Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic

Restoring Well-being

The Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC) provides psychological support to individuals and communities who have experienced stress, adversity and/or trauma. We utilize an integrative, need and strengths-based approach that is culturally informed. Our services are continually evaluated to ensure effectiveness.

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Who We Serve

We provide psychotherapy to individual adults, children, couples and families who have experienced stress, adversity and hardship related to:

  • Physical, emotional and sexual abuse
  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual assault
  • Grief and loss
  • Accidents
  • A violent crime
  • Natural disaster
  • Adjusting to a new culture
  • Discrimination
  • Hate crimes
  • Vicarious trauma/burnout/compassion fatigue
  • Caregiver stress
  • Life transitions

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Our Services


We provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families, adults and children who are experiencing stress, adversity or hardship.

Workshops and Presentations

We provide workshops and presentations for the community on various topics related to stress, trauma and culture.

Clinical Consultation

We provide consultation to providers and agencies who are serving clients that have experienced trauma. We can offer expertise and consultation in the area of trauma, vicarious trauma, burn out, compassion fatigue, and culture and mental health.

Program Evaluation

We offer services to agencies and organizations wanting to improve their clinical services and measure the effectiveness of their programs.

Focus Areas

We provide support to individuals and providers who care for the wellbeing of others such as volunteers, caregivers, and medical and safety professionals. Helping can be emotionally and physically taxing, and it is essential that individuals in the helping professions are able to address their own needs and reflect on their experiences.

We also have focus areas on supporting the well-being and mental health of immigrants, refugees and survivors of torture.

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