Change is inevitable, yet we canâ€™t always predict how or when it will find us. When I was offered the opportunity to move into a different role at Wellspring as Clinical Supervisor of the David J. Block Center, I made the choice to leave behind the identity I had carried for 5 years as the agency-wide Art Therapist and step into new waters. It was a daunting but exciting prospect and one I felt necessary to pursue for my continued growth. Choosing to create change can be a much different experience than having change forced upon us. I try to remind the clients I work with to look for the areas of their lives where they have the power to make effective choices for themselves, big or small. With this comes risk, of course, but also the reward of discovering your strengths.
Of 453 clients served in our CSUs, 90% experienced a 20% or greater reduction in depressive symptoms. Wellspring Annual Report 2011
Overview of Wellspring's financials and program outcomes - July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011.