At The Tree House Center for Growth and Learning our main goal is to have fun. We incorporate different types of programs to fit the needs all children. We want to motivate kids to grow in their best environment possible.
We are in-network with some insurance providers. Insurance is accepted for most of our programs. Please contact the office for further details.
The Tree House Groups are for children aged 7-13 who would like to have four hours a week of fantastic fun, increase their self-esteem and confidence, make new friends and rapidly increase his or her right brain (creative) learning!!!
Activities are designed to meet the needs of any child whether they need additional support or are typical in development.
NEW THIS FALL!! This group is beneficial to all tween girls struggling with social and emotional issues. The goal of the group is to empower girls and build their self confidence by understanding who they are and taking care of themselves. This group isn't just a place to learn skills and strategies—it’s also a place to connect with and support each other. It’s a positive environment where tweens can rely on each other for encouragement and fun.
Calling all teens interested in gaming such as, MAGIC: The Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, YuGiOh, and Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. The Tree House Gamers Club is the perfect opportunity for your teen to enhance his/her development in areas related to social skills including conversation skills, conflict resolution and making/maintaining friendships.
We have several therapists on staff experienced in counseling children ages 3-18 years old. We use play based therapy, drawing, college, books and games that all seem like normal play to children but serves many different purposes in diagnosing and treating children.
We have several therapists on staff experienced in counseling children and family. Family therapy can be helpful in many cases, such as when family members do not get along; disagree or argue often; or when a child is having behavior problems. Family therapy involves counseling sessions with some, or all, family members to help improve communications skills. Treatment focuses on problem-solving techniques.