Dallas’ Cheryl Edinbyrd walking in her purpose as the face of The Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center

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DOING IT BIG IN TEXAS — With the valiant help of a solid support system, Dallas/Fort Worth businesswoman Cheryl Edinbyrd’s entrepreneurship endeavors have come full circle as the owner and CEO of The Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC.

DALLAS — Cheryl Edinbyrd was only keeping it 100, particularly as it relates to how she had become greatly empowered to delve off into the world of entrepreneurship.

“I was always of the mindset that no one owes me anything, and if I wanted to do things in life, I had to put in the work,” Edinbyrd told Making Headline News this week. “So I positioned myself for purpose.”
Indeed she did.
And with the valiant help of a solid support system, Edinbyrd’s entrepreneurship endeavors have come full circle as the owner and CEO of The Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC.

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A Dallas/Fort Worth-area venture that went into full operations five years ago, Edinbyrd’s Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center is located at 8035 East RL Thornton, Suite 328 in Dallas.

Tree of Life Birth, in fact, has become a fixture through the DFW Metroplex, in large part because it specializes in working with individuals, couples and families, most notably through pre-and-post marriage, chemical dependency, trauma, eating disorders, as well as the aftermath of suicide, according to detailed breakdown at https://www.facebook.com/CECounselingServices/.

A progressive, thriving business that accommodates individuals ranging in ages in 10-and-up, Edinbyrd emphasized what she admires the most about her business is the joy of serving those from what she appropriately describes as “a whole person’s perspective,” or as she plainly puts it, a person’s “mind, body, and spirit.”

In addition, Edinbyrd’s venture strategically aids individuals, particularly those who unfortunately endure life’s dreaded transitions, including — but not limited to — anxiety and depression.

Interestingly, Edinbyrd has become overwhelmingly resourceful in her element in that she customarily utilizes EMDR, CBT, DBT and yoga therapy in her practice.

That’s not all.

Tree of Life Birth has become a fixture through the DFW Metroplex, in large part because it specializes in working with individuals, couples and families, most notably through pre-and-post marriage, chemical dependency, trauma, eating disorders, as well as the aftermath of suicide, according to detailed breakdown at https://www.facebook.com/CECounselingServices/.

The Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center has become widely known also as a birth center, of sorts, considering Edinbyrd and her staff offer efficient and effective counseling and wellness services — from oxygen bar-vaginal steaming to body sculpting to massages.

A progressive, thriving business that accommodates individuals ranging in ages in 10-and-up, Edinbyrd emphasized what she admires the most about her business is the joy of serving those from what she appropriately describes as “a whole person’s perspective,” or as she plainly puts it, a person’s “mind, body, and spirit.”

A recipient of the 2019 Community Service Award, Edinbyrd oversees the day-to-day operations of Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC with Louis Edinbyrd, her devoted business partner and husband of 21 years, whom this Dallas native deems her biggest supportive and biggest fan.

“My sister, Dianna Blevins, is also collaborating and working under the TTOL umbrella,” Edinbyrd said of a flourishing business she hopes will garner more of a regional presence in the foreseeable future.

A recipient of the 2019 Community Service Award, Edinbyrd oversees the day-to-day operations of Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC with Louis Edinbyrd, her devoted business partner and husband of 21 years, whom this Dallas native deems her biggest supportive and biggest fan.

A graduate of Ballinger (Texas) High, Edinbyrd advanced her education at the University of North Texas in Denton.

As for her personal mission for electing to establish what has become a distinctly unique business, Edinbyrd acknowledged that what it all boils to is exemplifying the willingness to be of serve, to go above and beyond in having a heart to serve, for the most part.

As for her personal mission for electing to establish what has become a distinctly unique business, Edinbyrd acknowledged that what it all boils to is exemplifying the willingness to be of serve, to go above and beyond in having a heart to serve, for the most part.

“I’m inspired by all those who went before me to do their part in giving back to people,” Edinbyrd, a lifetime member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated, said. “We are helpers, one toward another, and iron sharpens iron. It’s imperative that I esteem and inspire others so we can remain whole.”

Well said and appropriately stated by a successful Texas businesswoman, one who’s accomplished to keeping it 100,  particularly as it relates to how she had become greatly empowered to delve off into the world of entrepreneurship.

An awe-inspiring, life-enhancing milestone that, much to her delight, has given way to favorable results.


For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth Businesswoman Cheryl Edinbyrd of The Tree of Life Birth, Counseling and Wellness Center, PLLC., call 214.912.2614. Also, connect with her via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/CECounselingServices/.


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