Mental Health Services
We offer individual, family and group counseling for survivors of intimate partner abuse and their children. Our clinicians work with clients to:
- Reduce trauma symptoms
- Enhance their sense of well-being
- Increase their repertoire of coping strategies
- Reduce depression
- Safety plan for the short and long-term
- Decrease feelings of isolation
- Manage stress
CORA focuses intensively on helping children heal from exposure to intimate partner abuse through our trauma-informed Children’s Program. This program serves children of all ages. For 0–5-year-olds, we have a First Five program that:
- Supports parents in strengthening their attachment with their children.
- Supports family systems in healing from trauma they experienced.
- Empowers parents to support their children’s healing.
For children ages 6 and up we offer
- Therapeutic treatment through individual, family, or group therapy.
- Treatment of symptoms/behaviors that are a result of violence exposure and complex trauma.
- A focused approach to building resiliency and empowering children, youth, and families.
Housed under our mental health department, our LGBTQ+ program ensures CORA’s services are welcoming and tailored to LGBTQ+ survivors who come to us for help. This program offers:
- Community outreach events to raise LGBTQ+ visibility and access to education and resources.
- Providing individual therapy and LGBTQ+ specific support groups addressing healthy relationships and abuse dynamics.
- Consultation and training to CORA staff, as well as other agency partners, regarding LGBTQ+ survivor care.