always support this self-care, we feel it is important to remind you that we understand and appreciate if you must cancel an appointment due to illness. There may be circumstances in which therapy can be provided by phone, please ask your counselor if this may be an option for you.

Take care of yourselves! 😊

03/12/2020

A New Direction for Counseling, LLC

Are you the parent of a transgender or non-binary child or teen? We are offering a new educational support group for caregivers! Check out our flyer below for details:

02/25/2020

Are you the parent of a transgender or non-binary child or teen? We are offering a new educational support group for caregivers! Check out our flyer below for details:

01/21/2020

Be kind to yourself, and remember to take a break if you need to recharge. As our counselors say, “You can’t pour from an empty cup!”

01/01/2020

With the holidays coming to an end, you may feel drained mentally. Here are some suggestions to help you recharge:

11/28/2019

We hope everyone enjoys the Thanksgiving holiday!

11/20/2019

The holidays are fast approaching... Don’t forget to take care of yourself to help you through the stress, difficulties, and chaos the season brings.

08/13/2019

Beginning this Saturday, the 17th, A New Direction For Counseling is offering a free support group to open up the dialogue between parents and children regarding the Oregon District Tragedy. Please call our office at 937-426-2686 to ask questions or to schedule.
#daytonstrong

apa.org 08/04/2019

APA Resources for Coping with Mass Shootings, Understanding Gun Violence

The shootings in the Oregon District have many of us feeling scared, angry, unsafe, and sad. While our staff and interns come together to discuss how to best help our community in the wake of this tragedy, here are some resources for support. ❤️#DaytonStrong

apa.org APA offers resources to help those suffering stress and anxiety from constant news reports about the shootings in communities around the world.

[07/30/19]   Hey students! ANDFC is currently accepting applications for interns for the upcoming fall and spring semesters (counseling, social work, and psych nurse practitioners). If you are interested or have any questions, please contact:

Jeffrey Smart
Internship Coordinator
​(937) 426-2686
[email protected]

07/30/2019

ANDFC is looking to continue and expand our "Finding Calm After the Storm" support group! We'll be having 3 groups consisting of adults 18+, teenagers 13-17, and children 6-12 (minimum of 3 per group). If interested, please call our office at (937) 426-2686.

07/17/2019
06/03/2019

In response to the tornados our community experienced, we are offering a FREE SUPPORT GROUP to help individuals learn how to cope after a natural disaster. Please contact our office to learn more information.

05/30/2019

We are saddened by the detestation caused by the tornadoes in our area this week. Our thoughts are with the families that have been impacted. ❤️ Below you will find some information for help if you need it.

04/26/2019

Catch up with friends, take a walk, read a good book...because it’s #reFuelFriday

04/16/2019

Stretch your neck. Relax your shoulders. Unclench your jaw. Take 3 deep breaths. You got this. #TimeOutTuesday

04/15/2019

It’s #MindfulnessMonday, so forget the stress of taxes for a bit and do something you enjoy!

03/22/2019

Some days are tough, but it doesn’t mean you failed. Cut yourself some slack. #reFuelFriday

03/21/2019

CBT is a common, evidence-based therapy used in counseling. But what the heck is it, and how does it work? This illustration helps explain. #TherapyThursday

03/20/2019

Sometimes we need to step back and think about how we think. Sound confusing? Try the #WiseMindWednesday activity below to gain a better understanding.

03/19/2019

It’s #TimeoutTuesday! Give yourself a timeout to look at cute puppy pictures, listen to your favorite song, or even just reapply your chapstick! It totally counts as self-care, promise.

03/19/2019

Take a quick minute and do something that makes you feel good, like putting on hand lotion, looking at cute puppy pictures, or reapply your chapstick! It totally counts as self-care, promise. #TimeoutTuesday

03/15/2019

It’s #reFuelFriday! Remember to take time for you this weekend, even if it’s only for a few minutes.

02/25/2019

It’s #MindfulnessMonday! Take a moment to try out one of these 5 Senses techniques 👇🏻

02/22/2019

Did you have a busy, stressful week? Upcoming busy weekend? Don’t forget to take care of YOU, even if just for a few minutes! #reFuelFriday

02/21/2019

Are you finding yourself thirsting for something, but can’t quite put your finger on it? Maybe you have an unmet need, causing discomfort and unrest. Which one of these needs do you think is being left unsatisfied? #ThirstyThursday

02/20/2019

Sometimes we can be overly emotional when making a decision, which leaves us missing the bigger picture. Other times, we might be too rational, not allowing ourselves to consider how a big decision will impact our mental well-being. The key is to strike a balance between the two to ensure we are making the best possible choices for ourselves. #WiseMindWednesday

02/19/2019

It’s #TimeOutTuesday! Be sure to take a “time out” today to recharge yourself. Not sure how? Here’s some suggestions to choose from:

02/18/2019

Mindfulness helps to relieve stress, improve mood, and reduce physical pain. Never tried it? Check out the beginner’s guide below 👇🏻 #mindfulnessmonday

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1411 N Fairfield Rd
Beavercreek, OH
45432

Opening Hours

Monday 12:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 12:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 12:00 - 21:00
Thursday 12:00 - 21:00
Friday 12:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
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