To schedule your free initial appointment or to discuss options for services, email Amanda, our Clinical Coordinator, at email@example.com or call 206. 323.7131.
Talk to us. Roanoke Park Counseling wants to reduce any obstacles to your desire to heal. Our office will bill private insurance and is an in-network provider for several major carriers. Roanoke Park Counseling also provides financial assistance, including a sliding fee scale and scholarships, to clients with the greatest financial need.
- Individual and group therapy for survivors
- Support group for partners of survivors
- Couples counseling
- Family counseling
Roanoke Park Counseling offers affordable therapy services for women and men survivors. These include group and individual counseling with therapists experienced in treating survivors of childhood sexual abuse. All of our groups emphasize trust and authenticity, and aim to help individuals regain a sense of validation and acceptance and to gain skills to live more satisfying lives.
How it works
Therapy begins with connection. For those who have experienced the pain, confusion and overwhelming effects of sexual abuse, the connection with an individual therapist or other group members initiates a journey to reclaim the sense of trust and safety lost through abuse.
Find out more
We understand that asking for help is often very difficult. We invite you to call us to learn more, read answers to more questions, and download our Client Brochure (PDF).
You can also find information on symptoms, resources, the need for help and survivors' stories.
Our human rights and non-discrimination policy
Roanoke Park Counseling respects the human dignity and individuality of all members of its diverse community. To promote this environment, we will:
- Above all treat clients, staff, and board members with respect
- Foster a safe, humane, and hospitable environment
- Acknowledge and affirm our differences
Within our mission to serve adult (identified as not younger than 18 years of age) survivors of childhood sexual abuse, Roanoke Park Counseling does not discriminate against any person - board member, employee, contractor, or client - because of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, nationality, race, sexual orientation, religion, income, or political affiliation. It is our policy to comply with all applicable national and local laws pertaining to nondiscrimination and equal opportunity.
What should I do if I feel I am in crisis?
If you find yourself in need of immediate help when Roanoke Park Counseling is closed, in the Seattle area please call the 24-hour Crisis Clinic at 206.461.3222, KCSARC or the RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673)
What can I expect from therapy at Roanoke Park Counseling?
Roanoke Park Counseling provides a place to be heard and valued. Our therapists are all trained to listen, to encourage, to motivate, to guide and to be with you while your story unfolds.
What benefits might I get from therapy?
We help you to unlearn some of the judgments and misperceptions that are holding you in negative, self-critical places. We also help you relearn more positive ways of living an energized and happy life—the life you deserve to live. See more about the benefits of therapy.
How do I take the first steps?
Once you decide to contact our office, the process begins with a free initial interview appointment with our Clinical Supervisor. Options will be discussed, and, if appropriate, you will be assigned to one of our therapists for individual or group therapy services.
What if I can't afford therapy?
Talk to us. Roanoke Park Counseling wants to reduce any obstacles to your desire to heal.