|About||We provide services across the spectrum of interpersonal harm prevention and intervention. We aim to eliminate harm through education, consultation, training, therapy, and supportive services.|
Pathfinder Counseling Services is dedicated to the education and enrichment of all members of our community.
To provide therapeutic and educational services that support personal growth and facilitate enriched living. Pathfinder Counseling Services will maintain particular focus on the support and encouragement of safe relationships, between individuals and within the community.
Pathfinder Counseling Services envisions a world free from sexual harm. With focus on sexual abuse prevention and intervention, we provide education, consultation, training, therapy and supportive services. Our therapeutic services are offered for individuals who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviors. We offer consultation, training, and education for youth and families, concerned adults, and professionals in a variety of settings, such as schools, victim advocacy organizations, and human services organizations. A broad range of topics are offered to address sexual harm prevention, bystander intervention, and the realities and ripple effect of sexual violence and exploitation in our communities.
“Sexology” —Campus Response to Sexual Assault
A cognitive behavioral curriculum supporting development of effective and healthy skills associated with healthy sexual boundaries, attitudes and behaviors. This program meets criteria for Campus related Title IX sanctions.
“Demand Free” - John School
An intervention program educating men who use prostitutes to reduce the demand for commercial sex and human trafficking. Providing accurate information about global and specific negative impacts of commercial sex.
*Open for Referrals January 2018
“Relational Abuse Alternatives Program” (RAAP) - Domestic Violence Program
For men who engage in abusive behaviors against their partners, led by mental health practitioners who provide support while holding clients accountable for their actions. Clients identify and change underlying issues related to abusive behaviors.
*Open for Referrals Spring 2018
Training & Consultations
We provide training and consultation across a wide variety of topics related to sexual harm prevention, interpersonal violence prevention, and general mental health. We partner with numerous community organizations, including victim service organizations, corrections, human services, forensic mental health service organizations, colleges and universiti