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During COVID-19, we are here for survivors 24/7. Please call 201-487-2227 for changes to our counseling and accompaniments procedures to ensure health and safety.

  • Please join us for our virtual Meet & Greet on Sept 23rd as we introduce our new Creative Arts Therapy Consultant, Serena Sang Choe, LSW, ATR-BC

  • Watch for our upcoming virtual weekly gatherings/workshops, monthly coffeehouse, and job readiness workshops.

Individual Counseling

Survivors of sexual violence may need the support of an experienced counselor trained in sexual violence who can help them process their trauma history and be a guide during their healing process.

Our licensed healingSPACE clinicians are available for day and evening appointments to work with individual clients to help them identify and establish goals for counseling.

Clients must be at least 13 years old, and those under 18 need parental consent for ongoing counseling. A phone screening and intake are required before counseling can begin. Counseling is free.

Call 201-881-1733 to learn more about individual counseling.

Group Counseling
Isolation and disconnection are at the core of a survivor’s experience of sexual violence. Connecting with others who have had similar experiences can help an individual build relationships and trust, and are an important piece of the healing process. The group experience has been found to be a powerful healing tool, whether the history of sexual assault or abuse occurred recently or in the past.

All healingSPACE groups are facilitated by state-licensed, Master’s-level clinicians and are free.  A phone screening and intake are required before joining any of our groups.  

Groups include:

Virtual Survivor Peer Support Group

This group helps survivors of sexual violence during Covid-19.

Women’s Group

This group is for adult female survivors of sexual violence.

Men’s Group

This group is for adult male identified as survivors of sexual violence.

Loved Ones Group

This group is for family and loved ones of survivors of sexual violence.


A LGBTQI+ support group for sexual violence survivors.

Additional groups can be developed based on need.


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