- Any child or adolescent, ages 3 to 21, who has been impacted by some type of trauma is appropriate for a referral to CHAT. Trauma includes but is not limited to: sexual abuse, physical abuse, racial/cultural discrimination, natural disasters, loss, exposure to intimate partner violence, and neglect.
- Families can be under or outside the umbrella of DCP&P
Services are provided by doctoral students who have received extensive training in trauma informed care and the treatment modalities: the ARC Framework, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Game-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. These clinicians receive both group and individual supervision on a weekly basis.
The length of treatment is typically 16 to 24 sessions.
No, we do not take insurance. However, we do not want money to be a barrier to treatment and work with our families to find a fee, based on a sliding scale, that would be appropriate. There is no cost to families who are involved with DCP&P.