You made it! Maybe you have been looking for a long time, or maybe you just found us today. Either way, we’re so glad you’re here. Finding a therapist can be daunting. We get it. So, we want make it easier for you. Whether you have been in therapy before or this is your first time, our therapists are sensitive to the anxiety that meeting a new one can be. And, our offices provide a peaceful environment with comfortable couches and photographs of trees on the walls.
A healthy tree roots into the ground. It also reaches upwards and outwards to get what it needs to continue growing. You might wonder, what do trees really have to do with starting therapy? Well, nothing directly. But learning new ways to grow and get what you need can help a whole lot. And sometimes we need some help figuring out what we need AND how to get it.
That’s where we come in.
We can help you reconnect with yourself & the world around you.
Hawthorne Tree therapists work with clients who are dealing with all kinds of challenges like addiction, anxiety, OCD, relationships, adjusting to living with chronic illness or chronic pain. We also have expertise in working with LGBTQ folks and allies of these communities.
We believe in therapy. We have seen it work. Our therapists help you develop tools from evidence-based treatments like DBT, ACT and CBT. But – more importantly – we know that you have to feel comfortable with your therapist. This is the most solid path to feeling better.
You don’t have to do this alone! You and your therapist will create a plan to help you get closer to where you want to be.
If you want to get more grounded and reach out for the life you’ve always wanted, we are ready when you are!
Connect with us today and let’s make this happen.
Frequently Asked Questions
Getting Started FAQ
We strive to help make getting started in therapy as easy as possible. If these FAQs don’t answer your questions, please ask us. We are happy to help!
As a new client, you likely have questions about what to expect from therapy. We’ve addressed come of the questions that a lot of folks ask about getting started in therapy.