Sexual assault or attempted sexual assault survivors go through a significant amount of trauma. This can be emotional or physical and can happen during, immediately after the assault, or long after the assault has been committed. During the trauma, the victims show different symptoms that are experienced consistently as noted by de Visser, Smith, Rissel, Richters, and Grulich (2003). These are grouped under what is known as rape trauma syndrome. By definition rape trauma syndrome is the psychological trauma experienced by rape survivors. these include behavioral disruptions physically, emotionally, cognitively, and interpersonally (University of California Irvine, 2014). A victim can experience one or many disruptions at a time. These have the tendency to come and go. Some survivors try to block the memories and thoughts of the painful experiences yet others would want to talk about it over again and again.