In order to provide our clients with a wide range of services, we have partnered with Keystone Therapy Services to provide occupational and speech therapy, The Center for Dispute Resolution to provide mediation/conflict resolution, Rejuvenating Massage Therapy to provide Massage Therapy, and Novo Sol Yoga to provide yoga. All of these services can be utilized at our EnSpire office.
Novo Sol Yoga provides Yin/Restorative Yoga at EnSpire Counseling & Wellness every Sunday at 4:00 PM.
Kereese Gayle-Farias was born in the beautiful island of Jamaica but grew up in various cities in the US. She danced throughout her childhood and early adulthood and her love for yoga began in college. She found yoga to be the perfect combination of exercise, stretch, calming and centering. She completed her 200 hr. Yoga Teacher Training in 2018 and is excited to spread her love of the practice with all.
Keystone Therapy Services in Valdosta provides speech, language, cognitive, feeding/swallowing, and communication therapy for all ages. Keystone provides individually designed therapy programs tailor-made for each client. Keystone's pediatric specialists deliver fun, effective, and efficient therapy for your child.
Amy Struble, ASHA Certified Speech Language Pathologist, established Keystone Therapy Services in 2010. She graduated from Valdosta State University in 1997 with her Master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Amy has focused her training within the pediatric population by working in many diverse settings which include Early Intervention programs, private clinics, private and public schools and instructing/supervising at the collegiate level. Amy has experience working with an array of disorders that include receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, Apraxia of speech, Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, auditory processing and language processing disabilities, language learning disabilities. She is a Beckman Oral Motor and Talk tools trained professional. She is also specialized in a cognitive skills program called PACE.
Erin Russo graduated from Valdosta State University in 2012 with a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She has worked in several environments including an inpatient/outpatient hospital setting, special education classrooms, day-care facilities, in-home early intervention, and the private clinic setting. Erin has experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Language Learning disorders, Stuttering/Fluency disorders, ADHD, Emotional Behavior Disorder, and articulation/phonological disorders. She is specialized in pediatric swallowing and feeding disorders and is certified in Vital-Stim. Erin is a member of the American Speech-Language Association, and the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She enjoys working with her clients to increase their ability to communicate. During her free time, Erin enjoys traveling and spending time at church.
Haley Bassett is a Speech Language Pathologist who graduated from Valdosta State University with a Master's in Education in the area of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and is licensed in the state of Georgia. She has been an SLP at Keystone Therapy Services since April 2019. Haley is a strong advocate for family involvement and how it affects a child's language development inside and outside of therapy sessions. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
The Center for Dispute Resolution, LLC, provides mediation services, a form of alternative dispute resolution, as an alternative to litigation. There are many benefits that mediation offers that simply can not be achieved through traditional legal suits. For parties involved in a dispute, the most important benefits are that mediation empowers them so that they have equal control over any agreement reached and, unlike litigated cases, anything discussed in mediation is confidential and does not become part of any type of public record. For individuals choosing to take part in mediation, approximately 80% are able to reach an agreement that all parties are satisfied with, enabling everyone to move forward with their everyday lives.