260 Center Street, Suites 5 & 6, Middleboro, Massachusetts, 02346
Mental Health Counseling, Life Coaching & Holistic Care
"It was when I stopped searching for home within others and lifted the foundations of home within myself I found there were no roots more intimate than those between a mind and body that have decided to be whole"
What do you need to be happy?
Problems such as Anxiety, depression and traumatic experiences can have serious effects on us far beyond our mental health. Issues that seem to be in our minds are actually effecting our bodies as well.
Living with the serious effects of these problems makes it very hard to carry the burden of demanding lives and high expectations we place on ourselves and by the people around us. There are so many roles to fill, and so much pressure to be on "the right track" to obtain "success".
How can we enjoy this world? How can we feel safe, fulfilled, worthy and successful? How can we feel healthy and strong? How can we love ourselves regardless of the standards others may have set out for us?
Addressing these questions through the mind, body and spirit is the focus of Whole Health Collaborative.
Currently WHC offers psychotherapy and massage therapy. Services soon to be offered are nutritional counseling, reiki, and psychiatry.
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A View of Life:
A Blog By Sarah Dionne,BFA, MSW, LICSW
"The writing found in A View of Life are expressions that come to me along the way. I choose to share them in hopes that they will reach someone searching, someone in need of connection and assurance.
I write about my personal experience with mental illness, eating disorders, addiction, and spiritual separation; about the hardships, hope and the subsequent solace. I also write through a clinical and spiritual lens honestly sharing wisdom gathered along the way.
It is my greatest hope that my writing will help another find insight and healing. Perhaps take a moment to view some of the entries, you may find something that is meaningful to you."