Carla Pratt is the program coordinator and therapist for SAS. She provides counseling for sexual assault survivors and their support people as well as medical advocacy and legal advocacy. Carla also coordinates the volunteer program and provides presentations on sexual assault and sexual harassment throughout Racine County.
As a therapist working with sexual assault survivors, one of Carla’s goals is to provide a setting that is safe, supportive and free of judgment. She believes the client/therapist relationship is central to the healing process. Carla views the counseling process as a team effort in which the client takes the lead and the therapist takes a supporting role. Her approach to counseling is eclectic. She utilizes a variety of counseling techniques, matching them to the needs of each client. Carla has completed Level I training in brainspotting and has recently begun using this technique in therapy. She provides individual, couple and family counseling.
Carla has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, and a master's degree in professional counseling from Concordia University Wisconsin. She interned at sexual assault services from February through September of 2012 and has been employed at SAS since October 2013.
Expertise: Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Trauma, Brainspotting
Education:BA in Psychology from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. MS in Professional Counseling from Concordia University, Wisconsin.
Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Trauma, Brainspotting