Family Renewal Project was established in 2016 to help “restore the family and renew the culture by educating and forming men and women to understand, embrace, and live authentic love and responsibility.” We strive to connect persons of all ages with the message of Theology of the Body through various programming and events.
- INDIVIDUAL SESSION (55 minutes)$90
- COUPLE/FAMILY SESSION (85 minutes)$90
- GROUP SESSION (85 minutes)$50
The location is equally accessible from the Watterson Expressway (I-264) or the Gene Snyder (I-265). Please use a GPS navigation service to determine the best route … travel times can vary depending on the time of day, construction traffic, and where you’re traveling from.
ENTER through the glass doors where the two buildings intersect
(circled in RED above & pictured below)
Evidence shows that in-person therapy is most effective. However, virtual therapy is available as an alternative or when necessary. Just ask…we are here for you!
If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
You can reach the GSIB Team by filling out the contact form below
or call/text us at (502) 632-3249.
Richard R. Meyer, PsyD
Psychologist & Clinical Director
Dr. Meyer recently celebrated his 47th anniversary offering faith-based clinical work as a Catholic Clinical Psychologist.
Over these 47 years he worked at the Community Mental Health Center in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and then Comprehensive Care Center in Northern Kentucky before co-founding the Christian Counseling Center of Cincinnati in 1988, and joining full time in March 1991. After working three years for New Life Clinics and then four years part-time at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Edgewood, KY from 2000 through 2003, he founded the Good Shepherd Institute in January of 2004 to more directly serve Catholic and Evangelical clients through faith-based clinical practice and inner-healing prayer.
In July 2019 Dr. Meyer began an adult Grief Group at the St. Elizabeth Medical Center’s Hospice Center in Edgewood, KY. Soon after he began another grief group at the same location for those who have suffered the loss of a child or other loved one through opioid overdose. In October 2019, Dr. Meyer was hired as HSP clinical supervisor for Elina Holland at Good Shepherd Institute of the Bluegrass (GSIB), a ministry of Family Renewal Project. Upon Elina’s transition out of clinical practice, Dr. Meyer assumed the role of clinical director and psychologist for GSIB, he sees patients in Louisville on Tuesdays & Wednesdays.
GSIB seeks to serve the Catholic-Christian community in support of marriage and family life, and to provide professional therapy services to Catholics and other Christians from an authentic faith-based perspective.
Elina S. Holland, MS
Psychoeducational Presenter/Public Speaker
Elina graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky (2014) with a degree in Psychology and minors in Neuroscience & Business. After college Elina attended the Institute of Psychological Sciences (IPS) at Divine Mercy University. IPS is a graduate school dedicated to educating and training psychologists in a curriculum that is firmly rooted in the integration of the Catholic-Christian understanding of the human person and rigorous psychological science. Elina graduated in 2016 with her masters in Clinical Psychology.
Elina has worked with adults, adolescents, and children from diverse backgrounds and helped her patients navigate mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, reactions to traumatic events, grief, and addiction. She has aided parents in strengthening their parenting skills and confidence and helped children cope with difficult emotions or life transitions through Child Centered Play Therapy. She is also experienced with helping patients struggling with homelessness, life transitions, and difficult relationships.
Elina believes that every person has great strengths and was designed with a purpose. She strives to help people uncover their strengths, improve their resilience, discover their story, and live a more healthy and happy life.
Elina and her husband, Jonathon, have four beautiful children and are expecting their fifth.
In the Summer of 2021 Elina transitioned out of clinical practice. Though she no longer sees patients, she is using her extensive training and experience by speaking to various groups (in-person or virtually) on topics such as: marriage, the effects of technology, parenting, improving mental health, responding to issues of homosexuality/gender identity, postpartum depression, work-life balance, the effects of physical health on mental health, how to increase resilience, and much more! To inquire about her speaking to your group, please contact the FRP/GSIB office at 502.303.1996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
GSIB is seeking a fulltime, qualified Catholic mental health professional to join our team. This is a wonderful opportunity to join a thriving Team of faithful Catholics on mission to restore the family and renew the culture.
* Competitive Salary * Assistance with Relocation Expenses * Temporary Living Arrangements *
The full job description is available HERE.