Brampton, Canada, March 15, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The company’s services will be offered directly through the recently-created federal government’s Victim Quick Response Program, which entitles eligible survivors of violent crimes to multiple counselling sessions from qualified specialists for no cost to them.
Violent crimes not only impact those from the direct incident, but also through the psychological effects the incident has on all those involved. Psychological problems such as flashbacks, panic attacks and continual stress can exacerbate the trauma of a violent event causing vicarious trauma to young family members and damaging intimate relationships of those who have already been victimized. It is imperative for those that have experienced a violent crime, whether as a survivor or as a relative of a survivor, to step forward and speak with a professional about their concerns for the future. By working with trusted experts such as the team at The Family Enhancement Centre, Canadians can move beyond the trauma experienced in violent incidents and discover a new lease on life.
The Family Enhancement Centre’s trauma counselling services are among the best available in the region. And, because the company is now working with the Attorney General’s Victim Quick Response Program, eligible clients are being offered up to 10 counselling sessions with experts at The Family Enhancement Centre for no cost to them. Those who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, stabbings, attempted murder or family members of homicide victims are the preferred population for this program and no police report is required for domestic violence or sexual assault survivors. The entire team at The Family Enhancement Centre is trained and available to listen to concerns of family members and provide them support and direction if required, in order to ensure their clients achieve success and healing. The staff of the organization has experience working with children, young adults and those of all ages which makes it the best environment to work with your whole family. You are encouraged to contact The Family Enhancement Centre directly to discuss your unique situation so custom arrangements can be made to best meet the needs of your loved ones young and old. It’s a service that could help repair important relationships and ensure personal growth in the long-term.
To learn more about The Family Enhancement Centre, as well as the Victim Quick Response Program, please contact the company’s offices directly or visit their business website at www.tfec.ca.