Making more and better disciples through Christ-centered care and counsel.

New Heights Counseling will exist to offer counseling that is –
Christ-centered, whole-person oriented, and relationally rooted.


We believe that the Person of Christ is central to our lives and to understanding ourselves, our stories, and our struggles – sin and suffering. We believe that Scripture is central in connecting people to the gospel.

About Us


We are made in the image of God, and as such, we consider how our stories are impacted by spiritual, social, physical, and emotional influences.

Our Work


We acknowledge that the church community – relationships within the body of Christ –  is central to our spiritual health and well being.

Our Offices

We serve those struggling and suffering with life’s hardships and we cultivate a culture of discipleship and soul care within the body of Christ.

New Heights Counseling uses a Christ-centered counseling approach where the Bible is the foundation for understanding ourselves and our struggles. The Bible informs basic questions such as – Who are we? What motivates us? How do we understand our relational and personal struggles? How does change occur? Our philosophy of counseling is rooted in God’s Word. We affirm that the Bible is our authority and greatest source of wisdom for all of life – including the various struggles that bring a person into the counseling room.

Our goal is to meaningfully bring the gospel into the counseling room, helping counselees see how the gospel intersects and practically impacts the struggles they are facing. We counsel from a biblical worldview – viewing our identity, our problems, and our hope through the lens of scripture.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is New Heights Starting a Counseling Ministry?2022-11-03T07:00:33-07:00

Mental health needs have been on the rise for years, and as a result, there are often not enough counselors available for the needs. But even more than the pressing need for more support, we recognize that there is a great need for counselors who offer help from a biblical worldview. In our moments of greatest suffering and sorrow, we need hope that is rooted in what is true about God, ourselves, and the world he created. New Heights Counseling exists to offer real hope in the middle of life’s hardships.

Who Will New Heights Counseling Serve?2022-11-03T07:01:02-07:00

Individuals, couples, and families that attend New Heights Church and the greater Clark County community.

What Kinds of Counseling Issues Will the New Heights Counseling Center Address?2022-11-03T07:01:34-07:00

We envision people coming to our counseling center for many different reasons and struggles. Some we expect to regularly address include:

  • Depression
  • Fear and anxiety
  • Marriage and family issues
  • Anger
  • Relational conflict
  • Guilt and shame
  • Grief and loss
  • Eating disorders/body image
  • Abuse
  • Obsessive and compulsive behaviors
  • Addictions
  • Gender/sexuality
  • Loneliness
Who Will Provide the Counseling?2022-11-03T07:02:03-07:00

We plan to have trained professional counselors and lay counselors. A professional counselor is defined as someone who has obtained a master’s degree in counseling or a counseling-related field. A lay counselor is someone who has gone through training in biblical counseling and has been certified by the Association of Biblical Counselors. All of our counselors have been trained in using Christ-centered counseling.

Will New Heights Counseling Charge for Your Counseling Services?2022-11-03T07:02:31-07:00

Our counseling model will include options for free counseling and fee-based counseling.

How Will the Counseling Center be Different from Other Clinics/Counseling Centers?2022-11-03T07:03:05-07:00

We will only be utilizing Christ-centered, biblically based counseling. Though some of our professional counselors may be licensed, our counselors will not be operating under professional licenses.

I’m Interested in Serving in the New Heights Counseling Ministry. How Do I Go About that?2023-01-23T10:26:39-08:00

The most direct pathway to serving at New Heights Counseling is to start by taking our Biblical Soul Care class.


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We are still currently getting established, but we do have some capacity for counseling available, though most requests for counseling currently go on a waitlist.
Our waitlist is currently 8-12 weeks.


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Beth Claes
Beth ClaesCounseling Director
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