亲子治疗服务

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Our Parent-Child Therapeutic Services program provides counseling services to children impacted by domestic violence.

Our therapists work with children ages newborn to 11 years of age to provide mental health counseling. Our services are intended to strengthen the parent-child relationship, improve mental health concerns, reduce emotional and behavioral issues caused by domestic violence, help survivors access additional community resources, and provide psycho-education about the impacts of domestic violence.

Services are free of charge and do not require insurance. Our services are voluntary and are not intended to fulfill court-mandated counseling services. We do not provide custody evaluations, forensic evaluations or expert testimony.

Language interpretation is available to provide services in clients’ preferred language. Languages currently spoken by therapists include English, Spanish and Tamil.

我们的家人在说什么:

“PChIP帮助我意识到,我不必被困在过去,责怪自己为我的孩子经历了什么。我现在可以和他们在一起,我们正在摆脱暴力。“

“我喜欢谈论我的感受。我从来不知道这一点。“

“My son was very upset about his dad and what happened. He couldn’t talk about it and was acting out at school. Now he knows it’s ok to miss his dad and also be mad at him for what he did. I learned how my own feelings about the abuse affected him. We are very thankful for having PChIP services.”

我们的亲子治疗服务包括:

Telehealth Counseling Sessions

治疗游戏,艺术和其他以儿童为中心的活动有助于治疗亲子关系

Therapists meet with clients weekly or bimonthly through a secure videoconferencing platform like Zoom. Meetings consist of parent-child conjoint sessions, family sessions or individual child sessions with parent consultations.

Case Management

Our program coordinator provides bilingual (English and Spanish) case management services to existing clients and survivors. They connect families to resources and make referrals as needed.

为了符合家长 - 儿童治疗服务的资格,家庭必须:

  • Have experienced domestic violence (physical, verbal, and/or emotional forms of intimate partner abuse)
  • Have a child/children between the ages of newborn to 11 who will participate in our counseling services
  • No longer be in the relationship and not be living with the abusive person

Can We Help You?

Our Parent-Child Therapeutic Services are currently: OPEN for Referrals

Please email us at pctsmanager@impactnw.org or call our program supervisor: Steffannie Roache at (503) 568-1720 to learn about our services. Your conversation will be completely confidential. If Impact NW isn’t the best fit for you, we’ll help connect you to the services you need.