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Mental Health and Stress

A healthy lifestyle goes beyond just eating right and getting exercise, it also includes caring for your emotional and financial well-being. ​ Cone Health employees can take advantage of these self care opportunities to achieve that balance.

Employee Assistance Counseling Program (EACP)

StressProblems can erode your effectiveness, mood and quality of life. EACP helps to minimize or prevent problems from negatively altering relationships, work abilities, and life satisfaction.

Services offered

  • Confidential assessment of problems
  • Counseling for individuals, couples, and families
  • Counseling for adults, adolescents & children, and families
  • Referrals to other specialized services

Call 336-538-7481 to connect with EACP counselors.

All services are confidential and professional. Voluntary use of EACP services will not be noted in any employee records or known by leadership. Cone Health provides EACP services to all employees and their family members. There is no fee nor is insurance filed for the services provided directly by EACP. ​

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Self-Care Classes

Our LiveLifeWell self-care classes to help you achieve your personal and financial goals while also earning points towards our Healthy Rewards program.​​

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Massage Therapy

MassageMassage therapy can be an effective element of self-care because it relieves stress, strengthens the immune system, promotes relaxation and much more.

Services and Pricing*:

  • 30 minutes = $30
  • 1 hour First Time Client Massage = only $45!
  • 90 minute Massages = $85

*This list is not all-inclusive. More choices on the booking website.

Our Therapists

Diane Coad

Diane CoadI have been a licensed massage therapist since 2012. I graduated from Kneaded Energy School of Massage in Greensboro, NC. I have my Master’s in Physical Education (concentration Exercise Science and Sports Psychology) so I am very knowledgeable of anatomy/physiology and I have been working in the areas of wellness, fitness, and modalities of relaxation for over 20 years.

I currently Manage the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Department at Annie Penn Hospital. The modalities/type of massage: Swedish (Relaxation/Therapeutic), Deep Tissue, Trigger Point and Prenatal.

Keyu-Katre Kulla​

Keyu-Katre KullaI have been receiving bodywork my whole life and love being able to share my passion of massage with others. I am a graduate and a former faculty member of Body Therapy Institute.

My approach to massage is to support each persons unique needs and preferences by creating personalized, therapeutic and integrative massage sessions. My goal is to be a source of support to my clients on their journey to finding balance and greater sense of wellness in their lives. ​​

Sarah Murdock

Sarah MurdockI have always wanted to help others. When I found my love for massage and the health benefits that it offers, I knew I wanted to share that with others. I graduated from Body Therapy Institute in 2012 and have been practicing since.

I approach massage in a way that will support each individuals needs or goals by providing therapeutic and integrative bodywork. My goal is to support my clients on their journey towards wellness and wellbeing.

​Julie Rierson

I graduated from Body Therapy Institute in Silk Hope, NC. I have been practicing for 16 years. I have been an employee of Cone Health Alamance Regional for 10 years. My work both on the OB/GYN floor and the Oncology floor. I, also, am the Owner/Operator of One Name Therapeutic Massage located at Summer Winds/Winners’ Gym, Burlington, NC.

I have been married 30 years. I have a son, Julian, and a daughter, Kara, both are married. I have two beautiful granddaughters Sidney (8) and Katelyn (2).

Karen Valdez

Karen ValdezI have been practicing Massage Therapy for over 15 years and have been at Cone Health Alamance Regional for over 5 years.

Massages are individualized for each client based on their needs. There can be quite a few modalities used, deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, Swedish, etc

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this a Swedish, Therapeutic or other type of massage? The type of massage is personalized based the client’s needs and request. An initial interview, assessment and history is taken by the therapist to determine the best technique based on the assessment or request.
  • Is it actually 50 minutes with dress time on either end? 1 hour massages are a full one-hour.
  • How far ahead of the appointment should the client arrive? We suggest that you come 5-10 minutes prior to your first appointment to have time fill out the consent and intake form.
  • Is there any protocol for how someone should dress for the massage? There is no protocol. Clothes can be left on if you desire.
  • I don’t see a time that fits my needs. Please call us at 336-538-8100 for any questions/help or email

Massage Room Locations

Alamance Regional: Grand Oaks Center

Women’s Hospital: Inside Fitness Room

Moses Cone: 4th floor Room #4c200

Annie Penn: Waiting area is 2nd floor lobby

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EACP Brochures


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