It’s time to reach out because you're not alone. During these challenging times we continue to offer therapy services so you can make changes, support a healthy mindset, heal and move forward with
your life. Renew therapists are offering “distance therapy,”
via TeleHealth, video
We’re here for you!
Renew Counseling Services was established in 2014 by Jodi Bessinger, and quickly grew to become a group practice with more than 15 therapists. Our therapists are not only trained in several therapy methods but also come from different backgrounds, and with a variety of life experience.
The practice was created with the belief that all people can make great strides towards personal growth when ready for change. We believe that a willingness to
grow and show vulnerability are important keys to development. We also know trauma plays an important role in the difficulties many face. Experiences of trauma can impact us most deeply and continue, at times, to cause us the most distress. The residue of guilt and shame that accompanies traumatic experiences also creates invisible burdens and difficulties in our lives. We may store, hide away and deny these experiences for a long time. Our aim at Renew is to walk beside you and guide all on their journey toward personal growth and life improvement.
If you would prefer to have online sessions to protect your safety or those you love, we are offering Online (TeleHealth) services to ALL clients.
Please discuss this with
your therapist or contact us at
1 (502) 653-7211
“ We strive to make counseling accessible
and affordable to everyone. We accept most insurance plans, offer a sliding scale rate and maintaining a professional billing department to help with processing and claims.”
“We have a diverse team of therapists WITH years of experience treating children, adults, couples and families. Our treatment embraces the whole mind and body to create a more holistic recovery process. ”
– Jodi Bessinger
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To learn more about Sexual Assault
Awareness Month, click links below.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April 2021 marks the official 20 year anniversary of sexual assault awareness month. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center the history of the movement to end sexual violence is rooted in looking at the issue no one knows about, making people aware of a problem where there was no solution or even a recognition of problem. “The two work in tandem, and they always have. From the civil rights movement to the founding of the first rape crisis centers to the nation legislation and beyond, the roots for the SAAM run deep”.
The self-reported incidence of rape or sexual assault more than doubled from 1.4 victimizations per 1,000 persons age 12 or older in 2017 to 2.7 in 2018.
Based on data from the survey, it is estimated that 734,630 people were raped (threatened, attempted, or completed) in the United States in 2018.