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Hello May!
Happy Mother's Day to all of our mother's! Whether you are a pet mom, a plant mom, or a human mom, Mother's Day is for you! 

01. From the Blog
02. Meet Our Providers
03. New Aesthetic Services
04. Book Corner with Dr. Newman: “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

From the Blog | 01

Meet Our Providers  | 02
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Rachel Maloney, MSW, LSW
Rachel Maloney is a clinical licensed social worker who holds a master’s degree in social work from The Ohio State University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and families in a variety of clinical contexts, to include the school and community-based settings, as well as the intensive residential treatment setting. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy in her work and operates from a strengths-based framework, to assist her clients in finding healing from the wounds of life and empowering them to reach their full potential. Her goal is to help her clients in the process of discovering all that they are capable of. Rachel has experience working with individuals struggling with a broad range of mental health related concerns, sexual addiction issues, significant trauma histories, family issues, and various interpersonal and relational challenges. Additionally, she believes that incorporating faith into her work as a counselor is a highly effective component in the overall success of her clients, for those who desire this in their treatment.

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New Aesthetic Services
Did you know that Holistic offers beautifying services? Whether you wish to get rid of your wrinkles, smooth or brighten your face, we are here to help! We offer disport, botox, kybella, dermal fillers, and other services. Consultation is free and you get a current patient discount! Heidi Gum, MHP, PA-C who has 20 years of experience in aesthetics, is excited to start offering this service to our patients! Don’t wait, schedule your consult and claim your discount today!

“The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse” by Charlie Mackesy
This May, I am rereading the Charley Mackesy's book The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse. Charlie Macksey has been a cartoonist for The Spectator and is a renowned illustrator and warrior for social change. His simple and whimsical story takes us on a springtime journey with four friends who ponder and consider life's big questions. The ink drawings and illustrations are reminiscent of a child's fable but are ripe with philosophy, wisdom and wanderlust. The boy is full of questions, mole is looking for cake. The fox is mostly silent, because life has been hard for him. The horse is the biggest thing the friends have seen, but he is the gentlest. "When have you been at your strongest?" asked the boy. "When I have dared to show my weakness." "Asking for help isn't giving up." said the horse. "It's refusing to give up." Mackey states that he has crafted this book for everyone, whether you are eighty or eight. I hope the book encourages readers to be kind to themselves and take some advice straight from the horse's mouth. Happy reading!
- Dr Newman

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Archbishop Mor Cassianus: Afterlife, Energy, Meditation, and Hesychasm
We were honored to interview Archbishop Mor Cassianus Yuhanon Lewis at Saint Sophia Syriac Orthodox Cathedral, located at 1493 Indianola Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43201.  Archbishop runs a soup kitchen and crisis center providing 3,500 to 4,000 home cooked meals per month.  Ever since he was a little boy, in St. Charles, Missouri, he felt called to serve God and became an altar boy as soon as he was old enough to be one.  As he matured, he decided to start a family and serve in the US Navy.  The calling to serve God never stopped though and it became stronger in his mid-thirties.  This is when he went through a divorce, left the military, and became a monk.  Archbishop says that he is blessed to have a son out of his marriage, who turned out to be a wonderful man.  In his interview, he shares his passion for God and for serving people.  If you would like to learn more about Archbishop Mor Cassianus or perhaps you would like to visit the soup kitchen, or donate to fight hunger locally with Archbishop, listen to our interview or visit his social media.

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Psychic Mediumship with Victor Paruta
We had the pleasure of interviewing Victor Paruta, Psychic Medium.  Victor has been one of Cincinnati’s most trusted psychic mediums for decades.  Now living in Now living in St. Petersburg, Florida, Victor agreed to be interviewed via Zoom and you can listen to the whole interview below.  He is available for virtual readings worldwide and in-person readings locally.  His psychic abilities include clairvoyance, mediumship (communicating with those in spirit), psychometry (reading objects) and reading tarot, photos, buildings and places. He is also an animal communicator and paranormal investigator. Victor was voted Cincinnati’s Best Psychic by Cincinnati Magazine for his “mysteriously accurate and compelling readings.”  He founded Cincinnati’s Victory of Light Expo in 1992 and was its Executive Director until 2021. The expo, one of the Midwest’s largest Body, Mind and Spirit Events, is now owned and operated by Body Mind Spirit Celebration: The Festival of ALL Things Holistic. ( Victor was on the faculty of Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center in Covington, Kentucky, where he taught classes in psychic development, ghosts and hauntings, past lives and other metaphysical topics.  If you want to learn more about Victor, or book a reading with him visit his website below.

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