Child Sexual Abuse Therapeutic Services

Waratah Child Sexual Abuse Therapeutic Services (CSATS) is designed to offer services to help children, young people and their families heal from the harmful psychological, emotional and social effects of child sexual abuse.

All clinicians are professionals with psychology, social work or counselling tertiary qualifications and have received specialised training in providing services to children, young people and adults who have been affected by child sexual abuse.

This service provides free, specialised counselling, support and therapeutic intervention services for:

  • Children and young people and their families; who have experienced and/or been impacted by child sexual abuse;
  • Children and young people who are responsible for or who are at risk of sexually abusing other children.

Families can access the service by self-referring, by having another agency refer them or by being referred by Department for Child Protection and Family Support.

Childrens Domestic Violence Service Fact Sheet

Sexually Abused Children Fact Sheet for Parents and Caregivers

Child Sexual Abuse Therapeutic Service Fact Sheet

Problem Sexualised Behaviour Fact Sheet

Need help?

For out of hours help, advice and counselling please call:

1800 737 732