Family Tree Therapies takes a systems approach to wellness. There are a range of factors that can manifest in seemingly unrelated issues that can affect development and behavior. We identify these factors and help you understand how they impact overall daily functioning and provide you with specific tools and strategies to help.Why we're different
underlying factors contributing to the concerns and behaviors at hand.
how these factors impact language, learning, play, and friendships.
your family with tools and strategies for overcoming such factors.
All of our therapy approaches are rooted in science and performed within the framework of a safe and trusted relationship and environment.View Our Space
Individually designed treatment plans with a holistic approach.
We develop social competencies needed to establish and maintain friendships, solve problems and enhance cooperation within relationships.
We work to develop gross, fine and visual motor skills required to participate in functional activities.
We work to enhance expressive, receptive and social language skills to improve connection and relationships.
We take a team approach to address the orofacial musculature, postural stability and appropriate swallow patterns to facilitate safe feeding and eating skills.
By understanding a child’s sensory system, we are able to provide activities to help maintain self regulation so the child can fully participate in all environments.
We understand that dyslexia and reading challenges are neurodevelopmental in nature and we work as a team to develop the phonological awareness and visual skills needed for being an efficient reader.
Do you have questions regarding your child’s development? Have you shared your concerns with your doctor and not sure of your next steps? We get it.
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Do you have questions or concerns regarding your child?
Are you not sure where to start or what to do?
My baby is very difficult to soothe and hates tummy time. Should I think about therapy for her?
My daughter is anxious and has a really hard time joining in social situations or playing with kids her own age. She doesn’t have a diagnosis, but I’m worried. Should I think about therapy for her?
My child has sensory processing challenges. His clothes have to be just right. He can’t stand certain types of movement, puts everything in his mouth, and he’s always crashing into things. Can you help?
I have general concerns regarding my child’s development, my doctor say he will grow out of it, is there something I can do now?
My son has a very difficult time paying attention, following directions, and reading. Could you help me figure out why he has these challenges and give us tools to help him?
My child doesn’t like certain foods and seems to be very selective when it comes to eating. He has a hard time chewing things. Would therapy help?