Mayor Nancy Peckford, Megan Cumming, CEO of the Kemptville Stress Relief Centre and Deputy Mayor Jim McManaman

The Kemptville Stress Relief Centre (KSRC) is the newest local business to be welcomed to the growing Old Town Kemptville Business Improvement Association (BIA) family. The Board of Management of BIA welcomed KSRC as it officially opened its new location on Saturday, March 20.

Having recently relocated to 28 Clothier Street East, the KSRC is part of the growing sector of health and wellness businesses that have chosen Downtown Kemptville as their home. This trend symbolizes not only the need and demand for these products and services, but also that locating your business downtown is considered a smart financial decision.

With the ongoing negative impact to our collective mental health caused by the pandemic, demand for mental health services has increased dramatically. KSRC has a full team of qualified, compassionate mental health professionals who have been able to satisfy that demand through the creation of a welcoming, safe and inclusive space for those who are struggling. Their full suite of services, including relief from stress & anxiety, trauma therapy and couples counselling, are also offered virtually.

“I am so pleased to have our business be a part of the Downtown once again. We thank the BIA for the warm welcome, and look forward to supporting this incredible community from the heart of Kemptville”. Meagan Cumming – CEO – Kemptville Stress Relief Centre.

“We’re excited to welcome this well-established and distinguished psychotherapy and counselling service provider to our Old Town Kemptville BIA family. Meagan and her team have already demonstrated their commitment to Downtown Kemptville through their considerable community volunteer efforts. We look forward to their continued success in both serving the needs of their clients and helping us build a bright future for the downtown”. Debbie Wilson – Board Chair – Old Town Kemptville BIA.

While COVID restrictions are in effect, services are provided through phone and video. The centre says once in-person services resume, clients can access counselling and psychotherapy in person through Smiths Falls or the Kemptville centre, as well as virtually. For more information about the KSRC or to book an appointment, follow their Facebook page Kemptville Stress Relief Centre, visit their website, email them at [email protected] or call them at 613-701-7574.


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