Counseling for individuals, couples, and families.
If you think you could benefit from therapy, but aren’t sure how to get started, let’s talk about it.
Therapy and Counseling Services
Individual and Youth Counseling
Discover the best version of yourself.
We consistently struggle with issues like stress, anxiety, depression, work/life balance, vulnerability, and grief. This is where individual therapy comes in.
Couples and Marriage Counseling
Relationships can be hard. Navigate your challenges together.
Couples therapy focuses on the problems existing in the relationship between two people, married or not.
Creating a roadmap for ever-changing family situations.
The goal of family counseling is to help family members improve communication, solve family problems, and understand and handle special family situations.
The help you need from the comfort of your own home.
If you are interested in telehealth services through our HIPAA-compliant platform, please contact us.
Healing Tree Counseling offers a safe and supportive environment for members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Meet Our Therapists
Our therapists strive to break down the old-school stigmas around mental health—we’re fun, down-to-earth humans that enjoy helping others.
Life is hard. Let’s process it together.
There are times we need to talk to someone to help brainstorm new paths. Other times we may need to talk to someone who can help us empower ourselves. All of us need, from time to time, a space to talk with someone in a nonjudgmental space and be heard.
Whether it is one of the issues noted on this list, or you just feel a little “off”, we are here to help. Let’s start a conversation about it.
- ADHD/ ADD
- Grief or Loss
- Work-life Balance
- Stress Management
- Self Esteem
- Blended Families
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