TURNING HARMFUL HABITS INTO MEANINGFUL CHANGE
Counseling, Consulting, Education
Since 2007 we have been developing award winning, evidence based, cognitive behavioral services. This proven model of change is now available for everyone. No matter who you are, where you are, or the problems you are facing, we are here to help you make the meaningful changes you need.
WHAT WE DO
A tree has roots in the soil and reaches for the sky
We learned about the process of change the hard way. We spent day after day, year after year, working in prisons, courtrooms and community correctional offices learning about how people in the direst of situations turn their adversity into opportunity. Ben (founder of Three Trees) would drive his trusty truck all over South Carolina's backroads and highways learning about the ingredients of real life change. We filtered all he learned into our award winning, evidence based, cognitive behavioral classrooms that are available to anyone, anywhere.
OUR MODEL EXPLAINED
The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago,
the second best time is right now
COURT MANDATED CHANGE
Our evidence based, award winning, cognitive behavioral groups for court mandated clients are how we got started on offering change to the world. These courses are designed to work for individuals referred by the legal system for issues including substance use, responsible living, domestic violence and sexual violence.
Turning Human Resource Problems into Opportunities
We have a passion for helping organizations who are trying to improve the world. Our workplace change services help address harmful habits that can be impacting productivity, teamwork and accomplishing the goals of your organization. We address issues such as professional resilience, EDI, workplace conflict, harassment, and more! Contact us today to see how we can support your workforce in accomplishing their goals.
COLLEGE CAMPUS CHANGE
Helping Students Thrive, Inside and Outside the Classroom
Three Trees Center for Change has designed a series of courses for students who need a little extra support with their decision making on campus. These cognitive behavioral interventions help students understand the importance of the decisions they are making and provide them the tools to make future choices that are in line with their goals, their well being, and a safe, healthy campus life.
A forest, in reality, is just one organism interconnected and interdependent
Ben started Three Trees at the end of 2007 and is a clinically certified forensic counselor and the author of the Three Trees Center for Change Cognitive Behavioral Workbooks. His role at Three Trees is to ensure that our vision and mission is present in every single aspect of what we do. Ben has been awarded clinical membership in the internationally recognized Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and has received specialized training in the assessment of sociopathic/psychopathic offenders. Ben is the recipient of the Linda J. Allen Community Service Award for “significant contributions that have brought honor and credit to the field of criminal justice.” Recently, Ben has been working on developing cognitive behavioral change for the workplace.
Jamesa is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is trained in EMDR, MRT, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. She has been with Three Trees since interning back in 2010 and she serves the organization by reviewing all clinical practices for quality and compliance to make sure each client and organization receives the highest level of care. Jamesa also coauthors the Three Trees cognitive behavioral workbook series. She was born in Florence, South Carolina and after graduating USC became a lifelong Gamecock fan!
Amine is a native of Morgantown West Virginia. He is a proud Mountaineer and is currently completing his MBA in Data Analytics. He has spent his professional and academic career working to understand how to use data to improve systems and the way we care for people. His role at Three Trees is to shape and expand the future of the services we offer, while ensuring current services reflect the highest of standards and accessibility.
Elizabeth was born in Russia and moved to the US as an infant and remains fluent in both languages. After growing up in Boston she moved to the Carolinas in 2014. She received her B.S. and M.A. in psychology and has worked in numerous fields including residential mental health, medical mental health, and real estate. At Three Trees her role is to facilitate level one and two classes and to support referral sources and clients with the process of change.
Emmanuelle is a native of Cameroon, and has lived in the United States for over 20 years. While living in the Midwest she attended the University of Kansas for her undergraduate studies and also became a board certified licensed massage therapist. She moved to South Carolina 8 years ago. Emmanuelle is multilingual and recently obtained her master's degree in public health. In 2021 she started with Three Trees where her role is to facilitate level 1 and 2 classes.
Kevin is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in Clinical Practice (LISW-CP) with over 24 years of clinical experience in private practice, non-profit leadership and college instruction. He joined us in 2012 and his role is facilitate level 1, 2, and 3 classes. He was born in Camden, South Carolina.
Tyleshia is a Licensed Master Social Worker (SC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker- Associate (NC). Her role at Three Trees is to facilitate level 1, 2, and 3 classes. She was born in Conway, South Carolina and joined Three Trees in 2020. Prior to Three Trees she worked in non-profit, military social work, county government, and inpatient mental health care.
You will not find a more knowledgeable counseling service. Ben and his staff have the care, compassion and concern for each and every client, at all times. I was a career prosecutor and would see the results day in and day out on parents and their teenagers when they had been counseled by Ben and his staff. The turnaround was remarkable. I, as a parent, would learn much about parenting while listening along to group sessions. I would not hesitate to use this organization. If you want help for you as an adult, or if you are having issues with your teen, they are the people to call!