Wellspring Family Services, the community-based counseling division of Crittenton Services, Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of Kristin Snyder as site director of the Wheeling office. The site director position marks a promotion for Kristin Snyder. Snyder joined Crittenton as a therapist in 2016. For the past school year, she provided counseling services at Elm Grove and Middle Creek Elementary schools, in the agency’s partnership with Ohio County Schools. She has more than 15 years’ experience in the social services field, including end of life care, addiction recovery, residential treatment, short-term inpatient hospitalization and trauma-focused therapy.
Snyder holds a BA in Psychology and minor in Criminal Justice from Wheeling Jesuit University. She earned her MSW from West Virginia University in 2001. Snyder is a Wheeling native and a member of the Junior League of Wheeling.
“I am excited to lead the Wheeling Wellspring team,” says Snyder. “Wellspring offers a unique service, by seeing clients in homes and at schools. I am proud of the work of our therapists and case managers, who are committed to make counseling services more accessible to children, adults, and families.”
Wellspring Family Services offers outpatient counseling services in regional offices and in client homes and schools. Wellspring therapists assist individuals and families struggling with behavioral health issues such as depression, anxiety, addiction, parenting concerns, problems at school, family relationships and emotional issues. Most insurance plans are accepted, including all WV Medicaid managed care providers. Last year, more than 1300 clients chose Wellspring Family Services as a mental health provider. Wellspring currently has 7 offices serving 21 counties in West Virginia.
The Wheeling office is located at 2606 National Road and serves clients in Ohio and Marshall counties. For more information, call 304-242-7060 or visit www.wellspringwv.com.