Wellspring Center for Holistic Wellbeing has been serving the Sandhills region with holistic wellness since November of 2017. Owner Alisa King and the talented team of therapists based out of Wellspring are focused on providing clients with personalized, comprehensive holistic care.
“Wellspring offers a well-rounded approach to clients’ issues without the use of pharmaceuticals,” said Alisa King, owner of Wellspring Center for Holistic Wellbeing and Licensed Massage Therapist.
Alisa is a native of Southern Pines who has been practicing in the Sandhills since 2011. Alisa, like all of the therapists at Wellspring, works to provide medical and holistic treatments to patients looking to improve their well-being without the use of medication.
“The providers at Wellspring work together to help individuals grow and heal holistically by offering mental health counseling, massage, yoga, sound bath therapy, and psychic-medium advising,” described Psychotherapist Susan S. Grine of Aluna Counseling Services, one of the many services based within Wellspring.
Resident Psychic Advisor and Spiritual Medium Dana Preshous works as an intuitive Life Coach, Public Speaker, and Reiki Master and Teacher. Preshous offers spiritual solutions to problems and aides her clients through intuitive and psychic help, mediumship, healing, and personal development.
“What we need varies from person to person; there is no universal cure that’s going to work for everyone,” stated Alisa King. “Some people need talk therapy, some need a spiritual connection, and for others it can be as simple as a touch or a trigger point. Every person needs a different level of care, and that’s what we do here.”
Pyschotherapist Susan Grine is a licensed Professional Counselor Associate in the state of North Carolina and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Susan Grine works with both adolescents and adults who are experiencing concerns with social, career, personal, and academic concerns.
“This caring and talented group of women support each other and the community by providing a comfortable place to cultivate personal growth and promote well-being,” said Susan Grine.
Additionally, social worker Erin Gaudreault works with adults and couples, taking on a compassionate and non-judgmental approach to offer a safe space for clients and consistent, unconditional therapeutic support. Her work allows couples, families, and individuals to work through their emotions and gain greater emotional resilience and security in relationships.
For clients with an interest in yoga, Registered Yoga Teacher and Meditation Guide Andrea Bridger offers yoga classes to private and small group programs for both adolescents and adults. Bridger also offers yoga for children with special needs and does group and individual sound baths. Bridger’s goal is to offer healing modalities to the Sandhills community through sound, yoga, Reiki, and meditation.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a registered yoga teacher Kim Hedge works with clients to navigate difficult situations such as divorce, job loss, and significant life changes. She uses a combination of psychotherapy, meditation, and yoga to provide a person-centered method of therapy. Hedge guides her clients in managing depression, anxiety, stress, and chronic health problems.
Professional Counselor and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor Lisa Boado also offers therapy through yoga programs, as well as offering hypnosis, mindfulness training, and guided meditation to her clients. Boado has a professional background in treating depression, anxiety, and trauma. Boado believes in offering teens, adolescents, and adults with a safe space to explore their inner selves and begin a problem-solving healing process.
For clients looking for an experience with massage therapy, Katie Gaudreault works with Deep Tissue Massage Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. For over a decade, Katie has been designing a personalized session of bodywork for each individual client. Her sessions have an emphasis on releasing poor posture patterns, balancing the nervous system, and dealing with chronic pain.
“We’re all local, we are all invested here, we all know each other, and we all have a strong love for the community. We want to give back to the community and be there for one another,” Alisa King concluded. “We refuse to let anyone fall through the cracks.”
For more information about Wellspring Center for Holistic Wellbeing, visit WellspringSP.com for a comprehensive list of telephone numbers, email addresses, and contact information for each service.