Women's Relational Trauma Support Group

Women's Relational Trauma Online Support Group by Hamsa Healing Space

Much of your experience in the relationship has felt like a roller coaster. You frequently feel unsafe and often question whether your feelings are valid. You find yourself questioning whether your perceptions of your experiences in disagreements, warrant their reactions. You find yourself glorifying possible scenarios and fixate on the cycles of the ups and downs. You frequently cancel your plans and obligations, with hopes to hear from them, despite being in emotional distress. You experience a significant amount of anxiety if periods of time pass, without having contact with this person. You find yourself feeling conflicted with wanting to complete tasks for yourself and thinking about how to  save the relationship. You often feel sad, insecure, and doubtful within your romantic partnership. If you have experienced abuse in a relationship, this group is appropriate for you. You consider being alone, a frightening concept and you find means to satisfy loneliness. You experience magical thinking and often play out scenes of love and romance in your imagination, which may not have any plausibility. Join this group if you have been left feeling uncertain of who you are after experience relational trauma.

Is this group right for me?

This is a private, online support group for female adults, ages 30+. This group is designed for women to develop an understanding of how attachment wounds lead to unhealthy partnerships. This group is appropriate for female survivors of psychological abuse and domestic violence. This virtual group meets once per week and consists of didactic education which helps examine fears, projected beliefs, and repetition of cycles. Group members will learn how to let go of ‘potential’  and re-focus on their un-met needs. Group members will develop skills that help cultivate awareness into patterns of remaining in unhealthy partnerships. Participants will be led through a series of exercises that allow for exploration of relational trauma and the impacts on self worth and standards for figures of attachments. 

Support Group FAQ

These groups are didactic and interactive in nature, meaning that the facilitator (a Licensed Psychotherapist) leads and structures the group. Each week, the group facilitator guides all discussions, and processes by providing education, answering questions, and teaching structured exercises and interventions.

Sharing is not required, however attendees are always given the opportunity to do so, if they yearn for emotional and intimate interpersonal connections.

These groups are designed as an interactive experience in which participants learn how to connect with vulnerability while gaining insight into emotional needs. Participants have the options to utilize an anonymous Pseudonym faux name if they choose to do so. All participants are kindly asked to have their cameras on to add to the cohesive experience. Our encrypted platform is HIPAA compliant and has full confidentiality secure limited access to registered group attendees only.

No. Cards are kept on file on an encrypted, secure platform in which are charged the week in which the cycle begins. *Payment plans are available

First, we need you to please complete this brief pre-screening form so that we can reach out to you to schedule a free phone consultation to discuss the group of your choice. After the completion of the phone consultation, we will complete enrollment by sending you the consent forms. After all consent items are completed, you are registered and will receive all of the confidential schedule information and the virtual link to access the 8 – week group.

Yes. We assist you in this decision during our phone consultation and will help you determine if based on your personal circumstances, whether adding an additional avenue of support will be beneficial or would be better suited for deferment. Many participants will choose to either repeat a group cycle or join a different topic, after the completion of a cohort cycle.

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