Wellspring Restorative Therapy Services
WRTS Therapists encourage clients to evoke the healing power of love, hope, humor and enthusiasm and to release the toxic consequences of hostility, shame, greed, depression and prolonged fear, anger, and grief.
Optimal health is the conscious pursuit of the highest qualities of the physical, environmental, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social aspects of the human experience.
According to the World Health Organization, "Health is more than the absence of disease. Health is a state of optimal well-being."
You are the only person who can make the lifestyle decisions that contribute to your well-being. Since all four parts of you must work in harmony to achieve wellness, each part needs your attention and care to perform at its best.
The physical you - requires good nutrition, appropriate weight, beneficial exercise and adequate rest.
The emotional you - needs to give and receive forgiveness, love and compassion; needs to laugh and experience happiness; needs joyful relationships with yourself and others.
The mental you - needs self-supportive attitudes, positive thoughts and viewpoints and a positive self-image.
The spiritual you - requires inner calmness, openness to your creativity, and trust in knowing.
Who We Serve
Our Therapeutic Approaches
WRTS integrates many evidence-based therapies and techniques into the healing process. Below is a description of some of the therapies that we utilize:
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. Its main goals are to teach people how to live in the moment, cope healthily with stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships with others.
Play therapy is a form of therapy primarily geared toward children. In this form of therapy, a therapist encourages a child to explore life events that may have an effect on current circumstances, in a manner and pace of the child's choosing, primarily through play but also through language.
Person-centered therapy, also known as-centered or client-centered counseling, is a humanistic approach that deals with the ways in which individuals perceive themselves consciously, rather than how a counselor can interpret their unconscious thoughts or ideas.
We offer our services through the following payment vehicles: