​​*We accept all insurances, private pay, clergy pay, Crime Victims Reparation and       sliding scale for cash clients.


Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a process where someone can meet one on one with a trained therapist.  During this process, you can learn how to identify your triggers and understand how these triggers can impact you.  Each client can help determine an individualized treatment plan that is best for them. 


Family Therapy
Abuse can have an impact on the entire family. Family therapy sessions can help families find resolution of the abuse together. Often, family sessions can help all family members explore their reactions to the abuse and work to create solutions that meet the needs of all family members.

Assessment and Evaluation
During your initial session, you will be provided a mental health assessment. The assessment will include a developmental history, discuss your problems and make recommendations for treatment. This mental health assessment is a helpful starting place for your future treatment.

Trauma Treatment
If you have had a traumatic or abusive experience and it is not getting better, we can help you understand and move past your experience.  Abuse can cause an individual to experience intense emotions, depression, withdrawal, aches or pains, or anxiety. These feelings can linger as you struggle to stop thinking about the incident.  You may even start experiencing behavioral or mood changes, difficulty eating or sleeping, or problems maintaining relationships. At Survivor Health we are specifically trained to evaluate whether your require treatment. We offer proven and effective treatments that can help you and your family overcome traumatic events.

Web Sessions

For individuals that struggle with social phobias or even the embarassment of attending treatment in person, private web sessions are available via skype, facetime etc.  


 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Abuse Recovery Counseling 

Survivor Health

"Therapy has taught our son how to recognize his emotions, and different ways of expressing those emotions without being physical.  Our family still has good and bad days, but when we have bad days, we have tools that we can use to help make the bad days better."  

-Parent of client 

Abuse Recovery Counseling