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Our body, mind and spirit are the components of who we are. Hopefully they are in a healthy balance- a positive sense of self-worth, joy in our relationships, and values that bring meaning to our lives. When that balance is no longer held in the positive side of our lives, when emotional pain, or broken relationships, or a lack of purpose prevail, the need for support and a healing journey can offer a pathway to hope.
Dr. Wenrich has been committed to the healing arts all his professional life. Creating a safe and non-judgmental space for those in need of healing is both a privilege and a sacred trust where together we seek to recreate a healthy balance.
Both as a psychotherapist in private practice for the last 20 years, and a Lutheran pastor for 36 years (now retired), has provided Alan with vast experiences dealing with the pain and suffering of many lives. These same years have also provided him with the joy of being a part of the healing process with numerous lives.
Dr. Wenrich has earned a Bachelors in psychology from Penn State University, a Masters in Divinity from the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, PA. He accomplished a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He also holds certification in pastoral counseling from the Hershey Medical Center – Penn State University, certification from the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation in Washington, D.C. and certification as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist from the Pennsylvania College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.
Music has been a passion in Alan’s life from playing trumpet in junior and senior high school to singing in the church choir to having sung in the Harrisburg Choral Society, the Messiah College Choral Arts Choir and presently singing for his 20th year in the Harrisburg Singers. His latest musical adventure is learning how to play the cello along with his granddaughter, Lily Grace.