The Journey is an 8-week long online trauma healing and recovery group psychotherapy for women with a history of traumatic or other adverse life experiences that are holding them back from achieving success in family, professional, social, and emotional aspects of their lives. It consists of a unique combination of well-established practices of neuroscience, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused psychotherapy, and trauma-focused art therapy. The participants will also be encouraged in practicing healing body and mind practices, including yoga and Qi-gong exercises, and forming healthy habits of sleep and nutrition.
This unique combination will provide an effective healing context to women on their journey toward healing from psychological trauma, PTSD, and related emotional issues, including anxiety, anger, and depression. The support of others has been identified as a significant protective factor in reducing trauma symptoms and feelings of shame and guilt often experienced by trauma victims.
FACEBOOK SUPPORT GROUP
Finding A Safe Way to Emotional Trauma Recovery - this group is a closed forum created to support the Finding a Safe Way to Emotional Recovery community. We are focused on healing symptoms of trauma and PTSD induced by a variety of traumatic situations, such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, or exposure to domestic violence in the most natural way and without the use of psychotropic medication.
We invite you to come and ask questions and support each other on your healing journey. Click here to join.
GIRLS IN ACTION
Self-Empowerment Course for Pre-teen and Teen Girls
The objective of this course is to empower girls with valuable life skills in order to achieve their full potential. The course is based on the belief that every girl deserves to love herself mentally, physically, and spiritually, and to have opportunities that allow her to make choices that benefit herself, her family, and her community. Research shows that girls who are engaged in positive activities such as school, sports, or prevention/intervention programs are more likely to complete middle and high school, attend college, positively serve their communities, and reach their potential for future success than their peers who are not involved.
TRAUMA FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL GROUP THERAPY FOR GIRLS WITH TRAUMATIC LIFE EXPERIENCES
THE FOCUS: Cognitive Behavioral Group designed to provide an opportunity to share the trauma experience, develop a narrative, and teach coping skills to manage recurrences of PTSD and other symptoms. The group will also incorporate a psychodynamic aspect helping the girls make meaning of their trauma experience, examine their view of themselves and their relationships as they integrate their experience into a more general view of themselves in society.