We believe that trauma is defined as suffering a severe life event such as sexual abuse, emotional abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, loss of a loved one, or a significant accident/event.
Our agency specializes in treating trauma and strives to give patients the hope they need to heal from their past.
We offer the following services:
-Beyond Trauma (Women Only)
-M-TREM (Men Only)
-TREM (Women Only)
-Teen Support Group for survivors of sexual assault/abuse
All of our staff is clinically trained in nationally recognized trauma modalities which include EMDR, IBSR, Trauma Focused CBT, and Nationally Certified as Certified Clinical Trauma Professionals.
Please contact us today, to begin your journey to healing and happiness.
We accept Medicaid, Medicare, BPA, Crime Victim’s and all major health insurance.
- 1 in 2 children ages 17 and under have witnessed, experienced, or been exposed to violence or crime in their home and community environments
- 1 in 5 children witness violence in their home
- 1 in 3 children are emotionally bullied
- 1 in 4 children witness/experience trauma before the age of 4
- 1 in 5 children are sexually abused
- Children who experience the above are 15x more likely to commit suicide and 4x more likely to abuse substances
Our staff is specifically trained to treat children who have been victims of sexual abuse or witnessed/experienced severe trauma
Trauma can be a single event or a series of traumatic events that are repeated over time causing an individual to become overwhelmed with painful, frightening or loathing emotions. Over the last few years, the definition of psychological trauma has been broadened to include traumatic experiences such as physical abuse, sexual abuse and verbal abuse.
Trauma survivors may have experienced emotional childhood trauma in the form of an abusive parent or loved one. This type of abusive trauma may take the form of demanding, demeaning verbal attacks, or it could be in the form of physical or sexual abuse.
No matter what the type of childhood trauma, the negative impact on the victims is deep and lasting. Just as two people may not experience an event in the same way, no two people react to a stressful, traumatic event in the same way. While one person may find the ability to cope with a traumatic event, another may be unable to deal with the trauma by themselves in a productive manner.
-The National Center for Victims of Crime
We provide trauma-focused counseling for children, individuals, and families.
Our trauma treatment focuses on sexual abuse, childhood abuse, domestic violence, grief and loss and any other type of traumatic experience which has greatly inhibited the individual’s life.
Counseling is by appointment only. Please call 208-932-0668 to schedule an appointment.