HOLISTIC GUIDING PRINCIPLeS
What Guides Change, Inc.?
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.
- True healing impacts your entire being – biological, psychological, social, spiritual. Our work with you will center in our area of expertise (psychological), but if other areas are important to you, our time together may also include suggestions regarding (or elements of) wellness, exercise, yoga, meditation, mindfulness, or spirituality. If we come to agreement that more help is needed, we’ll even do our best connect you with an expert in those fields.
- True healing impacts the world around you. Our work with you centers on helping you get your life back. When you do, we suspect those around you will experience some form of healing as well, inspired by you. And hey — we’re inspired by you too! To show you how much that’s true, we donate a percentage of your counseling fees to local and national organizations with a valuable mission, rather than spend that money or traditional marketing or advertising.
501(c)(3) Organizations We Partner With:
Urban Harvest STL grows food for people who are the most in need in St. Louis City communities. Their innovative FOOD ACCESS CLUSTER collaboration creates a closed-loop local food system that diverts from traditional means of production and distribution. Through it, the majority of food grown on their urban farms goes to people without access to quality food living in nearby food deserts in St Louis. To learn more about this cluster approach to creating an inclusive and resilient food system click here.
The Magic House is a St. Louis children’s museum with the mission of engaging children in hands-on learning experiences that encourage experimentation, creativity and the development of problem-solving skills within a place of beauty, wonder, joy and magic. With support, The Magic House provides field trips, outreach programs and other hands-on learning experiences, including some opportunities for special populations including military families, seriously ill youth, special needs youth and foster children.
Empower Nepali Girls exists to empower and support neglected, marginalized, and at-risk girls and young women in Nepal who are vulnerable to childhood marriage, sex slavery, or childhood abandonment. Education is the most effective combatant, and costs just $170/year through grade 9, $800/year for grades 10-12, and approximately $3,000/year for university. ENG provides financial support to cover those costs and subsistence and basic living needs, as well as mentoring and career guidance.
Songs for Soldiers supports STL-metro area veterans who are wounded, disabled, suffering from PTSD, and/or otherwise struggling with the support and resources needed to recover from the literal and figurative scars of combat in practical and important ways. This is primarily achieved through sponsorship and fundraising for their annual benefit concert which features big-name acts and local vendors. Support includes help w/monthly expenses, home improvements, provisions for family, health-related needs, and more.
ST. LOUIS COunseling Locations
Change, Inc. South Kingshighway:
5859 S. Kingshighway Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63109
Change, Inc. South Hampton & 44:
3460 Hampton Avenue, Suite 204
St. Louis, MO 63139
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays:
PHONE & EMAIL 9a to 5p
Mondays & Fridays:
EMAIL ONLY 9a to 5p
314-669-6242 / 877-5-CHANGE (524-2643)
EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK:
10am to 9pm