(803) 207-0558 3treesrockhill@gmail.com

Our History

Three Trees Center for Change, LLC was founded in 2007 with the intention of providing the community with educational and treatment responses for individuals engaged with the legal system. Our mission from the start has been to increase community safety and decrease offender recidivism through evidence based programs. We have grown a lot over the years and in addition to our local classroom based services also offer programs through our e-courses and homestudies. We were also the recipients of the “Linda J. Allen Community Service Award for significant contributions that have brought honor and credit to the field of criminal justice in South Carolina.” We hope this website has all the information that you need, but if not feel free to give us a call at (803) 207-0558. Below you can get to know the people who run Three Trees Center For Change.

Our Mission

It’s really simple…. increasing community safety by reducing offender recidivism. Watch the video to learn more.

Our Team

Once you learn a little about us, we hope to learn a little about you! We look forward to hearing form you.

Ben

Ben

Ben is a Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor, and a Clinically Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist. Prior to Three Trees, Ben supervised court diversion programs and worked as a mental health therapist in residential treatment facilities and community mental health agencies. 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.” Ben developed the Stop Drop Think forensic counseling model that emphasizes the use of evidence based practices, accountability and community teamwork in working with offenders, including the series of Stop Drop Think forensic counseling workbooks and E-Courses. In his free time Ben likes gardening and practicing mindfulness both of which he brings into his work with offenders through offering offenders community gardens and free weekly mindfulness practice sessions.

Jamesa

Jamesa

Jamesa, MA, NCC, LPC, is a native of Florence, South Carolina. She received her undergraduate degree in Sociology and her masters in Mental Health Counseling. She has had over thirteen years of experience working to improve her community through working with juvenile and adult offenders. Jamesa is a licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor and certified in Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the South Carolina Counseling Association. Jamesa co-authors the Stop Drop Think forensic counseling work book series and as a graduate of the University of the South Carolina-Columbia, she is a die-hard Gamecock fan. Jamesa also owns and operates a private mental health practice called Blue Lotus Counseling, find out more info at www.bluelotusrockhill.com.

Bill

Bill

Bill manages the technical aspects of Stop Drop Think. He has 15+ years experience working for fortune 50 organizations and specializes in learning management programs. Bill is the owner of Anchor, LLC an organization that specializes in internet delivered training. More information on Anchor, LLC can be found at https://AwarenessAndTraining.com.

Bill has an undergraduate degree in Human Psychology from the University of Oregon and an MBA in Strategic Management from the University of Wisconsin. For the past 10 years he has resided in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Ben and Bill met working together in a school in Sacramento CA in 1999 and have been friends ever since.