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In-Person and Online Group Therapy for Women in California
who are Survivors of Sexual Assault and Trauma

reclaim your life
from sexual trauma


Long after experiencing sexual trauma, you can still have strong feelings of grief, shame, guilt, fear, or a sense of isolation and disconnection from others. It may feel too daunting to begin building trust and emotional or physical intimacy in a relationship. Or you may struggle to recognize what a trusting relationship looks like. It may also feel too scary to open up to people around you because you're not sure they'll understand.


regain your sense of empowerment 

This group is all about regaining your self-worth and sense of empowerment and helping you recognize that you're not alone. It offers a safe, healing space for women ages 18 and up to support and empower each other and to learn new skills to help navigate through relationships and deal with difficult emotions that come up for survivors. Additional goals of the group include:

Having a safe environment where you can be heard, believed, and validated 

Reclaiming your identity so you don’t feel defined by the trauma  

Exploring topics like trust, intimacy, and boundaries to help you confidently seek out healthy relationships

Changing your relationship with the inner critic so it has less control over your self-esteem 

Learning about how the trauma of sexual assault affects the mind and body, including practical coping skills that utilize the mind-body connection

Understanding how societal and cultural issues have impacted your experience

Using group talk therapy, expressive arts, and psychoeducation to help you process feelings of grief, shame, fear, and disconnection.

In-Person Ongoing Group: Wednesdays 12:00pm - 1:30pm
10-Week Online Group: Wednesdays 7:00pm - 8:30pm

*Next 10-week series begins July 2024

Investment is $60 per session

Registration for new clients includes a 50-minute intake session for a one-time fee of $160.

A portion of these costs may be covered by out-of-network insurance.

Groups include:

  • Group therapy sessions

  • Interactive workshops

  • A self-guided online course

Space is limited to 6 members. 

Due to licensing laws, members must attend virtual groups from California.

meet the group facilitators


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My specialized focus on working with sexual assault survivors started in 2009. Since then, I've worked with survivors at all different stages of coping; from crisis support on the same day of an assault to decades after sexual abuse
I have an extensive background in trauma-informed mindfulness-based approaches and expressive arts techniques, which I often incorporate into group work. I take societal and systemic issues seriously when it comes to the role they play in your experience of trauma and shame, and I am passionately driven to empower you to overcome self-blame and rediscover your self-worth.


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Tammy is Wellness for Humanity's workshop facilitator and professional grief and life coach with a Master's in Psychology. She's spent her career leading groups and providing support to people dealing with the grief, confusion, and uncertainty that come with the trauma recovery journey.

Guiding discussions and providing education aren't her only superpowers! Tammy is also formally trained in Brainspotting, including Brainspotting in group settings; a powerful treatment for helping the brain process unresolved trauma and unhelpful emotions or belief systems that are "stuck" in the nervous system.

You deserve to be heard, believed, and supported

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