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The Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook: Somatic Skills to Help You Feel Safe in Your Body, Create Boundaries, and Live with Resilience
If you’ve experienced sexual trauma you may feel as if you’ve lost your sense of self. You may have difficulty setting boundaries or building satisfying sexual relationships. Sometimes, you may even feel like your body isn’t your own. You aren’t alone. The scars of sexual trauma exist not only in the brain, but also in the body. And in order to heal, build resilience, and discover a sense of hope, you must address both.
Drawing on the powerful mind-body techniques of somatic therapy, The Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook is a step-by-step guide to overcoming the psychological effects of sexual trauma, and increasing positive body awareness and vitality. You’ll find tools to help you create an internal sense of safety and become more embodied and present. You’ll also discover ways to establish boundaries; move beyond intense feelings like shame, fear, and guilt; and deal effectively with triggers.
Available in Spanish, Do I Have Body Trauma? Somatic Tools To Feel Secure With Your Body, published by Desclee De Brouwer, and in Russian, Healing Sexual Trauma: Skills to Help You Feel Safe and Create Boundaries.
Now in Polish (I'll add any change to the title as soon as I receive my copies).
Available at NewHarbinger.com,
Sexual Trauma Clinical Training: Interventions to Cultivate Safety, Release Shame, and Nurture Boundaries
T his comprehensive training for therapists and other health professionals comprises practical exercises, client resources, interactive activities, and focused Q&A sessions.
By watching, you’ll gain:
A deep understanding of the profound and layered effects of sexual trauma
Effective clinical strategies for compassionate and open conversations with clients
Powerful somatic techniques to address triggers, flashbacks, and dissociation
Empowering interventions to help clients restore shattered boundaries and reclaim their lives
Embark on this journey of aiding survivors, fostering empowerment and healing, while simultaneously providing therapists and healing professionals the support to feel more capable and attuned.