Beating the Blues?

How to fight persistent feelings of sadness.
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Feeling blue is natural, and everyone goes through it. That doesn’t mean that when we’re feeling sad, we want to continue feeling sad. Fortunately, there are proven ways to help yourself feel better, and some aren’t what you’d expect.  Join our conversation, led by a Spring Health clinician, about the healthy habits that can carry us through the ‘blue’ times.

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Thursday, 6/15/2023 @ 1:00 PM (10:00 AM PT)

Thursday, 6/15/2023 @ 4:00 PM (1:00 PM PT)

Thursday, 6/22/2023 @ 12:00 PM (9:00 AM PT)

Thursday, 6/22/2023 @ 1:00 PM (10:00 AM PT)

Can't make it or the session you want is full? Click here to join our waitlist or email us at wellsprings@springhealth.com

WellSprings are limited to 20 attendees. If a session fills to capacity, new time slots may be added. Spring Health may cancel a session if there are less than 4 attendees present within the first 5 minutes of the session in order to preserve the intent of group conversation.

Note: WellSprings sessions do not apply towards the usage of your covered therapy/medication management sessions.

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About The Facilitator

Dr. Sita Nadathur, PsyD

Dr. Sita Nadathur, PsyD believes everyone has the internal resources to heal and grow. Her approach to therapy is strength-based and collaborative with a goal to provide guidance and support during difficult times. Dr. Sita obtained her doctorate from the University of Hartford where she was trained in a variety of treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and trauma focused therapy. Her areas of clinical interest include culturally and linguistically competent care, depression, anxiety, and trauma. As a bilingual psychologist (English/Spanish), Dr. Sita uses cultural and social justice perspectives to understand each person’s life context and tailor each treatment uniquely to individual needs.
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