Trauma Counseling Services
The Trauma Counseling Program is committed to treating the after-effects of a child’s traumatic experience. The program also works to support the recovery of family members and to improve their ability to support the child.
Interventions include individual, group, and family therapy. The staff of the Trauma Counseling Program is primarily composed of licensed clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists and psychologists.
The staff’s expertise is in treating childhood traumatic events including neglect; physical and sexual abuse; sexual assault; domestic, school, and community violence; and natural disasters. Treatment for the psychological aspects of medical trauma and chronic pain is also available.