Articles about “For Clients”
For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Teachers, Workers, Young People
In addition to counselling sessions, you may communicate with your counsellor/advocate by:
Information for victims of rape
For Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Workers, Young People
This article is designed to give those of you who have been or currently are the victims of sexual assault (together with the friends, family and perhaps school counsellors who are supporting you) information which should be of use to you.
Pregnancy following rape
For Female Survivors, Young People
A number of SECASA'S clients are mothers of children following rape or are children born following the rape of their birth mother.
Will CASA tell my parents?
For Young People
What you say when you speak to CASA counsellor/advocate, either in person or on the phone, is usually confidential. There are a few exceptions such as if you disclose that another person may hurt you. The counsellor in this case may have to talk to other professionals such as police...