At the New Life CityCare Counseling Center we provide professional counseling and mental health therapy to individuals, couples, and families.
Our counselors are highly trained and experienced therapists who provide effective tools and techniques for people experiencing difficulties such as:
- Social and relational dysfunction
- Crisis and trauma
- Grief and loss
- Difficult changes
- Marital distress
- Depression and sadness
- Anxiety and fear
- Mood management
- Impulse control
- Addictive behaviors (sex, substance, and eating)
Hope & Healing
Nate Krizek, PLMHP
My counseling approach is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). I love helping people achieve their goals and get 1% better daily. I have experience working with college students, young adults, women, men, and marriage counseling.
Amanda King, PLMHP
My heart is for healing and wholeness for all who are hurting, struggling or feeling stuck in life. We are not meant to do life alone. Because this world is so loud, we sometimes need a time out for ourselves to step back, do the hard work necessary for freedom and reset so that we can live the full life God has planned for each one of us.
Professional counseling fees are determined by one or more factors, but New Life Church and our CityCare Counseling Center desire to make these services more accessible to those in need.
Insurance: For those of you with commercial or private insurance, many of our providers are able to accept your benefit, including some Health Savings Accounts (HSA). Depending on the terms of your benefit, the co-pay may be your only out-of-pocket expense. Our staff and providers will assist you with facilitating your payment process, and we’ll work with you to find the best options.
Cash: All of our providers will accept self-pay clients, and these rates vary based on each therapists practice, specialties, and experience. Sometimes therapists will offer reduced fees or extended payment options.
If you are feeling unsafe with yourself or know of someone who is feeling unsafe, please call or text this confidential suicide prevention hotline: 988. You can also visit the 988 Lifeline site for more resources. You are not alone, you are valued and you are loved.
If this is a medical emergency or if you are in danger, please call 911.