Our 24-Hour Crisis & Support Line is available for immediate assistance for ongoing support. The line is operated by trained staff and volunteers. Please call 866-811-RISE (7473) for immediate Crisis & Support Line services.
Individual therapy sessions are generally one-on-one sessions with you and your therapist that are about 45-50 minutes, and occur once a week. Sometimes, these sessions may include other family members or people important to you, especially for younger children. Individual therapy sessions are a part of your unique plan for healing, and include many types of trauma therapy options, based on your goals, your therapist's training and what works for you. SAC offers individual therapy from therapists who speak English and Spanish.
We provide therapy for:
Therapy groups provide space for individuals to come together to learn and support each other. Some groups are more focused on learning new helpful skills, while other groups are more focused on processing and support. Therapy groups may be guided by therapists and advocates. Groups are created based on the needs of current clients, referral sources, or callers interested in being in a group. Some groups take several months to start to ensure that an appropriate number of members can be involved. All groups at SAC are closed, meaning once the group begins no new members can be added. This is done to provide the utmost healing, nurturing, and safe environment for group members. The length of therapy groups usually varies from 6 weeks to 12 weeks, depending on the purpose and content of the group. Groups are about 90 minutes, once per week.
All Therapists at the Sexual Assault Center have specialized training in trauma-informed, evidenced-based or informed therapies, enabling us to provide the highest quality therapy to our clients. Some of our therapists have certifications or credentials in specific trauma therapy approaches.
Therapy Approaches at SAC include: