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“Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls my life.” — Akshay Dubey
Therapy can be a powerful part of the healing journey and we are here to help you access it. See below for details.
We offer free, short-term, trauma-informed therapy for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones.
OCRCC currently offers two avenues to therapy access. Read below to learn about our options and how to contact us for more information.
Sometimes called “talk therapy” or “psychotherapy,” the therapy we’re able to connect you to involves meeting with a trained mental health professional and talking about whatever challenges you might be experiencing. In general, therapy can last a few weeks or multiple years, depending on the therapist’s availability and your needs and preferences.
If you are working with someone you trust and who’s properly trained, and if you are wanting to make progress in therapy, it’s very likely that therapy will help you achieve at least some of your goals.
That’s OK! If you are unsure, call our helpline at (919) 967-7273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can answer a few questions through our intake process, and then someone from our therapy programs team will follow up with you to talk more and answer any questions.
Consider applying to be a contract therapist! You’ll be matched with clients to provide a limited number of sessions. We have grant funding for this program that ensures you are paid, while keeping it no-cost for those seeking care. Apply here!
Click here to learn more about OCRCC’s Trauma Care Collaborative—a trauma-specific community with FREE opportunities for professional growth and connection.
If you are a help seeker, therapist, or healer with additional questions, you’re always welcome to call or text our helpline at (919) 967-7273 or use our online chat function here on the website. We are here for you and you’re not alone! Thank you for your interest in OCRCC’s therapy programs.