Trauma is isolating; healing doesn’t have to be
Trauma changes the way we think, feel and behave. It makes us believe that others can’t be trusted, that there’s something wrong with us, and that we somehow caused or intended for the traumatic event(s) to happen.
This is especially true for survivors of sexual violence, such as rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, and/or harassment, because of the stigma that surrounds these traumas.
After this twelve week psychoeducational support group you will
⭐ Understand how trauma impacted your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and relationships
⭐ Explore the science behind trauma responses
⭐ Learn strategies for managing triggers and flashbacks (get grounded and feel more stable)
⭐ Understand how stigma and myths around sexual violence contribute to feeling stuck in recovery
⭐ Challenge trauma based beliefs
⭐ Learn to confidently express your needs and maintain boundaries
⭐ Develop trusting relationships with others who experienced similar experiences