Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Katherine Hofstetter, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Director of Development with The Refuge Center for Counseling, who discusses their efforts and belief that everyone, regardless of income level, deserves a chance to improve their life and find hope and healing through counseling. During the interview, Hofstetter talks about their model and services, some of the major mental health issues they are seeing during the pandemic, and tips related to youth mental health, strengthening the relationship with your spouse, finding support when dealing with grief and the loss of a loved one, and more.
The vision of The Refuge Center for Counseling, located in Franklin, TN, is to make sure that every individual and family had the opportunity to seek therapeutic resources, regardless of income level.
We firmly believe that no matter who you are, no matter what you have done, no matter what has been done to you, no matter how much your income is or where you live, when you come to The Refuge Center you deserve to have the most excellent care possible with maximum opportunity for healing.
- Mission and services and clients served
- Current mental health crisis alongside pandemic (record setting need / demand for affordable mental health services)
- Future vision – Building Refuge Campaign for our new facility to serve more children, families and individuals in a campus-like setting