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Living Easier with Mental Illness


A New Mental Health Movement

Healing With Oneness is an impactful mental health movement for those with a diagnosis of Schizophrenia, Bi-polar, Schizo-affective disorder and/or their caring support network of immediate family and friends.

Moving Forward

We emphasize transparency in everything we do, setting manageable goals and pursuing a clear strategy that seeks to move your journey forward. We are constantly growing and adapting to the changes in society, and invite you to learn more about how you can make an impact.

Creating A Positive Influence

We hope to positively influence those influenced by mental illness in a purposeful way that brings meaning to each member to celebrate the greatness of their life, not defined by their label or condition. This is where the journey begins.


A Home of Understanding

As I share a diagnosis of Schizophrenia, I personally look forward to having you join us as a member of our community; home of caring, respect and understanding.

All Hands In
Outdoor Meditation

“The schizophrenic drowns in the same waters the mystic swims with delight.” 
Joseph Cambell

The Wounded and the Healer

Successful Healing Starts Deep

The 'Complementary' Medicine Man

Ancient tribal cultures had those who were named ‘Medicine Man,’ ‘Witch Doctor,’ ‘Shaman,' 'Snake Woman.' These tribal people were highly important for the flourishing of the tribe, and also the maintenance and beneficiality of the functioning of the tribe as well. People with mental illness have a great likeness to these ancient healers, they have the same gifts and abilities, too.

The 1-2% of the Population

There is a direct link in relation to the 1-2% of the population who have severe mental illness, and the Shaman, Witch Doctor, Medicine Man, Snake Woman, who were the 1-2% of their tribal population, who helped to heal their tribesmen.

Know Thy Self

There is a clear difference between someone who is empowered; who comes from deep integrity of knowing oneself, and who can help people from that place, than from someone who is having a hard time simply staying afloat on the shore! A great part of the work I choose to do is to help us to differentiate between ‘the wound’ and ‘the healer.’

Moving Towards Wholeness

When we call ourselves ‘the wounded healer’ we are sincerely combining the wound and the healing. There is a time when the healing creates a deep connection within, and that helps an individual move towards wholeness, and then they can move forward and begin helping others. They can come from deep integrity of knowing thyself, and they can become a healer themselves.

Aboriginal Cultural Dance
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