Archive: Elgin

HALIE HOWELLS, MA LMFT

For me, therapy is about gathering and understanding the pieces of your story. The themes of our story, the characters we’ve encountered, the obstacles we’ve faced, and the meaning we’ve made from our experiences, these are all complex things. It’s ...

SARA PIERCEY, MA LPC

As a child, I took sailing lessons on Lake Michigan. At times we were required to sail the boats alone on the open water. Getting tossed around by giant waves on a tiny boat with nothing but water for miles ...

STEVE SCHERSCHEL, MA MBA LPC

“You bring all of you with you all of the time” – this quote from one of my early professors has resonated with me as I continue to see its truth in my own life and in the lives of ...

ERIN WALBERG, MA LPC

It helps to have a space that allows us to safely sort through the pieces of our life and story.  As we see things more clearly, we have the capacity to better care for ourselves, heal from past hurts and ...

JEREMY VISCHER, MA

I firmly believe that we are all inherently relational beings. We all share an overwhelming drive for relationship with one another, and this drive is a core part of what makes us human. Unfortunately, we are also inherently imperfect beings, ...

CYNDI SCHARNOWSKI, MA

Making your health a priority is an essential but often challenging task. At times life seems to get in the way, stopping us. I see my role as supporting individuals in making their way through the obstacles while working toward ...

SARI LASH, BA

What do you do when there’s a gap between the life you want and the one you’re living now? You probably have a vision for a better day-to-day for yourself—taking bold new strides in your career, relating better to your ...

JULIE HUGHES

It’s not always easy to reach out for help. I get that. My job is to make what you’re doing easier. I’ll be your first contact when calling Wellspring and will help you with any logistical questions along the way. I’ve ...