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Mission & Overarching Philosophy

Change, Inc. exists to provide non-judgmental, down-to-earth counseling in South City, St. Louis, and beyond.  As an extension of that, you can also read about our Overarching Philosophy & Conceptual Framework, which lists for you a bit more about what we think and believe as it regards important matters in therapy.

Holistic guiding principles and Community Engagement

At Change, Inc. St. Louis Counseling, there’s a reason why we say our experts aren’t just therapists – they’re agents of change!  Since our inception, we’ve been guided by 2 Fundamental Principles that clearly differentiate us as leaders in our field.  

TOUR OUR Offices

In Hollywood and popular media, therapists’ office spaces are typically lined with ceiling to floor windows, panoramic mountain views, and swanky leather furniture.  When you arrive at a real therapist’s office only to find florescent lighting and wood-paneled walls, the impact can be downright disappointing!  At Change, Inc., we take pride in our office space and strive to make the environment consistent with a comfortable, upscale, and pleasant atmosphere.  To that end, here are a few pictures to give you an idea of what it feels like to be in therapy with us.

The Decision to Reach out is Often the Most Difficult

Most people have been considering counseling for any number of days, weeks, or months before they finally decide to reach out.  We know you’re apprehensive, but our process is easy and straight-forward.  We’ll even refer you to someone else if we don’t think we’re a good fit.

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Couples Counseling

Morris and Jamie are the classic “on-again/off-again” couple.  Their 3-year dating relationship has been characterized by countless break-ups and make-ups, each time the couple promising the other this time they were in it for good. Now they’re going through the “let’s date other people” routine again, but neither is sure they can make it for another go-round.

Depression Counseling

Pursuing job change, Nancy recently moved.  She’d initially been excited about the possibilities for new friends and an entirely new lifestyle.  But she was beginning to think she might’ve overestimated her ability to adjust.  She couldn’t seem to connect well with new friends, and the more she tried, the worse she felt.  She’d always been a little prone to the “blues”, but being alone in a new city was taking her to new lows.

Anxiety Counseling

Steven whizzed through the academics of high school and college with ease.  But the social side was a totally different picture.  Growing up, people often labeled him as an “introvert”, but they didn’t know the half of it.  He often looked for excuses to avoid parties, get-togethers, and most any social situation because he felt so keyed-up and nervous.

Addiction Counseling

Nina had always been the life of the party. Her winsome attitude and good looks assured that most everyone liked being around her. Recently, however, social functions had become increasingly awkward and troublesome. At happy hour with work colleagues, she was slurring her words, making inappropriate comments, and stumbling over her own feet.  People were beginning to worry.

Co-Dependence & Unhealthy Love

Everyone told Angie she was controlling.  She just couldn’t see it.  As a matter of fact, she believed she was the one being mistreated and felt incredibly wounded when anyone saw things differently.  The truth was probably somewhere in between — she was dating a needy, controlling boyfriend who’d proven time and time again that he was too ill to be in a relationship with her, but what she failed to see…

Adjusting to Change

Loni was a standout student during her high school years, and relished her leadership roles in the National Honor Society and the varsity volleyball team. When she graduated with a perfect GPA as the class valedictorian, everyone was certain that she’d do swimmingly in college. She’d passed some of her first year struggles to balance work, school, and social life as “freshman jitters,” but couldn’t seem to make any significant headway in each area now in her second year either.



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ST. LOUIS COunseling Locations


Change, Inc. South Hampton & 44:

3460 Hampton Avenue, Suite 204

St. Louis, MO 63139 



Monday through Friday // 9a to 3p

Saturday // 12p to 3p

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