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After a loss, it’s common to feel isolated. There is no right or wrong way to grieve or cope with tragedy. Join our small group session, led by a Spring Health provider, to connect with others navigating these struggles and talk about ways to process and understand those feelings.

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To sign up, please select the day and time below:

Wednesday, 10/11/23 @ 4:00 PM PT (1:00 PM PT)

Wednesday, 11/8/23 @ 4:00 PM PT (1:00 PM PT)

Thursday, 12/14/23 @ 4:00 PM PT (1:00 PM 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

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.
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