Individual, Couples and Family Therapy
For clients ages 13 and older, master’s level therapists provide counseling that addresses the issues and symptoms resulting from childhood or adult sexual assault or abuse. As with other services, therapy is also available to family members and friends of victim-survivors.
There is a fee for this service. A sliding-scale fee is available for those with limited incomes. We accept Crime Victims Compensation for those who qualify.
We provide a safe, supportive and caring environment to heal from sexual violence.
We offer individual and couple counseling for survivors of sexual assault, abuse and harassment. We also offer counseling for friends and families of survivors. Counseling services are available to female and male adolescents and adults.
The length of treatment is determined by your need. We offer a very generous sliding fee scale. No one is turned away for financial reasons.
Therapy is provided by qualified professionals with a minimum of a master’s degree in counseling or a related field.
We believe that you have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. The Sexual Assault Center of Pierce County provides services to any individual whose life has been impacted by sexual assault, regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, disability, pregnancy, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, income, veteran status, marital status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
Referrals List for Providers
We often receive requests for referrals to providers of all sorts. If you are interested in being on our providers referral list please fill out the providers application and return it. We accept applications for substance abuse treatment providers, sex offender treatment providers, mental health treatment providers and psychiatric medication providers. Therapy can help with:
- relationship problems
- trust issues
- parenting concerns
- poor concentration
- sleep problems
- sexual concerns
- low self-esteem
- injury to self
and many other issues.
For more information about counseling services please call our 24-hour Crisis, Information and Referral line at: (253)474-7273 or 1-800-756-7273.