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Individual Therapy

Individual Counseling

While physical violence leaves visible wounds and scars, the emotional toll of abuse leaves lasting, hidden effects.

Often, the psychological consequences of abuse can manifest as symptoms including, but not limited to, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, suicidal ideation and sleep disorders. At our outreach center, we offer therapy to individuals, children and families to help facilitate recovery from ongoing and past trauma due to domestic violence.
If you have interest in meeting with one of our therapists, please contact us and a representative of the Domestic Violence Program will contact you at your earliest convenience to schedule an appointment.


If you are questioning something that is happening to you, call us at our 24-hour hotline (661) 259-HELP (4357), or non-emergency line (661) 259-8175 for confidential information and support.

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