Mind over Matter: Quieting Racing Thoughts Before Bed

Let’s talk about calming your mind to sleep soundly.
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Do racing thoughts keep you up at night? Whatever’s on your mind before bedtime can affect your sleep, as well as your mindset and actions the next day. Join a small-group conversation, led by a Spring Health provider, as we share our personal experiences with building a calm, positive mental state before bed.

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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, where applicable.

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About The Facilitator

Caren Weingart, LCSW (she/her)

Caren Weingart, LCSW is a multi-state Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree in social work at New York University. She also has a second Master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. Caren is certified in Trauma and Grief as well as a specialty in anxiety; currently studying Health Psychology. She was honored as a presenter at conferences in New York City which addressed empowerment and Evidence Based Practices. Caren volunteers with non-profits including a local Board of Directors and was chosen to work on a Collaborative with the National Association of Social Workers in New Jersey which is focused on reviewing and approving courses for continuing education. Caren has worked as a therapist and administrator working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in a variety of clinical programs and utilizes evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution Oriented modalities to assist clients in their treatment but is also a believer in the strength of supportive therapy.

Dr. Sita Nadathur, PsyD (she/her)

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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