Going through abuse, whether mental, physical, or sexual, in any place leaves a profound impact on an individual’s mind. It seldom occurs as though that the victim’s personality is adversely affected by this. In such situations, it is essential to get the right help to tackle such circumstances.
The right help for these situations includes therapy, which is also the one that works fundamentally. When all fails, therapy works best. Keeping this motto under consideration, we provide therapy sessions to those that have gone through abuse of any sort.
Our team of professionals has great expertise when comes to providing care for victims of physical, mental, and sexual abuse. We know how to support and provide the right help for every individual.
We follow an approach that is patient-driven to improve your mental wellbeing. Deciding the right course to deal with your past trauma is a challenging decision, and your pick might not always be the best choice for you. Hence, you can leave it to our experts to ensure the safety and protection of your mind.
It’s never too late to seek professional help. We eradicate the root cause of your disturbances through a practical approach that is guaranteed to work out optimally for you. Do not try to fight your battle alone. Let us be the guiding light you need in times like these. Let us be your support and backbone through trying times.
National Suicide Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Association of Black Psychologist
Native American Psychologist
National Latin Psychological Association (NLPA)
Facts and Statistics
Forms of Violence and Abuse
Domestic Violence and Economic Abuse
Domestic Violence and Physical Abuse
Domestic Violence and Psychological Abuse
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Domestic Violence and Stalking
Domestic Violence and the Impact on Children
Domestic Violence in Specific Populations
Male Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
American Indian/Alaskan Native Women and Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence in Black Communities
Dating Violence and Teen Domestic Violence
Why do Women Use Force or Violence in Intimate Partner Relationships?
Additional Sources for Statistics on Domestic Violence
Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence & Stalking (CDC)
Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Crime Victimization Survey
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Data on Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence, and Stalking
National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey Summary Report (2010)
Prevalence and Characteristics of Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization — National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, United States, 2011
National Registry for lawyers
National Support Org Domestic Violence
Elder Abuse Support
Hate Crimes Support
Human Trafficking Support
Corporate Bullying Support
Sexual Harassment Support