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7-Week Support Group: Religious Abuse

7-Week Group: For the One Who's Experienced Religious Abuse

  • Starts Oct 1
  • 179 US dollars
  • Zoom - Virtual Meetup

Available spots

Service Description

When Founder, Naomi Wright, was asked, "What are the main areas of struggle for someone who has experienced religious abuse?", she quickly listed off 7 topics that later became the program outline below. She immediately knew, because she had lived it herself. This course was designed to help you establish a solid foundation for healing after religious abuse. It covers a range of topics, while supporting and encouraging you as you choose how you would like to engage: you are welcomed to interact by sharing from your experiences and asking your questions, or, if preferred, to observe and gather information in a more private way. Program outline: 1. Allowing Grief: The Losses Suffered 2. Science of Trauma: The Why to the What 3. Triggers: Being Patient with Yourself 4. Boundaries: A New Way of Life 5. Authentic Self: Finding Your Design 6. Trusting Again: The Possibility of Relationships 7. Identifying Healthy Community: The Seemingly Impossible Credentialed facilitator: The facilitator of "For The One Who's Experienced Religious Abuse" is credentialed, meaning she has extensive experience (professional and lived) and training in helping those who have experienced religious abuse. This has been prioritized in order to offer you the most well-rounded support possible. Tools and education: This group provides access to tools and education that are necessary in rebuilding one's life after religious abuse. You can gain insight into the science of trauma, triggers, boundaries, healthy community, and more throughout this 7-week program. Additionally, if you choose, you have a place where you can safely share your experiences and receive support from others who understand what you are going through, because they too have similarly suffered. Walk away with tools you can use for life. Group support: For the "One Who's Experienced Religious Abuse," understanding and empathy from peers can be an incredibly valuable resource. In a supportive setting, you can share your experiences and learn from one another, affirming the truth that you indeed are not alone in your struggles and suffering. The encouragement that comes from solidarity can be an incredible asset and one we are thankful to offer through this support group. If you are ready to take the next step alongside others, this group is for you. We already feel honored to meet you and privileged to be part of this next chapter in your story.

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