Sex Therapy: Thorough and collaborative plans for either the offender or the spouse are developed to suit specific needs during what is often a difficult and stressful time. Work in consult with legal professionals, child protections agencies and schools is available if required, including Pre-Sentence Reports (PSRs) and Risk Assessments.
Marriage and Family Therapy: Supporting couples and families in times of significant life changes and circumstances such as: becoming parents for the first time, postpartum depression, returning to work after parental leave, workplace stress, parent-adolescent conflict, sexual deviance, criminal activity, infidelity and other relationship crises by developing collaborative treatment plans.
Individual Therapy: Short and long-term counseling using a therapeutic relationship to help clients understand themselves better and begin to draw from their strengths to achieve goals.
Psycholegal or Forensic work: Providing therapy to individuals who are on bail, probation or parole as well as those who have yet to be sentenced. Assessment and treatment is available for those arrested for sexual offenses but not yet convicted. Counseling is also available for individuals who are affected by the stress of a family member who is involved with the justice system.
If you have any questions about the type of services provided or specific questions about a particular issue please feel free to contact Julie for more information.