Trauma Therapy for Sexual Abuse and Rape
Either you, or someone you know, has been abused or assaulted. Or both.
There are an average of 293,066 sexual assaults each year; that’s one assault every 107 seconds.
Whether the assault or abuse happened when you were a child or when you were an adult, it impacts every part of your life. Sexual trauma doesn’t just go away – it sticks with you like an unwanted shadow.
- Feeling isolated
- Overwhelming emotions
- Relationship problems
- Hypersexuality or avoidance of sex
- Difficulty setting boundaries
- Getting triggered
- Flashbacks and nightmares
- Difficulty sleeping
- Not trusting or trusting too much
- Feeling shame or guilt
- Feeling surrounded by unsafe people
- Family issues
- Having a hard time coping
- Difficulty with self-care
Sexual abuse and assault is a special kind of trauma, and it requires a special understanding. We are specialists in this area, and we can help.
We are trained in treating sexual trauma and can offer different approaches to help you recover. Call us for an initial consultation, and we can make recommendations about the approach that may be best for you.