~ You’ll be led on a gentle, guided path taking you step by step into strengthening, clarity, growth, and freedom for your mind and heart.
~ You’ll understand how trauma affects your brain and your healing process, in ways you may not even realize yet, and what to do about it. You’ll understand why thought and belief therapy hasn’t been as effective as you’d hoped.
~ You’ll learn practical tools for dealing with the overwhelming emotions that flood you during and after abuse such as anxiety, doubt, fear, anger, hopelessness, confusion, depression, and torment.
~ You’ll focus on the healing tools you need rather than on more information about abuse. That information is on my website, but this group will be focused and calming.
~ You’ll find freedom from the guilt and shame you feel about your emotional world being so unstable. You’ll learn that you don’t have a character flaw that’s keeping you stuck, and that you can’t “just get over it.”
~ You’ll be able to make good decisions and be consistent with healing self-care when you learn how to calm your mind, body, and emotions.
~ You’ll know how to rebuild an intentional and beautiful life for yourself after divorce.
~ You’ll rediscover the Jesus you once fell in love with, be set from spiritual guilt, and be able to rest in the Lord and receive His love.
~ You’ll develop the self-compassion and get the encouragement, support, and hope you need to do the hard work of healing.
~ You’ll know if you need to work more deeply with a counselor and exactly what to look for when choosing one.
~ You’ll know you can heal. As a survivor of childhood, spousal and spiritual abuse, I lived in torment for 56 years. I know God wants us to be completely healed because He made it possible for me!