Whole Health Collaborative

260 Center St, Suite 5 & 6, Middleboro, MA, 02346



Sarah Dionne, BFA, MSW, LICSW

Psychotherapist, Life Coach & PSYCH-K® Facilitator

Sarah specializes in anxiety, body image, eating disorders, and problems related to trauma. She has a Bachelor degree in fine art, Master in psychotherapy and is a certified Yoga instructor.  Drawing from a wide range of creative skills combined with mental health treatment, Sarah works with each of her clients to support them in finding their own personal way to healing and achieving goals.  Sarah has a deep understanding of how physical, nutritional & behavioral health impacts mental and spiritual well-being, which she uses in conjunction with 13 years of experience in mental health counseling.  Click here to learn more about Sarah's journey to founding WHC.

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Online Payments for Sarah Dionne Are  Now for Telehealth Clients Only.

Bryanna Wynn, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Bryanna graduated Lincoln Technical Institute in 2012 for massage therapy.  She is passionate about massage and what it can offer to the people she serves.  She always strives to create a comfortable and relaxing environment for her clients.  Bryanna loves making people feel relieved from pain, relaxed and stress fee.  She specialized in deep tissue, especially techniques for the neck, shoulders and lower back to relieve tension and pain.  She also offers a soothing, calming touch for someone who prefers a more relaxing massage.  Bryanna is committed to sharing knowledge to her clients about the body and the benefits of getting frequent massages.

"Massage is not a luxury, it's a way to a healthier and happier life" - B. Wynn

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Lori Hoyt, MFT, LMHC

Marriage & Family Counselor and Psychotherapist

"I believe in the power of positivity. We have all experienced negativity and major stressors in our life, and thus feel a negative, often painful, impact. We all have stories, situations and experiences that have influenced us, sometimes they are overwhelming. I believe if we have a safe place to work through our stressors we have a much improved chance to live the happiness that we all deserve.

"I  have worked with many different populations of clients including children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.  I do not specialize in one particular area, I have chosen to work with many different people and the situations they are dealing with.  I have worked with clients who are struggling with Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, pre marital and marital issues, addiction, anger management, PTSD, gender issues, schizophrenia, schizoaffective, trauma, ADHD, family issues, domestic violence, divorce and more.  I have also worked with military, first responders, and other clinicians. My clients will often say that, when they leave our sessions, they carry me on their shoulders, reminding them to work very hard at finding the positive in every situation." 


“It's a funny thing about life, once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack.” - Germany Kent

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Melissa Shea, M.Ed, LMHC

Psychotherapist & School Adjustment Counselor

"My therapeutic philosophy invokes the image of a kaleidoscope, where making the slightest shift can change a view dramatically thus creating an alternate design or in the case of therapy, an alternate perspective; one that may assist us in shifting our own actions, interactions and reactions to the challenges and/or stressors of life. 

"Therapy can be a great time to understand where you have been, consider where you are in this moment, and make a conscious choice as to where you want to go. What changes do you want to make? What goals do you want to achieve? What does it mean to you to feel better? 

"As a therapist, I am collaborative, meaning our work together is a mutual and dynamic process. I actively encourage clients to be open, honest, willing to learn, to grow and change. I will provide you a safe space where you can explore, challenge, and question your own thinking, your own behaviors, and your own perspectives, while at the same time find new skills and strategies that you can use in your everyday life to successfully deal with stress, anxiety, depression, mood dysregulation and sensory overload. 

"I'm able to adapt my counseling approach, activities and interventions to meet and address the expressed needs of my clients. I work with an expansive range of clients from children, tweens and teens to young adult and adult."

I would enjoy the opportunity to work with you.

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