Who We Are
The Trauma Recovery Clinic (TRC) is co-directed by Dr. Anna Jaffe and Dr. David DiLillo, licensed clinical psychologists with expertise in trauma and PTSD. TRC clinicians are doctoral students in clinical psychology supervised by Dr. Jaffe and Dr. DiLillo.
What We Do
The TRC provides low-cost, confidential psychological services for people who are experiencing traumatic stress or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following any type of traumatic event, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, accidents, disasters, physical assault or other crimes, and violence based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or race.
TRC clinicians use evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment approaches.
Our services are confidential and low-cost. Sessions range from $5 to $25 based on income.
In-person and telehealth services are available.
Cognitive Processing Therapy
Trauma can change the way you think about yourself and the world. CPT helps you learn skills to evaluate upsetting thoughts, and consider if there are more helpful ways to think about the trauma. By changing your thoughts, you can change how you feel.
This therapy works by helping you face your fears. By talking about the trauma with a therapist and confronting safe situations that you have been avoiding, you can regain more control of your life.
Where to Start
Step 1: Call 402-472-2351 and ask for the Trauma Recovery Clinic. You'll be asked to answer a few questions and schedule an appointment.
Step 2: Meet with a therapist for 90-minutes to share what's going on.
Step 3: Decide on treatment options. You might meet with a therapist once or twice a week for about 6-15 weeks. The therapies we offer are supported by research and are highly effective.
The clinic is located in Burnett Hall on the UNL City Campus.