Wellspring Healing Arts

Finding Joy on the waters of Life

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Come, come, whoever you are, no matter how thirsty and drink from the wellspring of your heart where everything you long for awaits you.

~ Mira

If you follow someone else's way, you are not going to realize your potential.

It takes courage to do what you want. Other people have a lot of plans for you.

~ Joseph Cambell


Modalities offered in psychotherapy sessions aim to integrate the mind, body, and heart as reflected in Carl Jung’s belief that the human psyche, or soul, strives for wholeness (not perfection) and seeks ways to express its uniqueness and essence. Like the spring shoots buried deep in the earth, we long to be seen and push through darkness and obstacles, seeking light and freedom of expression.

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Common Modalities Used:  

·         Mindfulness Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

·         Mindful Self-Compassion

·         Mind-Body Medicine

·         Voice Dialogue and Internal Family Systems

·         Guided Imagery and Visualization

Other Modalities Used:

·         Conscious Breathwork

·         Shadow Work®

·         Intuitive Processing

·         Somatic Release

·         Expressive Arts (drawing and collage)

·         Authentic Movement

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Depression
  • Partner Relationships
  • Impulsive & Compulsive Behaviors
  • Communication
  • Attention/Concentration
  • Mid-life Dilemmas
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Low Self-Esteem/Unworthiness
  • Life Transitions
  • Spiritual Direction


Benefits of Psychotherapy

  • greater connection with self and others
  • better communication skills, effectiveness, productivity, personal success
  • greater self-esteem and feelings of well being
  • improved relationships with partners, family, friends, co-workers
  • explore and overcome issues that are obstacles to success and daily functioning
  • decrease symptoms of anxiety, phobias, and obsessive/compulsive disorders
  • facilitate adjustment through life transitions, changes, and stages
  • increase coping skills/strategies for managing routine and unexpected stressors
  • improve healthy expression of emotions
  • relieve somatic symptoms and help with chronic pain management
  • decrease addictive, self-sabotaging, and/or self-abusive behaviors
  • decrease symptoms of depression
  • decrease symptoms of post-traumatic stress from childhood and adult trauma
  • decrease symptoms of attention deficit disorder