Wellspring Family Services, a division of Crittenton Services, is announcing several new site directors, as well as a new CAPS training coordinator.
Kari Blizzard, former Weirton site director, is the new site director in Wellspring's Morgantown office. Kari is from the Morgantown area and has worked in the office as a therapist.
Brandie Dodd is the new site director in the Weirton location. She has spent the past few years as a therapist in the office. Dodd received her master's degree in counseling from Francisican University.
There are also other changes in Wellspring's Wheeling office. Elizabeth Reed has resigned as the site director, moving into a therapist role in Wheeling. Michael Kuhn will replace her. He has worked as a supervisor with the Department of Health and Human Resources and as a forensic interviewer of children.
Michelle Molisee is Crittenton's new CAPS program coordinator. Molisee previously served as the site director in Morgantown and will continue to work from the Morgantown office. She recently completed training to become a CANS Super User.
Wellspring Family Services is an outpatient counseling service available in 18 counties, with offices in Wheeling, Weirton, New Martinsville, Parkersburg and Morgantown. Wellspring Family Services is currently serving more than 550 children, families and individuals.