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Stoughton, MA - Traditional medicine treats disease through surgery, radiation and drugs. But many people are now seeking holistic practitioners who, instead, attempt to prevent and heal illnesses at their roots, through a healthy diet, medicinal herbs and intentional living.  

Reverend Dr. Sandy Range is a Cherokee elder and founder of Intentional Self, an holistic counseling and wellness center.

Dr. Sandy is also an ordained minister, spiritual counselor, holistic psychotherapist and hypnotherapist specializing in trauma related disorders. She is a Master Reiki practitioner and hosts traditional Native American healing circles. 

“My philosophy is that human beings have a natural ability to heal themselves when all aspects of the person are addressed,” explains Dr. Sandy. “You cannot effectively treat someone’s ailments and not recognize the whole person. In my practice, we help people to heal and cleanse, and connect with their higher selves in order to live in the world intentionally.”

Dr. Sandy was inspired to pursue holistic health after a devastating medical diagnosis.

“This started me on the path to holistic wellness in every aspect of my life,” explains Dr. Sandy. “My mission is to educate others about holistic healing modalities; to let people know they have an alternative to traditional medicine."

Every individual possesses the ability, power and will to heal themselves. Dr. Sandy encourages people to raise their consciousness to a healthy state of being through alternative wellness modalities. It can open you up to a life of good health and wellbeing in mind, body, and spirit.

For more information on Intentional Self, visit www.intentionalself.com

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