New Hope Counseling | Our team is growing!
New Hope Counseling promotes wholeness in Indianapolis through restorative counseling. Our vision is for the day when counseling will no longer be needed, when we flourish together in the New City that God is bringing into the world.
We are pleased to announce that our team is growing!
Scott Jones, Counselor Resident
Master of Divinity (MDiv), Covenant Theological Seminary
Master of Arts in Counseling (MA), Covenant Theological Seminary
Scott believes that good counseling is built upon a safe and secure relationship that nurtures a client’s sense of agency and dignity. His approach is to work from a relational basis, and empower the client through an integrated approach that includes interpersonal, cognitive, emotional, and, if welcomed, spiritual aspects. Scott has worked in individual and couples counseling, helping clients with relationship issues, anxiety, stress, grief, family dysfunction, and various forms of trauma. He offers a willingness to engage in a creative therapeutic process, and he is comfortable with difficult matters, providing a non-judgmental environment for safe discussion. Scott has a special interest in understanding various streams and expressions of popular culture, and applying them for the benefit of counseling.
Scott, his wife, Trina, and their four children just moved here from St. Louis and attend Redeemer.
Shane Morr, Counselor
Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MA), Northcentral University
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate (LMFTA)
Shane began exploring work in the fields of psychology and spirituality in college. After serving as a youth minister following college, Shane completed his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy, helping people work through various past and present challenges. He has experience working in many different environments including women’s centers, school-based health centers, and group homes. Shane has post-graduate training in functional family therapy, and enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families.
Shane, his wife, Rachel, and their son have been attending Redeemer since moving to Indianapolis last summer.
Some of the reasons people seek out counseling:
Unhealthy patterns in your life that you want to change
Grief and loss from the past or the present
Difficulties in current relationships
Wanting to understand your own life better
Questions about God and his presence in your life
If you or someone you know has questions about what the counseling process looks like, please email [firstname.lastname@example.org].