About Us





Our Commitment:

To provide therapeutic counseling to victims of all forms of abuse and trauma.  

To improve public knowledge in our community regarding all aspects of abuse and trauma by creating a resource library and information for survivors of trauma and abuse.

Our Mission:

The Centre for Abuse and Trauma Therapy Inc. is committed to providing support, empowerment, and advocacy to survivors of abuse and trauma through professionally facilitated individual therapy.  The Centre is a non-profit, charitable counseling agency that provides advocacy for survivors of trauma and abuse, specializing in short and long-term therapy for individuals who have been abused, traumatized or stressed by life’s experiences.  Our services are inclusive to men, women, and youth.  We will provide equal treatment of all individuals accessing our services while being sensitive to the issues of gender, race, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and/or abilities. We offer specialized services and resources for child pornography, human trafficking, and prostitution survivors. 


The Centre for Abuse and Trauma Therapy Inc. continues to focus on offering therapy accessible to clients from all income levels. Through fundraising and donations, our Centre is proud to offer subsidized spots for clients who otherwise would be unable to receive therapy. We are proud to announce that at this time 75% of our client base is receiving subsidies in order to obtain therapy for abuse and trauma. The Centre will continue to raise funds and request government funding with the goal of being able to provide treatment to all clients as needed.


In June of 2008, we proudly opened our new office: 234 Concession Street, Suite 200 in Kingston. We continue to expand and become more accessible to people in our community.


The Centre for Abuse and Trauma Therapy is not a Crisis Centre. 

If you are in distress, please contact the 24/7 crisis line at 613-544-4229 or the Sexual Assault Crisis Line at 613-544-6424.  If this is an emergency, please call 911.