Interpersonal trauma (e.g., sexual and physical assault/abuse, domestic violence, childhood maltreatment and neglect) can negatively impact one’s core sense of safety and self-worth, leading to feelings of guilt, shame, and outbursts of anger to protect oneself from further pain.
The lasting impact of trauma often involves intense feelings of anxiety, depression, and loneliness as one withdraws and retreats into isolation when they're consumed with fear and unable to cope with triggers, ultimately interfering with the ability to obtain satisfying relationships, and leaving one lost and unbalanced.
The Trauma Information Group is a 10-week evidence-based supportive and skills group therapy for survivors of interpersonal trauma to…
Find acceptance in a community of relatable women to practice relationship building and develop trust in a way that will help foster a better support system in your relationships with others.
Gain validation around the impacts that trauma has had on your life so you feel heard and understood, and not isolated and confused in your experience.
Learn practical coping skills for traumatic-stress reactions to decrease anger, shame, and self-blame and increase stability, self-compassion, and self-care.
Overall feel more effective in pursuing your goals because you're able to focus on the things that are important to you, and stop being overly giving of yourself to others for external validation of worth.
Go from uncertain and unsafe to supported and confident today!