Sexual Abuse Therapy in NYC
Sexual abuse or assault is one of the most jarring, traumatic things that can happen to a person. After experiencing sexual trauma, one can have a number of reactions, ranging from confusion, guilt, or shame to anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Drs. Julia Bosson, Kate Thacher, and their colleagues at Union Square Practice bring compassion and years of experience to counseling for sexual abuse and are ready to provide the support you need if you’ve experienced sexual trauma.
If you want to schedule an appointment, or just have a few more questions, our friendly office staff can help.
How Does Counseling for Sexual Abuse Work?
First and foremost, at Union Square Practice, counseling for sexual trauma involves a safe, confidential environment in which survivors can process their experiences with a caring, warm, and non-judgmental professional. While some survivors with PTSD might engage in evidence-based treatments like Prolonged Exposure or Cognitive Processing Therapy, others with depression might engage in general cognitive behavioral therapy.
Situated just off Union Square at 817 Broadway (near E 12th St.), our office provides a comfortable, inviting environment for you to to meet with your therapist and begin reclaiming your life.
Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins. If you’d like to see the practice in person, please fill out our contact form to schedule a visit.