SAC provides crisis intervention, individual counceling sessions, as well as group counseling sessions. Crisis intervention counseling is offered to anyone who has recently experienced rape, sexual abuse, or are currently in crisis from past abuse.
Individual counseling sessions
Are typically 45-50 minutes, once per week. We provide individual counseling for:
Children (ages 3-12) and teenagers (ages 13-18) who have been sexually abused
Children under the age of 12 with sexual behavior concerns
Adults who were abused as children
Rape survivors of all ages
Non-offending parents, caregivers, family members and significant others of those who have sexually abused
Spanish-speaking survivors and family members
Group counseling sessions
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 S.A.C. 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. Groups are approximately 90 minutes, once per week.
Groups are created based on the needs of current clients, referral sources, or callers interested in being in a group.
All groups at the center are closed; meaning once the group begins no new members can be added.
Groups are approximately 90 minutes, once per week.
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 1-866-811-RISE (7473) for immediate Crisis & Support Line services.
Types of Treatment
S.A.C. therapists have specialized training and credentialing in many evidence-based and evidence-informed practices, enabling us to provide the highest quality treatment to our clients.
Types of Treatment
Therapists and clients determine together the treatment modalities to use based on therapist expertise and client needs. SAC therapists are all trained in trauma informed and evidenced based interventions including:
TF-CBT (Trauma Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
Play Therapy, ARC (Attachment, Self-Regulation, Competency)
CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy)
CCT (Client Centered/Humanistic), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
Client Centered Therapy
Play Based Therapy
Somatic Experience Therapy
Animal Assisted Therapy
For more information on the types of treatment used by S.A.C. therapists, please click here.