Tappahannock (“Tappahannocke”) is an Indian name meaning “on the rise and fall of water.” Rappahannock, the name of the river, means “rise and fall of water.” In the early 1600’s, Jacob Hobbs established a waterhouse and trading post here and this area was known as “Hobbs His Hole”and later, for a short time, “New Plymouth.” England desired to establish a port of entry in each county and Benjamin Goodrich sold the crown 50 acres of land for the town site.
Today, thirteen homes and buildings are included in Tappahannock’s Historic Landmark District.
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The type of rape therapy used depends a lot on the individual and their circumstance but common rape therapies include: Stress inoculation therapy, prolonged exposure therapy and cognitive processing therapy are all considered cognitive behavioral therapies.
Many treatments for rape victims focus on treating the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as that is what women typically suffer from if trauma from the sexual assault is experienced long-term.
According to our research of Virginia and other state lists there were 15 registered sex offenders living in Tappahannock as of May 23, 2017.
The ratio of number of residents in Tappahannock to the number of sex offenders is 160 to 1.