Counseling

Individuals who have experienced any form of sexual violence have survived a profound violation which can lead to deep, difficult feelings—including shock, shame, anger, and grief. These feelings can impact a persons’ relationship with family, friends, partners, and work.

Whether you experienced sexual violence recently or decades ago, it is possible to heal and you are not alone.

DC Rape Crisis Center has trained therapists to support you in FREE individual therapy or group therapy. We also provide a 24-hour crisis hotline (202.333.7273) for anyone who reaches out for understanding, information, and help.

DC Rape Crisis Center counseling staff also conduct professional development seminars and workshops to equip the field to better serve survivors of sexual violence.

For more information about our services, follow this link: DC Rape Crisis Center Counseling Services, or contact Denise Taylor at dtaylor@dcrcc.org or 202-470-1188.  For Spanish speakers contact Joanna Cifredo at jcifredo@dcrcc.org or 202-618-5085.

Para servicios en español, siga este enlace. 

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To explore participating in these programs or to get on our mailing list, contact Joanna Cifredo at jcifredo@dcrcc.org or 202-618-5085.