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Anew Day offers supervised clinical experience for Trainees needing practicum hours and registered Associates pursuing licensure in California (MFT, PCC & CSW). The supervision we provide meets all Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) requirements. We accept applications for full and part-time therapists and can allow flexibility in scheduling.


Anew Day employs a Licensed Clinical Director(s) equipped and qualified to supervise Trainees and Registered Associates. We also have a network of local therapists who provide substitute supervision when needed and additional training when requested. 

Anew Day operates in a 6,000 sq ft newly remodeled counseling facility designed for our specific needs. We have a total of 14 therapy rooms including a youth room and sand tray room. We have a small group meeting room that doubles as our art therapy room. Our large group meeting room is 1,100 sq ft with audio/visual equipment to support training and education classes. Our admin area provides all the amenities of a modern business office, and we have a large staff kitchen and patio area for meals and breaks. 

Anew Day serves the general population of our community. We offer our services to individuals of all ages, couples, families, and groups without discrimination. Our clients present a wide range of clinical issues and life circumstances. We do our best to meet every client where they are in life’s journey. Knowing that we are a faith-based organization, some clients request counseling from a Biblical perspective, which we are glad to provide.

Anew Day is a Christian based religious non-profit counseling and training center. All Anew Day staff are united by their love for Christ and their agreement with our statement of faith. We are people who have been loved well by God and seek to reflect His love into the lives of others. We do not proselytize or bring faith into a session unless the client asks for it. We meet our clients where they are without judgment or condemnation hoping to help them live mentally, physically, and emotionally healthy lives.  We fundamentally believe that all the mental wellness needs of our clients can be met without compromising God’s truth because we believe God’s truth supports healthy living. Though we hope and pray for opportunities to share our faith, we understand that if we never get the chance, our clients still received God’s love through the way we cared for them.

Anew Day is nestled in the tree covered foothills of Nevada County, about 1 hour north-east of Sacramento, California. Grass Valley and Nevada City combine to create a small community of about 20,000 people. Residents and visitors are drawn to our historic downtown shop culture and our beautiful lakes, rivers, and trails.


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"I was fortunate to gain all of my clinical hours from trainee-to-associate at Anew Day. Anew Day offers an amazing and rewarding opportunity for MFT Trainees and Associates to gain hours of experience and to gain rich experience within those hours. Anew Day provides a multifaceted cultural and socioeconomic client base including children, adolescents, families, adults, and couples with which to develop a well-rounded clinical training. The clinical supervision I received was professional, warm, enjoyable, and challenging. The supervisors challenged me to always consider the therapeutic direction I was taking with a client, my diagnosis of the client and, for me, my time management. Supervision was consistently professional with plenty of encouragement and direction and was done with the client's best interests in mind. We shared a lot of laughter also as we collaborated together in supervisory groups. I am so thankful for the training I received at Anew Day. The facility at Anew Day has several individual and couples counseling rooms, group and family counseling rooms, and a dedicated Sand Tray room. It is a friendly and encouraging atmosphere located in beautiful Nevada City which allows for a delightful in-between-clients walking environment."

Keith Thompson, LMFT (former Anew Day Trainee & Associate)


Viki Robinson received her Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling at Western Seminary. Since she was in elementary school she knew that she wanted to go into a field of helping others become the best they can be. She has an Associates in Deaf Studies from Sierra College, where she discovered she had a passion for working with disadvantaged children. From there she pursued her dream of going to Hawaii to finish her Bachelors in Psychology, where she did a practicum course working in a school with low income special needs children. She was raised in Nevada County and now resides in the area with her husband and 2.5-year-old Labrador Retriever. She has over 10 years of experience working with children within the community.


Viki has always had a passion of helping people, and would spend hours intrigued in what others had to say. While Chemistry and Biology are not her specialties in school, she is always mesmerized when she hears about how the brain and body work. She is a kinetic learner, loves to be creative and to share her creativity with others. When she is not with clients or in school she can usually be found playing in the great outdoors with her family: camping, paddle boarding, hiking, fishing, ATV riding, photography, scuba diving, beach combing and much more.


She is comfortable working with all populations and topics, and has varying level of experience with issues including: various traumas both in children and adults, death, jail/prison, addiction, one parent household, anger, self-esteem/ self-worth, grief and loss, major life changes, special needs children, disabilities, elderly, suicidal ideation, depression, post-traumatic stress and more. She takes an eclectic approach to therapy and willing to integrate the client's faith into their sessions upon request. Through her training at Western Seminary, she has learned biblical principles and spiritual understanding and how to integrate with long standing theory and latest research allowing her to better understand and journey with her clients. She remembers how difficult it can be to make the initial call to a counselor and seeks to make her clients' experiences a warm, empathic and safe place to discover, grow and develop themselves.

AMY KRUM - MFT/PCC Associate


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Jodi creates a warm and safe space for clients on their healing journey. With expertise in trauma-informed care and two decades of global experience as a trainer, yoga instructor, and massage therapist, she embraces a holistic approach to healing mind, body, and spirit. Holding degrees from New York University and California Southern University, Jodi's diverse experiences enrich her understanding of resilience and shared humanity.

Jodi helps clients facing addiction, anxiety, grief, neurodivergence, relationships, stress, and trauma. She uses various therapies, including ACT, DBT, IFS, narrative, and psychodynamic approaches. Jodi is passionate about blending psychological insight with spiritual wisdom and believes empathy, genuineness, and respect are her greatest gifts to clients.

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Bio and photo coming soon.

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