Our Locations

Serving the Entire St. Louis Area

8 Locations Serving You

Eight convenient locations offering flexible office hours with day, evening, and weekend appointments.



Counseling Treatments & Care

Our Counseling Services

Offers office and outpatient counseling, family, children, group therapy by licensed professionals



That Help the Greater Community

Serving the Community

Employee Assistance, School Partnerships, Classes & Workshops all offered at your location


Since 1955, Saint Louis Counseling, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, has been improving the lives of children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families of all backgrounds through professional outpatient counseling, psychiatric services, embedded school counseling, employee-assistance programs, parenting classes and more.

All our clinicians possess a master’s degree, with the majority having LCSW or LPC licensure by the Missouri Department of Professional Registration.
They are trained in evidence-based treatments and best practices with expertise in an array of mental- and emotional-health conditions and mental illnesses.

Each year, Saint Louis Counseling serves more than 8,000 individuals through our professional outpatient counseling offices, mental-health services and programs, including:

Request an Appointment

Call 314-544-3800 or
complete the form below,
and we will contact you to schedule an appointment.
In case of an emergency,
call the Life Crisis Hotline:
314-647-HELP (4357) or
911, or to go to the nearest
emergency room.

reCAPTCHA is required.

Saint Louis Counseling is on Twitter

What does "readiness" mean for the MO Army National Guard #ActiveReserve? It involves more than getting physically fit. Find out how #mentalhealth factors into training in #MentalHealthMatters with Major Stephan Baker & Executive Dir. Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW: https://t.co/ogtAhOSi2t

Struggling with #mentalillness is difficult for individuals and their families. Exec Dir Tom Duff, LCSW, MSW shares why early intervention is key to treating mental-health issues in this week’s @StLouisReview
@cc_stl @archstl

#Mentalhealth affects everyone, even pro athletes. Together, we can #breakdownstigma. Lives depend on it.

Excited to kickoff the Saint Louis Counseling School Partnership Program Orientation Week with a little Ethics Training #LCSW #LPC #SummerIsOver

Get some practical ways to make the back-to-school transition smoother for the whole family with this week's Tom's Tip:

Load More...
Saint Louis Counseling is on Facebook

You are not alone when it comes to mental health. Do you believe that? Watch this week’s “Tom’s Tips” episode to find out why. ...

When Active Reserve Requires Mental-health Readiness

EPISODE #30 | Major Stephan Baker, Missouri Army National Guard

Readiness for the National Guard isn’t focused only on gaining physical endurance for deployment. It’s also about being mentally fit to deal with the day-to-day stressors that figure into balancing work and home life, especially for those men and women who have enlisted in the Active Guard Reserve (AGR).

A couple years ago, Major Stephan Baker and Saint Louis Counseling forged a partnership, educating men and women in the Missouri Army National Guard about mental health and what to do when mental and emotional issues hit the front lines of daily living. What evolved from that collaboration was a new awareness and openness about mental-health conditions. In fact, due in large part to Major Baker’s efforts to strengthen the Guard’s mental-health programs, Missouri is now one of the top states to deploy AGR soldiers because of their physical and mental readiness for reporting for duty. In this week’s “Mental Health Matters,” Major Baker shares his own insights and opinions with Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW about the Guard’s mental-health programs and how they ensure a first line of defense to the ready citizen Soldiers, who defend and serve the people of Missouri and the U.S.

#MOGuard #BreakDownStigma

Missouri National Guard Recruiting
The Kaufman Fund
Catholic Charities St. Louis
NAMI St. Louis
Missouri Department of Mental Health
We Are Live
Explore St. Louis

The Healing Art of Music
How song and introspection can heal

EPISODE #29 | Katarra Parson, Local Singer/Songwriter
August 9, 2019

She was 7 when her inner self started to let itself be heard. When your mom is the church choir director, chances are pretty good that you will understand music, and any expression of art, as the voice of the soul. And when your soul deeply feels the pangs of past experience and an inner voice tries to convince you that you are smaller than others, music takes on a life of its own. A life destined for healing.

Having released her first song, “Phoenix Rising,” songwriter and singer, Katarra Parson, has “stepped into her power” and spread her wings as a black female artist who often feels invisible in a male-dominated industry. In this week’s “Mental Health Matters,” Katarra and Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW discuss how having anxiety and being an introvert (which is NOT a sign of weakness as is often assumed) give her a rich perspective on the human condition and how soul-searching clears the way for that voice to the soul to be heard and heal.

#BreakDownStigma #PhoenixRising #SingerSongWriter #Anxiety


Load more