Individual Talk Therapy
Individual therapy, also referred to as talk therapy, is a form of treatment in which the client meets one-on-one with a therapist. You will work individually and privately with a therapist at Turning Point to help you heal from your experiences of child sexual abuse. You will always experience professionalism and confidentiality in caring atmosphere. Specific treatment goals and length of therapy will be determined between the client and their therapist.
Individual Art Therapy
Individual art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to help individuals express thoughts and feelings in a safe, structured, and supportive manner.
Individual Music Therapy
Music Therapy is an evidence-based therapy that uses a variety of music interventions to accomplish
individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship. Goals are determined through an on-going
assessment discussed between the therapist and client. Individual music therapy is a form of expressive
therapy that uses both instrumental and vocal techniques and the therapeutic relationship to help
express thoughts and feelings in a safe, structured, and supportive environment. Interventions
commonly practiced include: song writing, music and relaxation, music and art, improvisation, lyric
discussion, and music and imagery.
Individual Sand Tray Therapy
Sand tray therapy, also referred to as sand play, is a creative form of psychotherapy. This form of treatment can be used in conjunction with individual therapy. Through the use of a large collection of miniatures and a sand tray, the client is able to illustrate and integrate their feelings. This is an especially powerful tool to help adult trauma survivors explore the deeper layers of the psyche and to help them describe their pain when words cannot be found or spoken.
Group Talk Therapy
Adult Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Support Group
is a confidential group for women who have experienced sexual abuse as children. The purpose of the group is to help the participants know that they are not alone, they are not broken, and they can heal. The group will provide structure, support, and a feeling of safety. The purpose of this group is to provide education, validation, and encouragement. Each group member may participate and share to the level at which she feels comfortable.
Group Art Therapy
Group Art Therapy provides the opportunity to use the creative process of making art among individuals with similar needs in a safe, structured, and supportive environment. Group members can provide mutual support in a non-judgmental manner that can promote personal development and increased coping skills.
Group Music Therapy
Group Music Therapy provides the opportunity to use music interventions among individuals with
similar needs in a safe, structured, and supportive environment. Common interventions include: song
writing, group singing, music and movement, music and art, music and relaxation, music and imagery,
toning, group singing, improvisation, and lyric discussion. Each group member is welcomed and
supported, and is invited to participate up to their comfort level. Creating a musical space within a
group has the potential for exploration, creativity, discovery, and healing.
Individual Yoga Therapy
Learn safe and practical ways to explore, grow through, and move beyond trauma. Trauma Sensitive Yoga aids the participant to obtain a significant reduction in PTSD symptoms through breathing, postures, and meditation. Each participant is invited to participate to their comfort level.
Group Yoga Therapy
Group Trauma Sensitive Yoga provides the opportunity to implement the practice of yoga among individuals with similar needs in a safe, structured, and supportive environment.Learn safe and practical ways to explore, grow through, and move beyond trauma. Each group member is welcomed and supported, and is invited to participate up to their comfort level.