Currently Accepting New Clients
We’re still taking clients. To keep everyone safe, we are allowing clients to choose if their sessions will be tele-counseling or in person.
How we approach the therapy process
Biblically-based Christian counseling
5 basic areas of life – thoughts, emotions, physical bodies, relationships & spirituality
Fee options for most income levels and some insurance accepted.
Types of Counseling
Individual, Marriage/Relationship, Family Counseling, and Children
Find out how our counselors view therapy
Ashley Brooks, Ph.D., LPC-S, LMFT
Vice President of Wholistic & Trauma-Informed Care
Sally Smith, PH.D., LPC
Natalie Landry, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Glenn Creech, PLPC
Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor
Janaea Carr, LMSW
Licensed Master Social Worker
DeAron Washington, PLPC
Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor
Mallory Wendling, SI
Michelle Shove, SI
Alexis Rosendo, SI
Types of Counseling
At times life can feel overwhelming, relationships may crumble, and stress can seem unmanageable. Even more frustrating is the feeling of hopelessness that may come when no one seems to understand what you are going through. At Restoration you will have someone who is working with you to help you overcome these trials and stressors that lead to feeling overwhelmed, alone, and/or stuck.
Marriage & Couples Counseling
Couples and marriage counseling follows a path beginning with assessment of the strengths and growth areas of the relationship and ending with meeting the joint goals of the couple and therapist. In the middle, the couple will work to better understand their partner, rebuild trust, and learn healthy skills to create and maintain healthy communication (connecting mentally, emotionally, spiritually, socially, and physically) and forgiveness.
Every family faces challenges and some families find themselves stuck, unable to move past these situations on their own. Our desire is to help families work through these challenges and view them as growth opportunities. More information can be found under the “Types of Counseling” menu.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is therapy?
It is always our goal to work ourselves out of a job by empowering you to do the work and learn the skills you need to graduate from counseling. We recognize that sometimes the it takes time to address the root causes of current issues, and we want you to know that we are willing to work with you as long as it takes to meet your goals and help you achieve genuine, holistic health. The specific amount of time that requires varies greatly by client, ranging anywhere from 6-8 weeks to 1-2 years. You can discuss with your counselor any thoughts or concerns you have about the length of therapy, knowing that we are always focused on helping you progress toward your goals as efficiently as possible.
How much does therapy cost?
Dr. Sally Smith, LPC charges a flat fee of $125 per 50 minute session and also takes insurance
Natalie Landry, LCSW charge a flat fee of $85 per 50 minute session and also takes insurance.
Insurance policies accepted by Natalie Landry and Dr. Sally Smith: BlueCross/BlueShield HMO and PPO; United Healthcare
Glenn Creech, PLPC, Janaea Carr, LMSW, and DeAron Washington, PLPC charge a flat fee of $65 per 50 minute session.
Mallory Wendling, SI and Michelle Shove, SI charge a flat fee of $40 per 50 minute session.
What are the credentials of our counselors?
SI stands for Student Intern. These staff members are working on their Master’s degree. They are under direct individual supervision and attend group supervision weekly. They are required to follow all guidelines instilled by the Louisiana Professional Board.
LCSW stands for Licensed Clinical Social Worker. They have completed all the requirements for licensure in the state of Louisiana under the Louisiana Professional Board.
LMSW stands for Licensed Master Social Worker. These staff members have graduated with their Master’s degree and are working toward licensure. They are under direct supervision and are required to follow all the guidelines instilled by the Louisiana Professional Board.
PLPC stands for Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor. These staff members have graduated with their Master’s degree and are working toward licensure. They are under direct supervision and are required to follow all guidelines instilled by the Louisiana Professional Board.
LPC stands for Licensed Professional Counselor. They have completed all requirements for licensure in the state of Louisiana under the Louisiana Professional Board.
How is Christian counseling different than secular counseling?
In a nutshell, Biblically based counseling uses the Bible as the standard of Truth. While secular theories seek to make an individual happy via self fulfillment, we believe true peace and joy cannot be found apart from a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Where are you located?
Physical & Mailing Address: 3300 Canal Street, Suite 120, New Orleans, 70119
While our address is based off of Canal Street, the door to our suite actually faces South Rendon Street. S. Rendon is a one-way street; therefore, you will have to enter S. Rendon from Canal Street. From Canal Street you will see a two story building with white brick and blue shutters. The building is almost directly across from a Whitney Bank and we are a block away from the Jefferson Davis Parkway and Canal Street intersection. There is a small parking lot you can access from S. Rendon Street. If, you cannot find a spot in the parking lot, then you will need to park on the side of the road. As always, please call 504-913-5039 if you have any questions.
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