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2nd Annual Wellness Week for Teens

 Whole and Holy Integrative Wellness, a local, growing mental health and wellness group, is excited to offer our second year of the Wellness Week for Teens, and new this year, a Spanish-speaking Wellness Week for our teenage Latino community.

“At Whole and Holy, we build health and wholeness in the community by providing accessible, integrative mental health services that support mind, body, spirit, and relationships. We believe that helping our teens support their own mental health supports their families and our community,” says Susan Stewart, Director and Owner of Whole and Holy.

Our Wellness Week for Teens offers those ages 14-18 opportunities to build social skills, develop strategies for handling stressors, grow in self-awareness, and gain support from their peers. The week is led by Olga Baron-Lamma, a marriage and family therapist, and other members of the Whole and Holy clinical team, who strongly believe in resourcing our teens before they find themselves in crisis.

“Last year’s week was so much fun! Our teens felt supported by us and by their peers and said they really appreciated the encouragement and coping skills they learned,” offered Ms. Baron-Lamma.

The first Wellness Week runs July 8 through July 12, from 12:30pm to 5:30pm. The Spanish-speaking week runs the following week, July 15 through July 19, also from 12:30pm to 5:30pm. The price for the entire week is $400, and includes lunch in a local, downtown business each day. Scholarships may be available, partly funded by a generous grant from the Rotary Club of Chambersburg Foundation.

Interested families can sign up through our office by calling or texting 717-746-8750 or by emailing They can also get a copy of the flyer (English or Spanish) and sign up using the contact form on our website at

About Whole and Holy Integrative Wellness

Whole and Holy has been serving the Chambersburg community’s need for mental health and wellness care since 2020. Founded by Susan Stewart, LMFT, Whole and Holy exists to support ALL of you – mind, body, spirit, and relationships. Located in downtown Chambersburg, we currently have seven clinicians with various areas of expertise.


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