HealTree will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 21, at 1632 Savannah Road, Suite 9, Lewes.
A free community drum circle will begin at 11 a.m. in the back parking lot, weather permitting.
Catrina Stiller, executive director, and Maxine MIddlebrook, director of experience and operations, will be on hand to meet with community members and give tours of the facility.
“May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We wanted to open our doors to the community to spread our message that all of us have an innate power to heal from our wounds and move out of survival mode into thriving. We often need some help in recognizing and learning how to use these innate tools to do so,” said Stiller.
“I look forward to connecting with the community in a new, exciting and welcoming way. Drum and dance are tools that I personally use to grow and heal. I feel so blessed and grateful to be able to offer these tools to our beautiful community so we can heal together,” said Middlebrook
HealTree is currently hiring licensed psychotherapists. Potential candidates are welcome to stop by to meet the team and tour the facility.
To learn more or sign up, go to healtree.co or call 302-827-4683 for more information. Signup is encouraged but not required.
HealTree is a holistic mental health center that offers psychotherapy, groups and workshops to assist individuals in cultivating their natural abilities to grow, heal and thrive. HealTree partners with other holistic wellness practitioners to bring people the tools they need to flourish.