INDEPENDENCE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) welcomed Lamplight Counseling Services to Independence. The private practice, which treats both children and adults, has a variety of therapies and services available.

“I am proud to welcome Lamplight to our community,” said Rep. Anielski. “They do important work in helping those constituents who may need therapeutic services.”

“Lamplight Counseling Services is a private practice dedicated to providing each family with the mental health services they need to be happy and healthy,” said Bridget Richard. “From adults who benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy to children who engage in play therapy, we are able to tailor a therapeutic approach for the challenge anyone is facing in their life.”

Lamplight Counseling Services is located at 6133 Rockside Road in Suite 403 and can be reached at (330) 331-5800.

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