Diaspora Therapies

Diaspora meaning:

Greek, from diaspeirein ‘disperse’, from dia ‘across’ + speirein ‘scatter’. The term originated in the Septuagint (Deuteronomy 28:25) in the phrase esē diaspora en pasais basileias tēs gēs ‘thou shalt be a dispersion in all kingdoms of the earth’.

The term diaspora comes from an ancient Greek word meaning “to scatter about.” And that’s exactly what the people of a diaspora do — they scatter from their homeland to places across the globe, spreading their culture as they go. The Bible refers to the Diaspora of Jews exiled from Israel by the Babylonians.

Diaspora Essentials

Essential oils are basically plant extracts. They’re made by steaming or pressing various parts of a plant (flowers, bark, leaves, or fruit) to capture the compounds that produce fragrance. It can take several pounds of a plant to produce a single bottle of essential oil. In addition to creating a scent, essential oils perform other functions in plants, too.

Get Inspired

“Before the first snow, I collect fading flowers and petals, leaves, and bark, and make my own potpourri. Once everything is dried, I arrange it in a large glass bowl. I go on to add a few drops of tea tree and cinnamon essential oils. The rich autumn scent carries me through the ice, snow, and below-zero temperatures.”

Kate Angell, The Bakeshop at Pumpkin and Spice

“Allow things in your life which make your heart sing, feed your soul or nourish you on a daily basis.”

Andrew Pacholyk


About Our Offering

We believe that happiness and well-being come from maintaining emotional and life balance. Challenges during life are a normal part of life, and at Diaspora Therapies and Diaspora Essentials, we work with you to develop the skills necessary to effectively manage these challenges and enhance your emotional wellbeing.

The Holistic Approach

A holistic approach to mental health puts the patient, not their diagnosis or their symptoms, at the center of their treatment plan. By addressing your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual needs, a holistic approach to mental health looks at the whole you

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