Everyone deserves a treehouse
We help children, adolescents and adults heal from trauma in Langley and the Fraser Valley
Treehouses are havens. And while not everyone can have an actual treehouse, we all need a place that offers friendship, comfort and security. Somewhere we’re free to BE ourselves on the path to becoming our BEST selves.
At Treehouse Trauma Centre, we offer people a haven—a place where those who’ve experienced trauma learn how to identify, process and move beyond the hurt and live life with purpose and joy. Using proven therapy techniques, our team of therapists works with people of all ages, from young children to teens to adults, on the path to healing and hope.
- Play-therapy for young children
- Therapy for adults
- Therapy for pre-teens
- Therapy for teens
- Trauma Therapy
- Online Therapy for kids
- Online Therapy for adults
(Services are available in Afrikaans, English, French and German)
We believe in
Our humanist approach helps children and adults become the best version of themselves. We’ll guide you as you discover the agency you already have within—to live life with purpose, joy and hope.
Unhealthy family situations, childhood trauma or abuse, or mental health issues can leave you feeling stuck. We’ll help you emerge from a rut, untangle a conflict and take down the walls that block your progress by equipping you with the tools you need to assess and handle difficult situations—and get unstuck.
Openness and Acceptance
We have a deep affinity with those who’ve experienced trauma and abuse. That’s why we don’t judge; instead, we offer empathy, inclusivity, openness and acceptance. Everyone is welcome here.
The Healing Power of Play
We’re serious about children’s mental and emotional health. That’s why our practice is rooted in playfulness—which helps establish connections while having fun in a safe, stable environment. We let kids be kids, even as they process trauma or stress. But kids aren’t the only ones who benefit from play therapy; adults benefit, too!
We’re committed to helping children and adults form healthy attachments that reduce friction, increase relationship satisfaction and bring lasting healing.