Betrayal Trauma Education and Support GROUP: Embracing Recovery 

$320.00

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Betrayal Trauma Education and Support GROUP: Embracing Recovery 

👉 Who this group is for: This group is best suited to women who have not yet embarked on a structured betrayal trauma recovery program; who may not have a specialized betrayal trauma therapist or coach; who are ‘stuck’ in their recovery from betrayal.

👉 By the end of this group you’ll:
– Feel heard and validated for your emotions and feel your reactions are perfectly normal.
– Understand betrayal trauma, and major recovery goals, phases, milestones and tasks
– Be in charge of your relationship safety and stability
– Be in charge of your triggers and have a plan to work through them and decrease them
– Have a vision of “life after recovery”
– Blast away myths about sex addiction, and understand the trauma connection

– Find your voice: How to communicate your feelings, make requests, set boundaries calmly and responsibly
– Identify deception and relationship disempowerment and what you’ve lost
– Handle your very valid anger responsibly
– Reclaim your rights and empowerment
-What forgiveness isn’t (it’s not reconciliation)
– Blast away any feelings of shame, self blame
– Reclaim and redefine your personal sexuality
– Be a member of a sisterhood and tribe of other women turning tragedy into personal triumph. A place of healing and growth where you belong

👉Participant Limit: 6 female only members

👉Dates and Times:  3 days to choose from:
Note: groups fill up fast but cancellations do occur. You may add your name to a wait list if you’d like to be notified of an opening.
Saturday mornings, October 23, 2021 through February 5, 2022 at 10am – 11:30am EDT (no meeting Saturday after US Thanksgiving, Christmas Day or New Years day)
Wednesdays, October 13, 2021 through January 19, 2022 at 11am – 12:30pm EDT (no meeting Wednesday before US Thanksgiving)
Monday evenings, September 13, 2021 through December, 6, 2021 at 7pm – 8:30pm EDT

👉Book: Facing Heartbreak: Steps to Recovery of Partners of Sex Addicts

👉Venue:  Weekly Zoom*  Video Share (and secret Facebook Group)

The sharing is VERY valuable! This is where we really synthesize and commit these changes neurologically. We see that healing is possible by learning from one another, and hearing perspectives that validate where we are, and show us other, positive viewpoints that we can assimilate. 

👉Video Meetings:  Format: Each week we’ll all get an assignment to read between 10-30 pages and do the exercises.  We share our questions, comments, experiences, struggles, victories and feelings in a private video meeting group that is limited to members only. (We can also share in between live meetings in the private Facebook group. No one outside the 6 people who are in the current group will have access to this group, or be able to see it, or your membership in the group.)

All participants will be expected to agree to confidentiality and safety, and a commitment to do the work, and be held accountable by other members of the group.

👉 Cost: $320 – this does not include the price of the book. Or, spread payments over 3 months at $120 per month

*The minimum number of participants will be 6 people. If the group doesn’t fill up,  full refunds will be issued to who signed up, or credit for three,  50 minute one-on-one coaching sessions with me (your choice).

** Cancellation Policy ** No refunds after 7 days of enrollment,  less a $5.00 cancellation fee.  Or a credit can be applied to a future groups to be used within a year.

(Prefer a payment plan? Go here.)  Embracing Recovery Support Group,  limited to 6 participants.
👉 By the end of this group you’ll:
– Feel heard and validated for your emotions and feel your reactions are perfectly normal.
– Understand betrayal trauma, and major recovery goals, phases, milestones and tasks
– Be in charge of your relationship safety and stability
– Be in charge of your triggers and have a plan to work through them and decrease them
– Have a vision of “life after recovery”
– Blast away myths about sex addiction, and understand the trauma connection

– Find your voice: How to communicate your feelings, make requests, set boundaries calmly and responsibly
– Identify deception and relationship disempowerment and what you’ve lost
– Handle your very valid anger responsibly
– Reclaim your rights and empowerment
-What forgiveness isn’t (it’s not reconciliation)
– Blast away any feelings of shame, self blame
– Reclaim and redefine your personal sexuality
– Be a member of a sisterhood and tribe of other women turning tragedy into personal triumph. A place of healing and growth where you belongThis is a safe group, facilitated by a trauma informed and highly trained peer and coach.

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3 reviews for Betrayal Trauma Education and Support GROUP: Embracing Recovery 

  1. Erika

    I have found this resource to be EXTREMELY healing and a healthy place to learn, grow, find support and most importantly validation. I’m not crazy. I didn’t cause this. I CAN HEAL independently of my husband’s choices. I have choices!

    Erika, Pennsylvania

  2. Frank Thomas

    I truly believe that Pam has a gift unlike any other person I’ve met dealing with these issues. She has been given the gifts of compassion, understanding and validity that have helped me through the course of my struggle.

    I can definitely say that I would not be as strong and confident about myself and my relationship if I hadn’t reached out to her 10 months ago. If you’re struggling right now because someone in your life has SA, believe me when I say you don’t have to struggle anymore. Take that hard first step and reach out to Pam. Get plugged in to one of these life-changing groups and watch the healing begin.

    Frank Thomas
    Boca Raton, FL

  3. Cathy C.

    Having just completed this course I am grateful.
    I needed accountability to read and DO the exercises that equip us as wives of SA’s to face and walk through this unintended journey.
    Most excellent!

    Today was our last session. I am grateful I read this book in a small group setting with safe people and a capable coach (Pam).
    It was needful. I do not believe I could have read and done the work required by myself. For two years this book sat unread, collecting dust. (I was afraid to read it by myself 😔) There are exercises that ask you to make a plan, and reflect. I needed to understand what I had come out of ~ 49 years of two PTSD marriages. (We are 2.5 years in recovery by God’s grace and leading.)
    Highly recommend. 🌹

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