SARCC offers trauma therapy to both sexual violence survivors and family members. Therapy is a specific, goal-oriented, and evidence-based treatment. “Evidence-based” is a fancy word for “researched”. Therapy is conducted by a licensed professional.
Trauma can have lasting effects, so our trauma therapists learn the most up-to-date practices for reducing trauma symptoms. Currently, we offer Trauma-Focused Cognitive Bahavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). Therapy may be billed through insurance, or may be fully paid through grant funding for victim services when available. Children and adults who have survived sexual violence or abuse can access therapy at SARCC.
Therapy is offered both in-person and virtually. Therapists may also work with clients to provide services in the community or at schools. Clients can also use both therapy services and advocacy services together at SARCC. Are you interested in requesting therapy? Contact us at 717-272-5308 or 570-628-2965.