Psychological and Therapy Services are available for children, adolescents, adults, and families. The services are provided by licensed counselors, social workers, and doctoral level psychologists. In addition, some services are provided by unlicensed practitioners working under the close supervision of an appropriately credentialed clinician.

Locations:
  • 426 Phoenix Drive, Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Phone:
    717-261-9833
  • 1710 Ritner Highway, Suite 5, Carlisle, PA 17013
    Phone:
    717-243-1326
  • 217 South Carlisle Street, P.O. Box 718, New Bloomfield, PA 17068
    Phone:
    717-582-9922
  • 1681 Kenneth Road, York, PA 17408
    Phone: 717-845-7652  
Mental illness and substance abuse conditions can affect one’s life in subtle ways. The quality of one’s personal and work life can be impacted if a condition is left untreated.

Personal difficulties may include:
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed
  • Relationship problems
  • Anger management problems
  • Excessive worrying
  • Difficulties with child rearing
  • Excessive use of alcohol or other substances
  • Eating disorders
  • Difficulties with making decisions


Job difficulties may include:

  • Loss of productivity due to absenteeism, tardiness
  • Change in personal appearance
  • Inattention, poor concentration
  • Errors and mistakes
  • Accidents and work place injuries
  • Conflicts with co-workers and supervisors
  • Adjustment to change or a new supervisor
  • Workplace violence
 
Getting help is easy. Just call the Laurel Life office closest to you to schedule an appointment. If you are experiencing difficulties similar to those mentioned above, it may be time to seek the help of a mental health professional. Laurel Life provides a wide range of services designed to meet the individual needs of those we serve.
 
Treatment Options includes:

·         Psychiatric Evaluations

·         Medication Management

·         Psychological Evaluations

·         Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy

·         Family Counseling

·         Couples Counseling

·         Group Counseling  Psychotherapy Groups (ie: self-esteem groups, assertiveness groups, anger management, emotional regulation, and many more)


Individual, group and family therapy, and medical/psychiatric treatment services are based on an individualized assessment. Strengths-based service planning is a key component of the partnership between the therapist and the individual. Services are based in Recovery and Resiliency and emphasize treatment partnerships which help people meet their goals and maximize independence.