Therapy

We can connect you with our on-site therapy program or to therapists in the community.

The Center offers up to 16 individual therapy sessions for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. All OCRCC therapy and counseling sessions are free. Therapy is provided in Spanish and English by licensed mental health professionals. Please note that OCRCC therapy requires an initial intake meeting.

We also maintain a list of local therapists who have experience working with survivors. We can connect you with providers who take insurance, offer reduced fees, or who offer pro bono (free) services.

If you have questions or want to schedule an appointment, please call our help line at 866-WE LISTEN or 919-967-7273. Or, feel free to contact one of our in-house clinical therapists described below.

Meet Our Therapists

Sabrina Calle-Bunyi (she/her/hers)
Sabrina is a bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), with a master’s degree in social work from New York University’s Silver School of Social Work. She has worked in social services for nine years, holding various roles in diverse settings, including; a private psychiatric hospital, a public defender’s office, non-profit agency counseling centers, and at a group home for runaway and homeless youth. Sabrina has extensive training in trauma-informed evidence-based modalities (i.e. EMDR, TF-CBT) and clinical group therapy facilitation. In addition to evidence-based treatment modalities, she often integrates mindfulness practices, visual art, and music into her practice. At OCRCC, Sabrina offers clinical therapy to children, adolescents, and monolingual Spanish speaking survivors in our community. Contact Sabrina at 919-968-4647 or at Sabrina@ocrcc.org.

Ashley Parks (she/her/hers)
Ashley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate who graduated from Simmons College in Boston with her MSW, and prior to that received her B.A. in Anthropology/Gender Studies from New College of Florida. Her passion for working with survivors grew out of college activism and has been a common thread in her professional roles as well. Ashley’s approach to therapy is to work collaboratively with clients to deconstruct problems and creatively envision alternate possibilities. She weaves in mindfulness techniques, exploration of the mind/body connection, and gentle curiosity into sessions. Contact Ashley at 919-968-4647 or at Ashley@ocrcc.org.

  • 24-Hour Help Line:

    • 866-WE-LISTEN (866-935-4783)
    • 919-967-7273 (Local)
    • 919-338-0746 (TTY)