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The South Okanagan Women In Need Society will be gaining a trauma counsellor for its sexual assault treatment team, thanks in part to criminal and civil forfeiture grants from the B. The counsellor will be working with the PRH sexual assault team and providing those services free of charge.
As this relocation does not have a determined timeline, we ask that clients please check back here for clinic location updates.
Scarborough said it is important to have a counsellor on board at the hospital, because that is typically the first point of contact after an assault, before RCMP or any other services. That counsellor would work with the survivor from the first contact with the hospital through the court process, if the assault does go through the legal system.
Having that specialized counsellor, Scarborough said, would add a new dimension to the counselling services already provided at SOWINS. It can be very different. So it would just provide a very specialized counselling service.
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One type of therapy that is being utilized by SOWINS more recently is eye movement desensitization reprocessing EMDR therapy, which dates back to the lates, but has more recently risen to prominence. The therapy involves a horizontal bar with small lights along the front, that run back and forth across the bar, sort of like a pendulum.
Patients rate distress associated with a traumatic image — for instance, the face of their assailant — before and after the therapy.
After working with the therapist, while watching the lights run back and forth, Bysterveld said a person with high associated distress at the beginning of the session tend to experience little distress at the end. And Bysterveld said once the patient has had success with the therapy, the brain has been effectively rewired to exclude the distress.
When recalling the face of the rapist, they will say that it was threatening, but do not feel threatened by it, even years down the line.
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