Introduction to the Paths to Recovery After Abuse and Trauma
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During the first phase of recovery, you begin to wake-up to the realizations that you are no longer being abused or traumatized, and you are beginning to realize just what you have escaped. The six classes in Course 1: Waking-Up After Escaping Abuse and Trauma will help you through this phase of your recovery.
This course covers the first half of the 12 R’s of Recovery. Use any one or more of these 12 R’s to reply to any moment when you feel the sudden, dreaded, or chronic effects of dealing with flashbacks, nightmares, startle reactions, self-esteem loss, horrific memories, and other reactions that are common during recovery.
This course covers the second half of the 12 R’s of Recovery. Use any one or more of these 12 R’s to reply to any moment when you feel the sudden, dreaded, or chronic effects of dealing with flashbacks, nightmares, startle reactions, self-esteem loss, horrific memories, and other reactions that are common during recovery.
Navigating emotions are more complicated by abuse and trauma because our physiology and biochemistry changed when exposed to chronic or sudden abuse and trauma. We need to learn again how to return to healthy levels of self-regulation and functional living and integrate emotions into these healthy rhythms we re-learn.
Depression, anxiety, stress, fear, anger, turmoil, trauma, and abuse stab each of us. Conflicts wrangle and strangle any chance for peace away, or so we falsely believe. How many of us also feel that PEACEFULNESS is a silly, unattainable, and unwise goal in this modern conflict-oriented world? Be surprised.
Of course you were a victim! You were harmed by someone else who was cruel, disturbingly harmful, self-serving, exploitive or recklessly dangerous. But, you don’t want to continue to feel like or act like you are anyone’s victim as you recover and thrive. This course will take you through the self-respectful paths of freeing yourself from victimization looping.
With abuse and trauma, your body can lose all regulation, rhythms, and consistent patterns that help each part of your body function reliably and smoothly. Course 8 focuses upon how to recover your body so that you can rely on your body as you emotionally and psychologically recover, also. Shift your body’s dysregulations after your abuse and trauma.
In this course, you will learn how to use your GUT to create inner dialogues to help be your own best Spiritual Soldier. Learn how to lose your identity or “sense of self” related to abuse and trauma. You need to be the most powerful person in your life. You need to be a hero to yourself as you recover AND as you move forward in your life.
Wondering what therapies are out there and what exactly you should be looking for? Course 10: Psychotherapies for Abuse and Trauma Recovery will guide you through the process of finding the right therapy and therapist that works best for you. You’ll learn how to get out of abuse, recover, and live a thriving life!
Course 11: Self-Therapy Moments is all about other types of treatments you can give yourself during recovery. There are so many different types of treatments and therapies that are available to you and that you can do on your own. Mix and match to find your perfect fit and feel what works best for you.
In the recovery process, people find very mystical and religious experiences that have really helped them through their situation. Some will find that their situation tore their fatih apart, which can be devastating. This course will help you explore Spirituality and the Recovery process, and how to own them.
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