Individual & Group Counseling
Crime Victims Council offers both individual and group counseling for anyone who is a victim of crime, families, and significant others. Counseling is provided by trained professionals and is available at no cost. Our counselors provide services both in the office and on-site at various locations including jails, schools, and community centers.
All of CVC’s counselors, staff, and interns have received the state-required 40 hour sexual assault counselor training, in addition to their masters’ level training in social work and/or counseling psychology. Counseling services are trauma-informed and counselors draw on a variety of modalities including narrative therapy, sensory trauma interventions, feminist therapy, mindfulness, psychodynamic theories, and empirically supported methods such as CBT and DBT.
If you are a victim of a crime and believe that counseling may help you in your process of healing, or have questions about any of our services, please call (610) 437-6610 to speak to our staff.
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