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Counseling for Children, Teens & Adults

New Day High Point, PLLC

Our group psychotherapy practice located in High Point, NC, offers counseling to children, teens, college students/young adults, adults, couples & families.

One of our goals is that our clients will know that they are special to us from the moment they walk in our door. Our clients often tell us that they immediately feel encouraged by the peaceful atmosphere of our spaces.

Creating a sense of safety is an important first step to allow our clients to experience hope that they can have something more than the old patterns... patterns that may have been needed for survival.... but 'just’ surviving is also very tiring. Helping our clients wherever they are on their journey is our passion - one that we hope includes a path towards thriving & living life to the fullest no matter if they are 3 or 93! We invite you to meet with us wherever you are right now - you are welcome here!

We invite you to find out more about about our therapists Meet Our Team and how we may be able to help you.

Autumn shows us how beautiful it is....

to let things go.        ~ Unknown

Autumn red leaf with cut heart in a hand.

Letting Go with Us...

because we can help

Saying Goodbye and Letting Go ....

of old hurts and resentments

of old patterns that you don't like

of believing some emotions are good and some are bad

of putting up with people or situations that use or abuse you

of believing that others “make” you act or feel a certain way

of trying to change others to meet your ideas of what's "right"

of believing that how you respond depends on other's approval of you

of the idea that someone else must change before you can change for the better

of believing it's your responsibility for how others deal (or don't deal) with their "stuff"

of believing that only "good" emotions should be felt and "bad" ones should be avoided

of beliefs that you have to always be in a relationship; when one ends, another one must begin

of (enter your old belief or pattern here)