What we aren’t saying about death by suicide

Shhh! Don’t talk about it!                                                            What we aren’t saying about death by suicide Mary Ruth Cross, MS, MFT, NCC, RPT-S CEO/Owner Treehouse Family Counseling Services. Did you know that the suicide … Read More

Understanding Teenage Cutting

Understanding Teenage Cutting Q & A with a Professional Therapist Caitlyn Valle, LMFT With suicide listed as the second leading cause of death in individuals 10-34 years of age in the United States, it’s not surprising that this epidemic of self-injury is receiving mainstream media attention in popular music, online, and in television and radio programming. In 2016, nearly 45,000 … Read More

3 Signs Your Teenager May Be Suicidal

3 Signs Your Teenager May Be Suicidal By: Dilini Dharmawardana, LMFT Everyone struggles, but sometimes that struggle becomes so real or so difficult that suicide is thought of over using the skills learned over time to deal with problems. “Suicides among young people continue to be a serious problem. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children, adolescents, … Read More

Celebrate Mother’s Day –Challenges and Rewards

Celebrate Mother’s Day –Challenges and Rewards By Marta A. Gea Franca, LMFT May is the month we celebration mother’s day. Some people may say that mother’s day is every day due to the amount of responsibility it takes to be a mother and raise children. There are many expectations in society about the role of women regarding motherhood. Being a … Read More

[Video] Flooded Feelings

Sometimes when you are starting counseling it can feel like the flood gates of your feelings have opened up. It’s the therapist’s job to make a safe environment for the feelings to come forward at a pace that works for the client. Here at Treehouse Family Counseling Services we make it a safe place to play and heal. Just listen … Read More