A wide spectrum of circumstances, ideas, beliefs, and conditions surround emotional or mental health. The actual definition of mental health is: a condition of peace of mind, contentment, and positive beliefs and attitudes (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). If you take a moment to think about the actual definition of mental or emotional health, it isn’t a negative or derogatory term. History has led many to believe that mental health is a form of weakness or something to be kept quiet. It’s quite the opposite!
Mental health and physical health are equal in importance. Our emotional health affects our physical health. We often overlook and fail to realize the overall physical, spiritual, and mental tolls unaddressed stress and other issues can take on every aspect of our daily lives and relationships, whether with coworkers, family, or friends. Learning how to recognize stress, and relax ourselves, has vital and powerful influences on our overall well-being.
The Therapy Tree believes in taking a holistic approach with all of our services. Our counselors and social workers use an assorted blend of client-centered, strengths based, and solution-focused methods to encourage healing and incorporate an educational plan for complete mind and body connection and wellness.
If you are feeling the need for direction, support, relaxation suggestions, or more, please look below and throughout our website to see all that The Therapy Tree has to offer you. If you are not sure whether you can benefit from counseling, please feel free to contact us by phone at (847)265-7300, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our Contact Us page for more information.
We hope that our website gives you comfort and confidence in knowing that you have a group of amazing people waiting to lend a helping hand. Sessions can be a simple one-time meeting to learn how to manage a situation or event, can last for a few weeks or months, or can be set as you see fit.
Sometimes we can anticipate change, other times situations can spring up unexpectedly. We all have different ways of handling change and stress. This is a list of some of the issues that in certain circumstances, can lead to unrecognized stress.
Life Changes and Situations
- Anger Management
- Blended Families
- Coping with Aging Parents
- Coping with Chronic Illness
- Coping with Disaster
- Grief & Loss (Bereavement)
- Teen Development
- Veteran Affairs
If you have received a specific diagnosis from your doctor or are looking at counseling for the first time, you can find a list of information, issues, or disorders where you can find further information.
Mental Health Conditions
- Anxiety Disorders
- Depressive Disorders
There are various techniques used in counseling. Below you can read about various types of therapy.
Types of Counseling Methods
- Solutions-Focused Therapy
- Existential Therapy
- Crisis Counseling
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Meet our Counseling Team
The Therapy Tree Counseling team is responsible for evaluating and listening to client conditions and needs, developing a plan of action, determining specific goals to be accomplished, and recommending any Wellness Center services that might aid in overall mind-body connection and health.
For detailed information on an individual, click on their picture.
For more information on other services we offer adults, including Massage Therapy, Yoga, KiMu Do Martial Arts, and other Wellness classes, please visit our Wellness Center page. For additional information on associations, conditions, and additional information, please visit our Adult Resources page.