Hope Springs Counseling Center
Hope Springs Counseling Center | Brookville, OH 45415


What is the benefit of using a counselor?  The process of counseling can enable an individual to overcome challenges and provide an avenue to freedom.   Everyone experiences a time in life when they feel “stuck”.  “Stuck” in an unhealthy individual pattern of behavior, or an unhealthy relationship or relationship pattern, or maybe the paralysis of indecisiveness.  Counseling allows individuals to receive professional help and guidance for real life issues.  Often times it is difficult to see the forest through the trees.  An experienced counselor can help by providing fresh insight.  Counselors help identify the patterns of thoughts or behaviors that keep an individual or relationship stuck, and offer practical steps to create change. 

Do I need counseling?  Maybe.  If the challenges that you are facing are impacting your everyday quality of life, then counseling may be the best option for you.  Your success in counseling depends largely on your readiness to receive help and willingness to change.  "There is no magic pill."  It requires effort on your part.

Do you accept insurance?   We do not accept insurance.  However we offer a sliding scale fee based on your annual gross household income in an effort to make the process as affordable as possible.


What does Christian based counseling mean?   We believe Christianity and biblical truth provides a foundational philosophy through which we live our lives.  As Christian counselors, we utilize a holistic approach to the counseling process: mind, body, and spirit.  We believe that God is the author and creator of life and that He has provided us the standard by which we measure everything else. We believe the Bible is God’s divinely inspired Word, revealed to mankind (2 Tim. 3:16). We believe that the fullness of God came to earth and lived in the human body of Jesus Christ (Col. 1:19). We believe that mankind chose to rebel against God and because of that act of rebellion; sin and death entered the world (Rom. 5:12-14).  We believe that believing in (John 3:15-19, 5:24), and obeying (Luke 8:21, John 3:20-21, John 14:21, 23-24), Jesus Christ is the only way to have eternal life or to be reunited with God (Acts 4:10-12).


What forms of payment do you accept?   We accept cash, check or credit card.


How can I make an appointment?  Please call our office at 888-471-8885, we would be happy to assist you.


How long will I need to receive counseling?  Each case is unique and complex.  The length of time in counseling depends on several factors; the complexity of the issue, how long the issue has been going on, the intensity of the feelings involved, and the individuals readiness for change.  If the problem is relatively acute, the feelings not too intense, and the client is ready for change, then the time involved in counseling may be brief.  However, if the issue is ongoing, complex, and has been a struggle for an extended period of time, counseling may take longer.


Will information shared during counseling be kept confidential?  Protecting our clients is of the utmost importance to our organization, so we diligently safeguard all information entrusted to us.   However, the law sets forth limits and exceptions as explained below.

In most legal proceedings, you have the right to prevent your counselor from providing any information about your treatment. In some proceedings a judge may order my testimony if he/she determines that the issues demand it.

There are some situations in which your counselor may be legally obligated to take action to protect others from harm.   For example, if your counselor believes that a child, elderly person, or disabled person is being abused, he or she must file a report with the appropriate state agency.

If a counselor believes that a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another, he or she is required to take protective actions. These actions may include notifying the potential victim, contacting the police, or seeking hospitalization for the client.  If the client threatens to harm himself/herself, his or her counselor may be obligated to seek hospitalization for him/her or to contact family members or others who can help provide protection.

Some Areas in which We Can Help

Sexual-related issues
Relationship issues
Marriage Counseling
Loss and grief
Career and work-related issues
Managing Stress
Family issues
Parenting issues
Spiritual wellbeing
Resolving conflict

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We are pleased to serve clients in the following cities:  Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Brookville, Carlisle, Centerville, Clayton, Dayton, Eaton, Englewood, Fairborn, Farmersville, Franklin, Germantown, Huber Heights, Kettering, Lewisburg, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Moraine, New Lebanon, New Paris, Northridge, Oakwood, Phillipsburg, Piqua, Richmond Indiana, Riverside, Springboro, Tipp City, Trotwood, Troy, Vandalia, Verona, Union, West Alexandria, West Carrollton, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, WPAFB, Xenia 

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