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Change, Inc. Presents: Personal & Professional Development

At Change, Inc. St. Louis Counseling, we are interested in the development of the whole person as both a posture by which we approach our counseling work and as a mandate for us personally  (i.e., Change, Inc. therapists are doing their work in their own lives too!).  

More globally, we’re also interested in the development of the whole person in our community and cultural life.  Too many businesses and organizations are nearly unilaterally inwardly focused — everything is about the development of internal scaffolding, structure, and resources.  When this is all there is, organizations miss a vital opportunity to promote the larger good in simply failing to make some effort to share.

At Change, Inc., every so often we host events that are open to the public, designed to enrich and edify attendees, and benefit our the entire St. Louis Metropolitan region.


    change, inc. Presents

    on being a therapist: An evening with Jeffrey KOttler


    The best-selling book, On Being a Therapist, by Dr. Jeffrey Kottler, has inspired generations of mental health professionals to explore the most private and sacred aspects of their work helping others for more than 30 years.  It has been considered quintessential reading for mental health students and professionals for a long time, and warmly but candidly details the experiences of career therapists. It conveys their motivations, pitfalls, joys, and struggles in a refreshingly honest, disarmingly human way that therapists recognize could only come from one of their own.

    On February 9, 2017, Jeffrey unpacked its contents at a sold-out event in St. Louis.

    Click here to learn more about Jeffrey Kottler



    change, inc. Presents

    climb your everest: An evening with SARA SAFARI


    In April of 2015, Sara Safari was climbing to the summit of Mount Everest, the highest point in the world, to plant a flag for Empower Nepal Girls.   As she proceeded the last few meters of the climb through the most dangerous part of the ascent — the infamous Khumbu Icefall — a devastating earthquake rocked Nepal, killing more than 10,000 people, leaving more than 100,000 children without homes, and completely destroying Everest Base Camp.  

    On March 9, 2020, in honor of International Women's Day 2020, Sara told her story in St. Louis.

    Click here to learn more about Sara at


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    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 



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