New Horizons Adult Services
New Horizons Counseling Services
Salem, IL 
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  *Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  *Pain Management
  *Personality Disorders
  *Postpartum Depression
  *Social Skills/Peer Relations
  *Self Esteem Issues
  *Sexual Abuse
  *Sexual Addiction
  *Sexual/Gender Identity
  *Spousal Abuse
  *Stress Management
  *Spiritual Issues
  *Test Anxiety
  *Veteran/Military Issues
  *Weight Loss
  *Women's Issues
Adult Services 
New Horizons Counseling Services takes special care to understand the unique needs of each of our clients of all ages and family compilations to design a personal care plan.  Whether you seek services as an individual, couple, or family unit, our therapists are experienced with a variety of issues and treatment modalities to best fit you.
  *Abuse & Neglect
  *Addictions/Substance Abuse
  *Adjustment Disorder
  *Adoption Adjustment
  *Attachment Disorder
  *Anger Management
  *Bipolar Disorder
  *Blended Family Issues
  *Chronic Illness
  *Chronic Pain
  *Conflict Resolution
  *Conduct Disorder
  *Developmental Issues
  *Dissociative Disorder
  *Eating Disorders
  *End of Life Issues
  *Ethnic/Cultural Issues
  *Faith Based
  *Families in Crisis
  *Grief & Loss
  *Impulse Control
  *Learning Disabilities
  *Men's Health
  *Mood Disorders

Individual Therapy – We assist you in resolving the issues that have brought you to counseling through a nurturing process. Therapy is client-centered and aimed at the whole person-body, mind, spirit. 

Couples Therapy – We offer a safe haven to every couple. Various therapy options are directed towards increased communication skills, deeper understanding of one another, conflict resolution, and development of emotional intimacy. Attention is also given to identifying and resolving underlying individual issues which impact the dynamics of the couple relationship.

Family Therapy – We sensitively address the family as a dynamic system in which the overall patterns and issues affect each member of the family. A systems approach encourages stability and the necessary foundation for nurture and attachment to occur.