Our COVID-19 Response 


Restoration Counseling cares about your safety and access to care during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

To keep both staff and clients safe during in-person sessions, we follow all local and state mandates regarding social distancing and mask wearing, and we abide by current CDC guidelines regarding quarantine and isolation periods after exposure to or a positive test for Covid-19. Our office spaces are regularly cleaned and disinfected, and we provide easy access to hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes throughout our physical office space. For those who may not feel comfortable with in-person care at this time, all of our counselors offer telehealth sessions as an option for clients who prefer that format.

We are committed to your healing process

And we want to make your time with us fruitful and rewarding. We also know finding the right counselor can seem like a daunting task, so we want to make getting started as easy as possible.

Contact Us

Get us at 504-913-5039, contactus@restorationnola.com, or with the form below

Pick a counselor

We’ll help you find someone who fits you best

Begin counseling

We’ll walk with you through the healing process

Meet Our Office Staff

They will guide you through the process.
Eugenine Helmka

Eugenine Helmka

Office Coordinator

Welcome to Restoration Counseling, we are excited for you as you start, or continue, to take steps to be a healthier YOU! Life is hard. Situations can be overwhelming, but there are actions we can take in order to make them feel a little more manageable.

Starting counseling for the first time may feel daunting and we are honored to be able to answer all the questions you might have, starting a new process is more manageable when we are able to gather the answers to our questions. Together, we believe we can set up you, your child, or your family with the counselor who has the experience to meet the needs you might have. We look forward to helping you find the counselor that is right for you!

If you are in crisis right now, we encourage you to call 911 or go to your local emergency room.