Survivors of Crime

At Invicta Works, we understand that being a victim or witness to a crime can be traumatic and overwhelming. If you or someone you know has experienced a violent crime, know that help is available through the Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP) which is funded by the Ministry Attorney General. This program can provide financial support for essential expenses such as short-term counseling services and transportation costs related to the crime. We can bill directly to the Ministry Attorney General through this program, making it easier for you to access the support you need.

Invicta Works offers counselling for people enduring the aftermath of a crime. Here are some ways we can help:

  • We offer a range of evidence-based psychotherapy approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) to support our clients in their healing journey as a survivor of crime.

  • Support you in developing ways to cope, using proven techniques like mindfulness, relaxation, understanding your emotions and changing how you think.

  • We will give you information and guidance on how the justice system works and how to advocate for yourself during the process. This includes knowledge on your legal rights, the steps of the criminal justice system, and resources for support and representation.

  • Work together with you to find ways to address and overcome the difficulties you are facing. We will involve you in the process of identifying goals and creating a plan to achieve them.