CT Wellness Center for
Mind, Body and Spirit
We are a collaborative group of advanced practitioners who assist our clients in reaching their optimal level of wellness. Practitioners from Eastern and Western modalities come together in a welcoming, safe, accepting, spa-inspired space where each client is honored for their courage to step into their ideal state of wellness.
Our current services include mental health therapy, EFT/Tapping, parenting, naturopathy, psychiatric nurse practitioner services, hypnosis, reiki, applied kinesiology, massage therapy, chiropractic, naturopathy, life coaching, substance abuse counseling and spiritual counseling.
Our offices in Sandy Hook, CT and Danbury, CT are convenient to the towns of Danbury, Newtown, New Milford, Brookfield, Bethel, Monroe, Southbury, Woodbury, Sherman, New Fairfield, Bridgewater, and Ridgefield, CT.
Our mental health counselors and clinical social workers are trained in a wide variety of treatment modalities, and provide licensed psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Many of our practitioners are on insurance panels.
Kim Morello, Vicki Scataglini, Karen Schaum Owners of CT Wellness Center
CT Wellness Center, formerly known as CT Counselors opened its doors, becoming part of the Sandy Hook community on May 1, 2009. At the time, we were three therapists with a common goal; to provide counseling support to individuals, families, adolescents, and children. One by one, our group grew. As therapists joined, each brought a unique skill set and energy, enhancing the level of expertise CT Counselors offered.
As time went on, a larger vision was being discussed. "Wouldn't it be nice, if we could create a health and wellness center, offering traditional psychotherapy along with many other healing modalities, all under one roof". The notion was tossed around with excitement as we thought of all the possibilities and all the people who could benefit.
When the tragedy of 12/14 occurred, our focus shifted. Our hearts were broken and our focus became, "How can we help?" Many of us were trained in trauma protocols, so that we could be a beacon of light to those most affected and struggling. We worked collaboratively with other therapists to meet the needs of the community, learn new trauma protocols and support the sudden need for services. More therapists came to work with us to serve the community.
To reflect our current offerings, we have changed our name to CT Wellness Center. We are very excited to see our full vision become a reality and we look forward to continue serving the needs of the community in a more enhanced way. More services are being offered, while having the ability to coordinate care "in house", among our many providers.
Our wonderful practitioners at our 2019 holiday gathering.