Services for Survivors of All Types of Trauma

The Joseph J. Peters Institute focuses on helping individuals and families heal. JJPI is a regional leader in providing trauma treatment services and therapeutic care to child, adolescent, and adult survivors of all types of trauma, including, but not limited to:

  • traumatic grief or separation
  • exposure to community violence
  • emotional abuse or psychological maltreatment
  • physical abuse or assault
  • exposure to gun violence
  • serious accident, illness, or medical procedure
  • natural or man-made disasters
  • war, terrorism, or political violence
  • military trauma
  • human trafficking
  • sexual abuse (see below for more information on our services for survivors of sexual abuse)
  • survivor of or witness to domestic violence (see below for more information on our services for survivors of domestic violence)

We treat the effects of trauma to help individuals heal and to live better lives. Participants may receive group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, and psychiatric services as needed. Treatment is provided at our Survivor Services location at 100 Broad Street, 17th floor, in Center City Philadelphia.