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Healing from sexual trauma on Bloom

Explore body image, sexual desire, the trauma response, and coping mechanisms after sexual trauma, and rebuild a sense of identity with varied recovery tools. Powered by Bloom by Chayn.

Creating boundaries on Bloom

Learn about different boundary types and styles, how to identify toxic behaviour in others, and tools for recognising our emotional needs in relationships. Powered by Bloom and Soul Medicine.

How to regain your confidence after trauma on Soul Medicine

When we doubt our self worth, we can also lose a sense of who we are. Get simple and practical steps to rebuild your confidence, empowering you to take over the reins of your life. Powered by Soul Medicine by Chayn.

Conversations with Carolyn Spring: Building skills for recovery after trauma [external resource]

A podcast about the process of building skills for managing emotions.

Telling someone about what happened on YSM

Deciding to tell someone what happened after an assault is a deeply personal decision and one that we should take time to think about. We talk through different options. Powered by Your Story Matters (YSM) by Chayn.

My little book of coping methods by The Peach Diaries with Roisin Ross [external resource]

This book is full of coping methods for you to try in times of need. The techniques can be used as small, everyday steps to help you heal from the abuse you experienced.

Assertive communication on Soul Medicine

Understand different styles of communication and things you can practice to feel more confident.

Your Story Matters (YSM) by Chayn

If you've been treated in a way that has made you feel uncomfortable or violated, let YSM be your companion because your story matters. Through a curated list of resources created by us and others, we talk through the difficult thoughts and emotions you may be going through. Created by survivors of sexual abuse across the world.

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