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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 Marlborough, the suburbs of Marlborough, other nearby places such as Worcester, Waltham, or anywhere else in Massachusetts, 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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Chi Lee
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Work with youths to help them understand how their past experiences may affect their present behavior. With these insights, clients are often able to resolve conflicts with others and themselves , leading to improved emotional and mental health.


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Work with youths to help them understand how their past experiences may affect their present behavior. With these insights, clients are often able to resolve conflicts with others and themselves , leading to improved emotional and mental health.

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I always include work with caregivers to improve communication and increase support systems at home to sustain progress. My work is informed by integrative approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, positive psychology and gestalt.

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Andrea Kamins
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Help you more clearly understand your experiences in order to enhance well-being and increase flexibility in responding to challenge and conflict.


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Help you more clearly understand your experiences in order to enhance well-being and increase flexibility in responding to challenge and conflict.

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I draw from various evidence-based approaches in my work, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT, DBT, interpersonal psychotherapy, mindfulness, sensorimotor psychotherapy and other trauma-informed approaches.

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Andrea Kamins remote and phone therapy in Massachusetts, Virginia
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Sarah Aftab
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Collaborate so you can heal and grow by learning to reconnect with your mind, body & surroundings, love & trust yourself, prioritize your needs, recover from people-pleasing & perfectionism, set boundaries & accept that nothing is wrong with you.


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Collaborate so you can heal and grow by learning to reconnect with your mind, body & surroundings, love & trust yourself, prioritize your needs, recover from people-pleasing & perfectionism, set boundaries & accept that nothing is wrong with you.

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My practice is mindfulness-based with a holistic approach: nurturing your mind, body, spirit, & being present with yourself & the world around you. We may explore your childhood, relationships & difficult experiences to help you learn about yourself.

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Together we will work toward your wellness and strengthen your ability to stay present and reduce your symptoms. You symptoms are painful and can distract you and sometimes make it difficult to function in your daily life.


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Together we will work toward your wellness and strengthen your ability to stay present and reduce your symptoms. You symptoms are painful and can distract you and sometimes make it difficult to function in your daily life.

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I have a masters in counseling and also nursing allowing me to treat the whole person in a holistic manner. This may include therapy and medication. I believe your healing is nonlinear and curated to each person.

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Amanda Sadat remote and phone therapy in Massachusetts, New Hampshire
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Ronald Lee
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First, I would like to help figure out who you are, if that is in question? What is exactly what you want? Out of life, work, school, relationships? What has prevented you from this so far? I feel it is a great place to get started!


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First, I would like to help figure out who you are, if that is in question? What is exactly what you want? Out of life, work, school, relationships? What has prevented you from this so far? I feel it is a great place to get started!

Something to know about my approach is:

I approach my work, practice, and patients' wellbeing as serious as one may, considering the grave stakes at hand. With that said, I try not to take myself too seriously, as I've discovered that a little bit of levity goes a long way towards comfort

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  • Anxiety
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