New Horizons Counseling Services
Salem, IL & Peoria, IL
Tom Kromphardt, MRE, MAC, LCPC
Tom has worked in social services for the last 20 years, helping adults, children, teens and families in crisis. Tom’s priority is to build trust and establish positive and confidential communication with his clients, so clients feel safe and can easily share what’s on their mind. Tom’s unique spectrum of life and work experiences range from fundraising for a national not for profit health organization, to sales with a fortune 500 company to serving as a youth pastor and providing educational classes to organizations on topics such as depression, anxiety, and suicide prevention for teens and adults.
Tom works with adults & children age 8 and older in areas of depression, anxiety, ADHD, loss and grief, suicidal ideation, spiritual/faith based issues, men’s issues, singleness, divorce recovery, self-esteem, stress management, anger management, foster care/adoption, male teen mental health/behavioral issues, substance and recovery issues (familiar with Celebrate Recovery and AA), sexual addiction, and relationship issues. Tom also continues to work with Asperger clients and other mildly autistic adolescents. Special experience and emphasis is placed on helping parents know how to better advocate for their child in the school environment and engage more positively with their child at home.
Tom believes “there isn’t any issue that we can’t find solutions for.” Tom not only has confidence that his clients can learn new skills & new ways of thinking, but that they can also reach the long-desired goals they have for their lives.
Tom Kromphardt, MRE, MAC, LCPC is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Counseling from Lincoln Christian University, a Masters Degree in Religious Education from Trinity International University and a Bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of Illinois at Springfield.
Tom sees clients in the Peoria office