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Six convenient locations offering flexible office hours with day, evening, and weekend appointments.
Where coaching and counseling intersect for college and life success!
PodcastMental Health Matters
We are breaking down the stigma around Mental Health, making it OK to talk about at the dinner table or anywhere.
Are you looking for a professional therapist or psychiatry specialist, who respects the dignity of their clients, understands their journeys, and supports healing and improved mental health through evidence-based treatments that are tailored specifically to your needs? At Saint Louis Counseling, that’s what we do — we walk the journey with you, and we respond with hope.
To provide an enhanced approach to your psychiatry care, Saint Louis Counseling also partners with mental-health provider, ARCA, for psychiatry services.
Our mental-health services include:
Counseling | Psychiatry | School Partnership Program (SPP)
College Coaching | Employee Assistance Program (EAP) | Parenting Classes
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“Protecting Youth Mental Health”
In December 2021, the U.S. Surgeon General’s Advisory, Protecting Youth Mental Health, was issued to highlight the urgent need to address the mental-health crisis among youth in the United States. As one of the largest providers of mental-health services to children and teens in 130 schools throughout 10 counties and the City of St. Louis, Saint Louis Counseling knows, first-hand, the sense of urgency of the Surgeon General’s Advisory and continues to respond with hope. Through our School Partnership Program (SPP), our therapists provide evidence-based therapy, age-appropriate social-emotional programs, and presentations to school communities that address the mental-health needs and concerns of youth from kindergarten through 12th grade. Our SPP program is based on the philosophy that the school, family, and community are partners in educating our children, strengthening families and building stronger, safer communities.
Learn more about the Surgeon General’s Advisory by accessing Protecting Youth Mental Health here.