Looking for a Counselor

I am looking for a local counselor, possibly still seeing clients in-person. I am specifically looking for someone with experience working with trauma, PTSD, and sexual assault.

Has anyone seen anyone like this?

Any suggestions would be helpful!



4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have diagnosed PTSD and see a psychologist who specializes in trauma and PTSD, but it is costly at $200/hour and there is a lengthy wait list. I would recommend looking for subsidized programs locally as you are most likely looking at CBT and it will take time and a lot of commitment to see results. But absolutely do it. I doubt I would even still be alive if I hadn’t put myself into therapy. I realized at the time I was probably depressed, but did not know I had PTSD. Once I learned more about PTSD and how my triggers affected me I was able to control symptoms much better. Don’t give up

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good luck! Sincerely, if you end up accessing mental health please post again how you did it, my doctor won’t refer me and the budget is tight to spend 100$+ per hour on therapy at the moment, unless they can help in as little as one session.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just call around or go online to find a therapist that specializes in what you need, you will find someone who can help i promise. Yes, most are still doing in-person appointments, some are only doing video conferencing. For trauma therapy masks are optional because masks and face covering are a major trigger for most PTSD sufferers.

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