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HELPING PEOPLE HEAL

At Willow Tree Healing Center we recognize the courage required to embark on a journey toward healing. We believe that healing is possible for everyone. Thank you for taking the first steps. We would be honored to walk with you on your transformational journey of healing the Self.

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INDIGENOUS LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT

We acknowledge that we are on stolen land. The Dakota and Anishinaabe people have lived in harmony with this land for thousands of years. Our colonizer ancestors committed acts of genocide, ethnic cleansing and forced removal to take this land from them. We have benefitted, and continue to benefit, from this violence. The Dakota and Anishinaabe people continue to live on their land and flourish, despite ongoing colonialism and oppression. We stand with Indigenous communities. We work to amplify voices of Indigenous leadership and commit to investing in Indigenous healing practices.

CLINICAL SPECIALTY AREAS

Trauma and Abuse * Post-Traumatic Stress * Borderline Personality Disorder * Eating Disorders * Dissociative Disorders * Relationship Issues * Depression * Anxiety * Stress Management Difficulties * Substance Abuse * Attachment Issues * Chronic Health Issues * Grief and Loss * Criminal Justice System Involvement * First Responders

Primary Therapeutic Interventions

EMDR * Ego-state Therapy * Mind-body therapies * DBT-informed therapy * Cultural Somatics

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Willow Tree Healing Center3 days ago
According to a 2022 MDH report, 87.2% of social worker and 89.1% of other mental health providers identify as white. Over the next twenty months, grant monies will fund the cost of training for social work, marriage and family, and clinical counseling from underrepresented communities.

And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

~ Anais Nin