Anne speaks with BTR coach Joi about the benefits of Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group and how it can provide connection for women at any point in their journey to healing. BTRG can help foster connection with other women who know and who have been through the pain and anguish to the other side of healing.
The holidays can be a point of difficulty for many. Old memories, lost relationships, and feelings of longing and sadness can set in. BTR would like to offer hope, in the face of trials this season by sharing some wisdom from the scriptures.
Are you connected with your loved ones? Do your kids talk to you about their feelings? Does your family set aside regular and routine time to talk and connect without electronics? This is a struggle many families face today. With technology being so widely accessible, families can often not even realize that they are connecting to their screens, but not to each other. What can we do to foster and facilitate genuine connection and conversation with our children, family members, and...
What is Post Betrayal Transformation? What is Post Betrayal Syndrome? Dr. Debi Silber joins Anne to speak about her research regarding the stages of betrayal trauma and how women can come out of betrayal trauma with transformation.
Here at Betrayal Trauma Recovery, we often receive testimonials from women who have found support and connection within our community. These testimonials stand as a reminder of why we do what we do and how this work is invaluable to others.
Is pornography use abusive? What about affairs and infidelity? How is cheating abuse? Why is pornography use considered abuse towards a spouse? Anne interviews Dr. Omar Minwalla on his model involving in treating sexual and abuse issues involved in pornography use and infidelity.
How does narcissistic abuse effect someone's self-worth? Does having healthy self-esteem help in combatting the effects of the damaging type of abuse? Learn more about emotional abuse and what you can do to be safe.
The enabling of sexual abuse within the church is an issue on the forefront of the headlines. When victims of abuse seek help and assistance from their bishops, many state they experience blame, shame, guilting and fail to be protected by the church. Why is this happening within faith communities?
Is recovery ever real? How can we know and how can we keep ourselves safe from the trauma of relapse? Join Coach Gaelyn as she discusses her own experience with betrayal, trauma, hope, and healing in recovery.