For individuals who have experienced any form of violence or trauma, including sexual abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, or other forms of interpersonal trauma, STA offers individual and group counseling by experienced, trained therapists to help process past trauma and feel more connected to themselves and those around them.
- Individual Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Family Counseling
- Adult Women Survivors’ Group
- Adult Men’s Survivors’ Group
- Adolescent Girls Groups
The benefits of the Trauma Program are:
- Reduces isolation
- Removes shame and self-blame
- Learning about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Developing and enhancing coping skills
- Dealing with feelings
- Increase in functioning in relationships
- Healing from past traumas
Individuals can expect to work with a clinician who understands the experience of trauma and its aftermath, and work with your strengths to develop a treatment plan to address the myriad of symptoms and reactions resulting from a traumatic experience. Interventions are evidence based, and include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, exposure therapies, somatic interventions, and learning relaxation skills and techniques, to name a few. Of particular importance is the relationship and connection with the therapist, which is integrated into the treatment as well.