Treatment

The Collins Center therapy team uses a trauma-informed treatment approach to guide their work with individuals who have experienced sexual assault or abuse. With extensive training and specialization in the field, the therapy team collaborates to provide comprehensive treatment for children, non-offending caregivers, and adults who have been affected by sexual violence. The Collins Center is able to provide a range of trauma-informed services to suit individual client needs. Trauma treatment modalities offered at the Collins Center include: sand tray and art therapy, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Integrated Play Therapy, psychoeducation, parent support, assessment, and referral. Periodically, support groups and other trauma-informed groups are also available.  

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Sue Swift, LPC

Sue Swift, LPC is the Clinical Coordinator at the Collins Center. She sees a variety of clients at the Collins Center and has worked in many settings where she has treated substance abuse, depression, PTSD, parenting issues, sexual abuse, and women’s issues. Sue works with both children and adults, and has been working with survivors of sexual violence at the Collins Center since 2006. Sue is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  Prior to working at the Collins Center, Sue  worked at two Community Services Boards and at RMH, as well as in a school setting. 

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Hanna Foster, LPC

Hanna Foster is a graduate of James Madison University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. Prior to serving as a counselor, Hanna worked at the Collins Center as an advocate, crisis counselor, administrator and grant writer for ten years. She has extensive experience with sexual assault crisis intervention, treatment and prevention. Hanna is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has experience treating adults and children with a wide variety of traumatic experiences.

Margaret Grubb, MA

Margaret Grubb is a graduate of Eastern Mennonite University’s Counseling Program and is currently a Resident in Counseling.  She has experience providing intensive clinical supervision and direct services to families and children with a wide range of trauma histories.  Margaret works with both children and adults and has experience treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual abuse, gender and sexual identity, and parenting issues.  She is trained in various attachment interventions.