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Sexual assault has the potential to profoundly impact your mental health, making it challenging to move on from the assault. Any time you are a victim of sexual assault, it’s crucial to seek therapy from a qualified therapist to help you deal with the trauma.

Therapists and counselors trained in sexual assault will you help heal from your experience and move forward with your life. Whether you are located in downtown Washington DC, Anacostia, Ballston, Bluemont, or even Brentwood, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Signs You May Need Sexual Assault Therapy

The effects of sexual assault can be detrimental, ranging from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to depression. Here are some signs you may need sexual assault therapy:

  • You relive the assault in dreams or flashbacks.
  • You actively try to avoid anything that reminds you of the assault.
  • You feel profound, lingering sadness.
  • You feel hopeless.
  • Your self-confidence is lacking.
  • You feel ashamed or blame yourself for the assault.

If you are having any of the following symptoms, we urge you to see a counselor. Licensed therapist Miranda Campbell has some tips in this article for telling your partner about your experience with sexual assault.

Don’t Wait: Get Sexual Assault Therapy Today

With ongoing sessions from a sexual assault therapist, you can begin to unpack your feelings and emotions and work toward getting to a healthier mental state. And Mental Health Match makes finding a licensed therapist a breeze. Start by browsing for an expert below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Work together to discover your strengths and supports, and utilize them in order to promote healing and growth. I highly value our relationship and will work with you at your pace while also walking with you through areas of difficulty.

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I am dedicated to helping teens and adults work through life transitions, relationship challenges, and trauma while providing a safe space to overcome anxiety, stress, and social expectations.

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Explore how anxiety is affecting your life and help you address any root causes of anxiety. We will also practice grounding exercises to improve your ability to remain at ease during stressful times.

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we may use the brain-based therapy, EMDR, to heal any past emotional wounds contributing to current anxiety. We will use mindfulness and somatic approaches to help you develop skills to become grounded and calm.

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Initially, we'll get to know each other to determine if we're a good fit. From there, we can decide the best treatment approach to aid in your growth and development, and set a plan to provide therapy to best meet your needs.

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My theoretical preference is eclectic, as I use bits and pieces from several forms of therapy (CBT, DBT, Reality Therapy, and Experiential Therapy). I tailor my approach to fit the attitudes, goals, and preferences of those I serve.

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We will collaborate to identify your main goals for our time together, and periodically thereafter we'll check in to celebrate progress and identify any challenges or roadblocks. We may also change or add new goals as we go along.

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I blend diverse therapeutic methods, tailored to your unique journey. This may involve mindfulness, Eastern philosophy, reiki energy support, CBT, Gottman therapy, IFS, creative arts expression, and the principles of non-violent communication.

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Set clear, achievable goals and implement targeted interventions to bring about rapid and lasting change. Working collaboratively to find practical solutions, often focusing on the present and future rather than delving into the past.


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Set clear, achievable goals and implement targeted interventions to bring about rapid and lasting change. Working collaboratively to find practical solutions, often focusing on the present and future rather than delving into the past.

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Brief strategic therapy is a focused, solution-oriented approach that aims to address specific problems in a short period. It emphasizes identifying and changing certain patterns of behavior or communication that contribute to the issue at hand.

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  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Borderline Personality
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