A holistic approach to well-being and health
At Treehouse, we take a holistic approach to well-being and health, believing that not all problems should and can be cured through talk therapy alone. We know that being a new mom is the hardest job you will ever have, that modern life is loaded with normal and common stressors, and that sometimes our bodies and brains need support just as much as our hearts. That's why we offer more than just talk therapy to support your healing.
- Lactation Counseling: It may be confusing as to why a "talk-therapy" practice offers such a service. That is because we promote children's health, even at birth. Breast milk provides infants with ideal nutrition, contains essential antibodies for to fight off viruses and bacteria, and reduces an infant's risk of illness and infections. Breastfeeding is a healthy, natural way of providing nutrients to infants needed for proper growth and health. However, breastfeeding can be a daunting and stressful task for new and seasoned mothers alike. When you schedule an appointment with our lactation specialist, you will learn the basics of breastfeeding, the importance of staying on a regular schedule to maintain your supply of milk, and receive expert guidance of positioning, latching techniques, and ways to increase your own comfort. Call us to find out more about this service.
- Reiki Sessions: Reiki is a very simple process, but usually produces quite profound effects. The main purpose of a Reiki treatment is not only to support the physical body, but also to promote a positive mind so you can experience more joy in life. Many who come for Reiki treatments realize that balancing their systems can help them to cope better with a wide range of health conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, chronic pain and infertility to mention a few. Call us to find out more on this service.
- Nutritherapy for Mood and Addiction: The status of our mental health has become a huge focus for clinicians and the general population alike. The evidence linking the food we eat to our state of mind is clear cut and has become increasingly definitive. There is greater evidence of a link between poor diet and worsening mood disorders, including symptoms of depression, anxiety, irritability, addiction, poor focus and concentration. The fact that diet affects our mood makes great sense, as the food we eat directly influences and impacts our ability to regulate and restore neurotransmitters. Well-controlled dietary interventions, with the use of specific supplements, proper nutrition, and vitamins, is needed to fuel our bodies, as well as our brains. Small changes can make big differences. Call us to find out more information on this service.