Our team offers individual trauma focused therapy to children, young people and adults.
Therapy can be self funded, however in some instances we are able to offer both short term and open ended funded therapy.
Self funded therapy is offered through our Crystal Clear service
Sessions are in person or online
Full fee is between £50-£70 per session
Sessions with trainee counsellors are offered at a lower cost. These sessions are based on what you can afford to pay weekly and start at £15 per session
12 funded sessions are available in Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire for those who have been sexually assaulted within the last 12 months and have attended SARC. To access these sessions please contact your SARC
Open ended funded sessions are available in Hertfordshire for those who have been sexually assaulted more than 12 months ago. To access these sessions please complete a self referral form here
If you are an organisation who would like to fund therapy for your team or clients, please contact us
Online therapy sessions are offered via our secure online service
Sessions are offered day time and evenings depending on availability
To access online sessions you will need to have a safe space where you can join via video at the same time and day every week
Funded in person sessions are offered in Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire
Sessions are available during the day time
Self funded in person sessions are offered in Hertfordshire
Honesty, openness, fairness, accountability, safety, trust, respect of oneself and of others, ownership, congruence, unconditional positive regard, empathy and giving back.
Trauma areas explained...
Responses to childhood and adulthood sexual violence are complex and highly individualised. Some survivors experience severe and chronic psychological symptoms, whereas others experience little or no distress. The wide range of consequences may be attributed to assault characteristics, environmental conditions, survivor attributes, and availability of social support and resources.
When we experience trauma at the hands of someone we love and trust, it often impacts us profoundly and in many areas of our lives. Domestic violence involves a pattern of coercive and controlling behaviour that your partner uses against you to obtain power and control over you and your life.
Relational trauma is the experience of repeated neglect, abuse, bullying, or other types of behavior that causes lasting psychological harm. In most cases, it is usually perpetrated by a family member or close relatives and the repercussions are very serious, causing long-term trauma and distress.
Access our therapeutic service
You can self refer to Trauma Recovery for your self or a child or young person aged 15 years or under. For information about what we can offer click the button below