Text us at: (828) 827-7239 [email protected]

Linda Sapp, LCMHC, LCASA


“The wound is the place where the light enters you.”- Rumi

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(Serving ages 16+)

Currently Offering:

In-Person Sessions (limited availability)


Walk & Talk Sessions

[email protected]

TEXT US: (828) 827-7239


My Story

I have long been a curious, passionate, and open hearted individual, which has guided me to be a therapist by profession. Growing up, I naturally tended to expand perspectives of myself, relationships and the world around me. As a sibling of someone who struggled with severe mental health, I found myself operating through a lens of compassion, empathy, and a desire to understand the purpose of an individual’s behavior. I became a therapist to help others to navigate the intricacies of mental health with both themselves and their loved ones, and to realize their unique gifts they can bring to this world.

I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University in 2012, followed by my masters degree from Adler University in 2017. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC), Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate (LCASA), and trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

I view maladaptive behaviors as a pain avoidant strategy, and as an attempt to repair the damage resulting from trauma and attachment wounding. I value transparency, authenticity, compassion—and most importantly, resilience. It’s important to be able to tell our own personal narratives, develop self awareness, and dare to live fiercely in order for our relationship with ourselves and others to flourish.

use strengths-based, holistic approach, and utilize expressive arts, CBT, DBT, EMDR, and interpersonal therapy. When working with eating disorders specifically, utilize the Health At Every Size, All-Foods Fit, Anti-diet framework, and have completed basic training in Embodied Recovery for Eating Disorders (ERED). I believe in the importance of processing and learning skill based strategies in order to improve interpersonal effectiveness and distress tolerance.

When I am not working, enjoy connecting with my loved ones, camping, dancing, live music, playing with my dog, and taking care of my house plants. Finding the balance of work, social time, and peaceful solitude has been a joy, and my hope in our therapeutic journey together is to help you find balance in what is meaningful to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know that our sessions will stay private?
We are bound by law and ethics to keep everything you share with your therapist confidential. Winter to Spring Wellness is known as a “covered entity” under HIPAA, which means that we’re subject to all HIPAA rules and guidelines. This will be discussed with you in your first session in more detail.
Do you offer online sessions?
Absolutely. We offer both teletherapy sessions to clients who prefer online to in-person appointments. These sessions are offered in a HIPAA compliant video platform.
Does Winter to Spring Wellness accept insurance?
Yes, we do! We accept many major insurance plans, including Blue Cross, Anthem, Optum, United, Aetna. This can vary by the provider. To view what insurance plans your preferred clinician accepts, please view their profile page for more information.
What can I expect from my first session?
The initial session is the time for you to begin establishing rapport with your therapist. Furthermore, the initial session is where the therapist gathers vital information regarding the presenting concerns, goals, history and mental wellness. The allowed time frame for the initial visit is approximately 55-60 minutes.
Can I pick the therapist I would like to work with myself?
Absolutely! We want your sessions to be successful and will tailor them to your needs. You can review our provider profiles online, or you can give us a call, and we’ll offer guidance based on specialties and certifications.
How long do I have to be in therapy?
You don’t have to do anything! If you want to make meaningful changes to your life and relationships, the length of treatment is based on your needs and goals. Your therapist will work with you to identify a treatment plan that suits your timeline. We promise we won’t keep you for longer than needed.

“Life is difficult. This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult—once we truly understand and accept it—then life is no longer difficult.”

M.Scott Peck, M.D.

Get in Touch

Currently offering:

Limited In-Person Sessions, Telehealth Sessions,    Walk & Talk Sessions [email protected]

TEXT: (828) 827-7239

Accepted Insurances BCBS, Aetna, Private Pay

Open Hours

Mon – Fri — 8:00am – 9:00pm Saturday — 9:00am – 3:00pm Sunday — 9:00am – 3:00pm

28 Schenck Parkway, Ste. 200, Asheville, NC 28803