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New Counseling Center Opens in Cumberland County

Connections Relational Therapy, a counseling practice initially established in 2021 in Selinsgrove, has expanded its services to Cumberland County with a new location. The center opened its doors at 355 21st St. in Camp Hill on Monday, marking its second facility aimed at enhancing mental health services in the region.

The therapy center provides a broad array of counseling options tailored to meet the needs of individuals, couples, and families. Specializing in various therapeutic areas, Connections Relational Therapy addresses issues ranging from anxiety and depression to trauma recovery and challenges in relationship or sexual intimacy. The team of compassionate therapists is dedicated to offering personalized support and guidance, empowering clients to overcome obstacles and improve their overall well-being.

In addition to one-on-one counseling sessions, the new location will feature workshops, support groups, and a variety of educational resources, further supporting the community’s mental health needs. These offerings are designed to foster a culture of acceptance, empathy, and collaboration, aligning with the practice’s mission to be a trusted ally in the mental health journeys of its clients.

Celebrating the launch of its new branch, Connections Relational Therapy is providing complimentary consultations for new clients, inviting the community to explore the services and support available. This initiative reflects the practice’s commitment to accessibility and community engagement, aiming to make mental health services more reachable for residents of Cumberland County.


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