Counseling / Therapy
Once a victim has been identified and an official investigation is underway, the child and family need direction and support from professionals.
To assist in putting a child on the path to healing, the WCCAC offers trauma therapy to child victims and parental support for caregivers. We work hand in hand with the District Attorney and the County Attorney during the prosecution phase of the case. This relationship helps the families as they deal with the emotions that accompany revisiting the trauma during the prosecution and provides the tools to help the family heal.
The Center provides therapeutic services through three licensed Child and Family Therapists, trained to work with child victims of trauma.
Children and teens who have been interviewed at the WCCAC, along with their non-offending family members, are eligible for free counseling through our on-site counseling program or, if they have access to insurance, through our network therapists from various cities within Williamson County.
Outside therapists interested in joining our network, may contact WCCAC’s Clinical Supervisor, Megan Humphrey, at (512) 943-3705 or MHumphrey@wilcocac.org.