VISION- Our vision is to inspire hope and healing and improve lives, relationships and families.
MISSION- New Day Counseling's nonprofit mission is to provide help, inspire hope, and empower individuals, couples, and families by providing professional counseling, groups & workshops, support, and resources, for healthy coping and outlook, good emotional and mental health, improved relationships, and empowered lives.
VALUES- Commitment ....to the vision & mission of the organization.
Honor….to glorify God in all that we do. Relationships…..built on trust and respect. Integrity….in our actions, practices, and decisions. Service….to serve one another with love. Teamwork….unity in the planning, management, & mission of the organization.
HISTORY- New Day Counseling was founded in July of 2004 by sisters Violet James, MSM, and Licensed Professional Counselor, Krystal Kuehn, MA, LPC, LLP, NCC. The sisters began their practice with a lifelong passion to help hurting people in need of professional counseling services. Their desire has always been to serve all people and every age group in the tri-county area.
Krystal and Violet strongly believe and proclaim that counseling works!! It improves lives, inspires hope, and brings healing and wholeness to people. They explain that counseling is based upon a unique relationship unlike one you have with a caring friend or family member. The relationship is collaborative, where both the client and therapist work together to improve the client’s mental, emotional and social life. Together they resolve issues, work through emotions and problems, develop insight, discover solutions, set goals, and work toward a better and brighter future.
Krystal and Violet believe that everyone can gain tremendous benefit from the counseling process. They have had the privilege and experience of significant life changes and improvement in their own lives as a result of their personal experiences with counseling. They have received healing and wholeness, gained incredible insight, restored their relationships, and learned invaluable tools and techniques that have changed their lives forever! As a result, they set out to help others with professional counseling. They soon found that many people in desperate need of professional help were not receiving the help they needed because of their inability to cover the costs of professional counseling. The sisters believed that this was a horrible injustice and made it their mission to find a way to make professional counseling services available to the disadvantaged and disenfranchised populations.
In July 2004, they received their nonprofit status notice. Soon afterwards, in September 2006, they received their first grant that helped fund the Helping Families Cope Program. This was the realization of their heart’s desire to provide professional therapy sessions to those who otherwise would be unable to afford them. The success of this program fueled their desire to help as many as they possibly can. Today, New Day continues to grow in its mission, passion, and services. New Day currently employs 7 licensed professionals and has grown into a successful organization that is positively impacting countless lives through its many services, groups, and programs such as the Helping Families Cope Program.
Providing Psychological Services for the Surrounding Areas: Royal Oak, Clawson, Birmingham, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Farmington Hills, Troy, Sterling Heights, Madison Heights, Macomb Township, Bloomfield Hills, Chesterfield, Plymouth, Southfield, Warren, Shelby Township, Clinton Township, Pontiac, Waterford, Detroit, Oxford, Roseville, Clawson, Romeo, Novi, East Pointe, Auburn Hills, New Hudson, St. Clair Shores, Berkley, Oak Park, Ann Arbor, Southfield, Harrison Township, Livonia, Novi, Huntington Woods, Hamtramck, Lapeer, White Lake, Belleville, Northville, Beverly Hills, Washington, Clarkston, Taylor, Keego Harbor, Milford, Orion, Fraser, Mt. Pleasant, Ferndale, Dearborn Heights, Utica, Dearborn, Canton, Allen Park, Hazel Park, Southgate, Dundee, Oakland Township