Margaret (Peggy) Oeschger, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Louisville in Kentucky.  She began private practice work in 1983 with her husband, Dr. David Oeschger, who founded WellSpring and served as its director until cancer took his life in June 2006.  Since that time Peggy has assumed the role of Director and also continues to maintain a counseling caseload.  Peggy’s graduate and employment experience prior to entering private practice was obtained in settings including a child guidance clinic, Veterans Administration Hospital, juvenile detention facility, and university campus counseling center.  She counseled at the Safe Landing Youth shelter in Akron from 1981 - 1885, and she completed her doctoral clinical internship at the Child and Adolescent Services Center in Canton, Ohio.  Peggy treats children/adolescents, adults, couples, and families suffering from a wide range of problems in living and relationships.  She utilizes an understanding of Biblical principles, character development, and compassion in her counseling.  Peggy has resided in the City of Green area since 1979, and she has two adult children.
Brian Tindall, Ph.D. holds both the Professional Clinical Counselor and Independent Marriage and Family Counselor licenses.  He is a member of both the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association of Christian Counselors.  Brian completed requirements for his doctorate in Guidance and Counseling, with special emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, at the University of Akron in 1998.  Brian has worked with individuals, couples, and families in a variety of settings, including juvenile court, residential treatment, community-based agencies, and private practice.  His initial counseling experiences began in 1978, and he entered private practice in 1985.  Brian resides in Copley with his wife, Julie, and their two children.
Antionette T. Cooper, Psy.D.,  is a psychologist and graduate of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.  She has extensive experience in individual psychotherapy, marriage counseling, and psychological testing with adults.  Toni is especially interested in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and adult survivors of dysfunctional families.  In addition to her work in private practice since 1986, she has also served as a college instructor, pastoral counselor and public speaker to professional groups and radio audiences.  Toni is available for counseling appointments with adults and couples.  She has also created CDs that explain how to develop better coping skills.
Jennifer Morgan, Psy.D., joined WellSpring as a provider of clinical services in June, 2003 under the supervision of Dr. David Oeschger.  She became independently licensed as a psychologist in 2005.  Jennifer completed her undergraduate work at Grove City College where she began integrating her studies of psychology and theology.  Her graduate work in clinical psychology was completed as Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in La Mirada, California.  She returned home to the Northeastern Ohio area to complete her residency at NEOUCOM.  Jennifer has had experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings, conducting psychotherapy and psychological assessment with adults, children, couples, families, and groups.  Jennifer also has a particular interest in teaching and leading workshops/seminars on various mental health issues.  Jennifer and her family reside in the Akron area.
Vince Didato (M.A. Ashland Theological Seminary, M.A. University of Akron) is a licensed clinical counselor who has been in private practice since 1990.  Having served on a pastoral team for six years prior to his working as a therapist, Vince’s clinical work and public speaking combine Biblical spiritual truth with insights into the brokeness of our human condition that offers a compassionate strategy for hope and healing.  He specializes in marital and family therapy
Jack Hrinak, M.Ed., LPCC, IMFT, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist.  He is a clinical member and approved supervisor for AAMFT (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy).  Jack has worked with children, adolescents, adults, marital couples, and families in a variety of settings:  community agencies, men’s residential treatment program for drug and alcohol addictions and private practice.  He specializes in mood disorders, marriage and family counseling and parent/child conflict.