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Empowering Survivors, One Step at a Time.

 

At WTLC, we understand the importance of healing and recovery for survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking. That’s why we offer a variety of no-cost counseling services to help individuals on their journey.

 

One of the main services we offer is individualized clinical therapy. Our Master’s level therapists use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Trauma-informed CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and others to help survivors work through and process their traumas, stabilize during crises, and learn coping skills to help them overcome current and future struggles. These sessions can last anywhere from 6-12 weeks, depending on the individual’s needs.

 

We also offer group counseling, where survivors can come together to share their experiences, build community, and support each other. Our groups include A Window Between Worlds (art therapy), PTSD group, Personal Empowerment Program (PEP), and more. These groups are open to all survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking and there is no limit on how long someone can attend.

 

Finally, we also offer holistic workshops to help survivors tap into different senses and foster mindfulness. These workshops include sound baths, trauma-informed yoga, and mindfulness-based gardening, and are open to all survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, with no limit on how many anyone can attend.

 

At WTLC, we are dedicated to helping survivors in any way we can, and we believe that our counseling services can make a real difference in their journey toward healing and recovery.