dohi Center for Well-being

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Press Release 11/11/2014

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dohi Center for Well-being is now accepting new clients in Waynesboro, PA

Waynesboro, PA, November 11, 2014:  dohi Center for Well-being, LLC, owned and operated by Timothy R. Test, Sr., Ph.D., N.D., MCA, CSC, CCDS, CRC and Charlotte M. Test, N.D., B.A., CLC, RAS, is now accepting new clients for substance use disorders (SUD), co-occurring disorders, and mental health counseling for drug-free treatment in Franklin County.  Located at 1663 East Main Street in Waynesboro, dohi Center for Well-being is a facility that specializes in health and wellness services for children through adults, and Veterans and families.  Our services include:

  • Mental Health Counseling
    • substance abuse and co-occurring disorders
    • trauma, grief, and crisis
    • anger management
  • Health Psychology
    • nutrition and lifestyle management
    • health and illness management
    • meditation, relaxation, wellness seminars and workshops
  • Employee Assistance Program service provider
  • Life Care Planning
    • disabilities dispute
    • end of life planning
  • Holistic therapies in Rehabilitation Counseling and Wellness Coaching

The dohi Center team of therapists holds degrees and certifications in Psychology, Rehabilitation Counseling, Criminal Justice, Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders, Hypnotherapy, Life Coaching, and Naturopathy.  The dohi facility is licensed by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to provide outpatient drug-free treatment for Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders, and Dr. Test is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

The peaceful atmosphere of dohi Center and the skill of the therapists offer the opportunity for clients to receive treatment discreetly while they engage in health transformation activities that everyone can benefit from regardless of their healing needs.



The skills and knowledge of our team of specialists are at the cutting edge in holistic therapies with the understanding of the link between the mind, body, and spirit.  Our therapists work to meet the individual on his or her initial level, and then design a personalized plan for a journey toward total life transformation. Our approach to addiction treatment and co-occurring disorders is based on decades of clinical and scientific research and time-tested methodologies while we utilize the caring person-center approach to counseling.  We pride ourselves in the support and services we offer to those who struggle with addiction by providing a structure in which they can be successful in recovering and improving their overall well-being.


Mindfullness-based cognitive behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, and the stages of change model have been developed from evidence-based practices.  These models provide us with an engaging, fresh, and interactive approach to improving well-being.  To offer a truly holistic program of an integration of treatments, we incorporate the best practices we find for addiction and mental health with the vital fundamentals of body, mind and spirit wellness.


Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality care while maintaining a comfortable and soothing environment, putting emphasis on the individual rather than the disease label.  We tailor our approach to each client by identifying his or her particular needs from which we create specific individualized plans.


Clients are encouraged to attend support group meetings several times a week and weekly community meetings, in addition to the individual therapy sessions and group sessions at dohi Center as the primary focus.  This ensures each client attains the most therapeutic benefits possible.  Each client is empowered to be well.


Several psycho-educational classes are offered, emphasizing the evidenced-based treatment modalities of Mindfulness Meditation, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Stages of Change, Community Therapy Model, and Systems Thinking.

These classes offer clients the opportunity to assess their current situations, clearly define goals and develop necessary coping skills and strategies.  In addition to these classes, clients may participate in life skills classes, wellness groups, guidance in nutrition, anger management, and meditation.


Clients receive at least 1 individual therapy session per week with their primary therapist.


Facilitated by our staff, clients have the opportunity to explore issues and process their efforts in recovering and improving well-being in a safe, peer-supported atmosphere.


One or more family therapy sessions are offered during a client’s treatment. The purpose is to include important people in the treatment process, such as a significant other, child, parent, sibling, friend or employer. This program is educational and therapeutic with respect to helping loved ones understand the process of chemical dependency and how to implement healthy coping strategies — especially when there are feelings of anxiety or fear, or a crisis arises.

Chances for improving well-being and recovery are increased by family participation, and because of this, we ask all clients to encourage family members and/or loved ones to take part. In addition, most of the activities our clients participate in are beneficial to everyone’s health and well-being.  Insights in the working aspects of relationships are discussed, as well as areas where changes may occur.


Recovering from addictions and improving well-being involves a lifelong way of living; each client’s works with their primary therapist in developing a continuing care plan.  Upon leaving the services at dohi Center for Well-being, clients are empowered with the appropriate contacts and referrals which help in continuing along the road to healing and enjoying better well-being.

Call us at 717-473-4980

dohi Center for Well-being

Timothy R. Test, Sr., Ph.D., N.D., LPC, MCA, CSC, CCDS, CRC, Chief Clinical Director

Charlotte M. Test, N.D., B.A., CLC, RAS, D&A Project Director


Author: Charlotte Test, N.D., M.A, CLC, M-RAS, CAADC

I've been working in the field of natural medicine for several years; as a traditional Naturopath and Master Herbalist since 2002 and as a Certified Natural Health Practitioner since 1997. I have my Masters Degree in Health Psychology with a Post-Master's in General Psychology concentration in counseling and psychotherapy for mental health and addiction. I am a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I co-own with my spouse a Pennsylvania state licensed drug and alcohol outpatient facility where we provide therapy for substance abuse and mental health. We provide our clients with a holistic experience in therapy. Our specialties include EMDR, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, and Mindfulness-based approaches.

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