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So much of healing is finding the support and care that works for us, and yet we aren’t taught how to find and advocate for that care.


In fact, complex trauma often teaches us the exact opposite: that we aren’t worthy of responsive, consensual, and collaborative support; that we aren’t allowed to ask for what we need; that we are burdensome for needing support; that we should settle for what is offered even if it doesn’t meet our needs; that we aren’t allowed to ask questions; that we don’t know ourselves well enough to direct our healing; that we need to look to others to tell us how to “fix” ourselves; and more. While these messages can feel incredibly persuasive (I believed them myself at one time), they aren’t true.


In Finding Trauma Responsive Care: A Survivor's Guide to Finding Trauma Informed Care That Meets Your Personal Recovery Needs, you'll receive:

  • A 24 page mini-workbook written from the perspective of a survivor that gives step by step guidance for seeking trauma responsive care, including therapists.
  • Includes a download of the complete workbook which can be printed for personal use
  • Offers self-reflective questions to define recovery needs, email templates for reaching out to providers, a list of potential search platforms, questions to ask to determine if the partnership would be a good fit, and more.

Finding Trauma Responsive Care eWorkbook


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