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Our diverse group options
Project Fearless Teen Group
Starts back next week! Space is Limited. Please share and sign up soon!
T,W,TH 6p-7p July 13,14,15 & July 20,21,22
This teen group is once again sponsored by Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation! So all sessions are FREE! Over 6 sessions teens will attend sessions such as Coping during COVID, Body Image, Future Goals, Relationships etc. Sign Up Link
Ladies On A Mission Young Women's Group
Starting in July Dates TBD Sign Up Link
These specialized sessions are for recent high school grads who are transitioning into the next stage of life and will provide a safe environment for college students to receive support for personal challenges, learn new skills to identify feelings, manage their emotions, cope with anxiety and stress, improve relationships and connect with others with similar challenges.
Saturdays 12p-1p Oct 2, 9, 6, 23, 30 & Nov 6
Support group to promote improved self-confidence and overall wellness in women
Provides a safe space for military sexual assault survivors to garner support with others who have similar experiences and learn ways to regain their power base.
M.V.P- The Mindful Valuable Parent
Mondays 6p -7p
July 12,19,26 & Aug 2,9 (Parenting), Aug 30, & Sept 13, 20, 27 (Co-parenting)
Provides parents with the ability to speak to someone during child’s session to help build parenting skills, understand child development, and provide emotional support that will all help enhance the parent-child relationship.
Renewed Strength Counseling Services offers a variety of financial options
The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation (BLHF)
The BLHF Nonprofit organization was founded in 2018 by celebrity Taraji P. Henson with Tracie Jade Jenkins leading as Executive Director. The foundation supports organizations that educate, celebrate, and make visible the positive impact of mental health wellness.
We are registered providers with BLHF and clients could receive vouchers for up to 4 sessions if they apply.
Loveland is partnered with Therapy for Black Girls, National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network, Talkspace, Open Path Collective, Black Female Therapists, and Psychology Today. Clients can apply for assistance to receive up to 4 vouchers if they apply.
Based on a client's status, we may have reduced cost options.
Our Strength Fund
Our vision is to see our clients live their best life with Renewed Strength and Purpose. To achieve this goal, continuity of care is paramount. We have established a fund that enables our partners and supporters to Sponsor-A-Session. Through contributions and support, we are able to provide an internal office fund that provides assistance for up to therapy sessions. If you or anyone you know is interested in sponsoring a session please see the link here to make a contribution.
Meet Our New Staff!
Clinical Social Work Intern
Izzy enjoys working with adults, especially those living with anxiety and depression, trauma survivors, and those who are part of the LGBTQ+ and poly population.
Jason aims to "normalize the idea of therapy for under-engaged communities of color and athletes while highlighting its benefits."
As a practice, we are dedicated to supporting our clients through various life transitions. We have been blessed to provide quality services and expand our practice throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We had expanded our services to multiple states but now we are only providing services in North Carolina and Florida for the foreseeable future. And due to our influx of great referrals from our wonderful referral partners, Renee Manneh and Lucretia Greaux are no longer able to accept new clients. However, we have new staff who have open availability. We maybe able to consider direct referrals on a case by case basis.