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Mindfulness Workshop:

Mind Body Health Associates

124 W. Front St. Findlay Ohio 45840

March 3 from 2:00 to 6:00

Please register by: March 1

From Healing to Health

Mind Body Health Associates supports clients on the road from healing to health using natural and holistic approaches to realize a life of fulfillment.

During these hours you may come in through our main entrance upon arrival:

Monday 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday 9 AM – 3 PM

We are pleased to continue offering appointments in the evenings and weekends, outside of the business office hours. If your appointment is outside of the above hours, please wait in your vehicle and your provider will call you when they are ready and greet you at the parking lot entrance.

During these hours you may come in through our main entrance upon arrival:

Monday 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday 9 AM – 3 PM

Our Approach

The 5 Pillars are the guiding principles of Mind Body Health Associates. From our clinical interventions to our business practices everything at MBHA revolves around these concepts as they speak to universal truths of the human experience.

Meet Our Team

Holly Schweitzer Dunn

Holly Schweitzer Dunn

Co-founder &Therapist
Landon Dunn

Landon Dunn

Co-founder &Therapist
Andria Doyle

Andria Doyle

Therapist
Audrey Nicholson
Cara Davies Picture

Cara Davies

Therapist
Lou Vermillion

Lou Vermillion

Therapist
Yvonne Cusac

Yvonne Cusac

Therapist

Holly Schweitzer Dunn

Co-founder &Therapist

Landon Dunn

Co-founder &Therapist

Andria Doyle

Therapist 

Audrey Nicholson

Audrey Nicholson

Therapist 

Audrey Nicholson

Cara Davies

Therapist

Lou Vermillion

Therapist

Yvonne Cusac

Yvonne Cusac

Therapist 

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MBHA values all members of the community, and welcomes anyone hurt by the pain of exclusion, particularly as it relates to their race, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual orientation, addiction, and mental or physical abilities. We are okay with the ugly, messy, unkempt parts of life, and we believe in the inherent good and worth of every person.

We commit to acting in a way that heals society and mends broken systems; we commit to creating a culture where all belong.

What do we treat?

Stress

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Mood Regulation

Attention & Focus

Trauma

Relational Difficulties

Addiction

Physical Health

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Patient Portal

Current Patients can access their records here.