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Mental Health | Addiction | Relationships


Thea Wessel, the founder of Nspire Today, believes strongly in the importance of finding someone to share your personal story with and offers a safe and supportive environment for clients to do so.


Trained in a variety of clinical approaches to therapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, mindfulness, Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), as well as holding several additional certifications in integral and transpersonal modalities, Thea continually challenges herself to provide quality treatment and community education for mental health, addictions, and in support of clients’ whole-person development.

Nspire Today offers a therapeutic modality called Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), the use of ketamine as a complement to psychotherapy. Thea delivers KAP  in partnership with an organization called Journey Clinical, which has a specialized medical team that determines eligibility for KAP, prescribes the ketamine, & supports us in monitoring outcomes.


If you would like to explore the possibility of working with Thea on KAP, please contact us to discuss eligibility and next steps.

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Acudetox | Cherokee Bodywork | Reiki 

Many people interested in therapy for mental health support also seek a spiritual connection or alternative modalities that can be used as an adjunct to traditional therapeutic services. Nspire Today is happy to offer the following optional modalities for clients who seek this additional level of support: 


Acudetox is another word for auricular (pertaining to the ear) acupuncture. It is one of the world's oldest medical practices, having been around for over three thousand years.  It has no side effects and works as an adjunct to existing treatments or therapies. 


Chinese medical science holds that there is an extensive and complex energy system that flows throughout the human body.  When this stream flows freely, the body is in balance and healthy.  Interruptions and blockages in this normally free-flowing energy stream cause stagnation, illness, dis-ease, and discomfort.  Simply stated, acupuncture is a technique that helps get the energy flowing freely and restores balance to the body, including emotional and psychological conditions.

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Auricular acupuncture has many benefits and can be beneficial in assisting in the treatment of:



Stress and tension


Sleep disturbances and insomnia   

Attention deficit disorder (ADD & ADHD)

Bipolar disorder

Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Cherokee Bodywork


The Cherokee people of North America have a long history of being well versed in body therapies and energy healing, having developed a comprehensive, sophisticated bodywork system that encompasses a form of osteopathic massage and manipulation, breath, and energy work.


Central to this hands-on bodywork technique is the alternation of deep pressure and gentle rocking release of the body. The breath is also used to reanimate the body and “draw spirit” into affected areas to support healing and overall wellbeing.


Reiki (Master Level/Trainer)

Reiki is an ancient energy healing modality, often beneficial in support of one’s spiritual evolution or healing journey. This technique is based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into the client by means of gentle touch, and often no touch at all, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient and restore physical and emotional well-being.


Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind, and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and wellbeing.

Reiki Treatment

While Reiki is spiritual in nature, it is not a religion. There is nothing you must believe in order to experience the benefits of Reiki. In fact, Reiki is not dependent on belief at all and has been shown to work whether clients believe in its spiritual connection or not.

Click below for more information about Thea Wessel's professional credentials, involvement in the community, and mental health advocacy.

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