Safe Alliance, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Charlotte, NC, 28202 | Psychology Today
Safe Alliance, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Charlotte, NC, 28202, (704) 935-2353
This is a FREE therapy group for survivors of sexual trauma who want to process and explore the following topics: sexual health and sex positivity, releasing shame and guilt, understanding the impact of sexual trauma on emotional, physical, sexual, and relational health, integrating mind and body, engaging control and healthy boundaries, defining and exploring sexual pleasure, connection and intimacy, and safe resources for learning and exploration. *Due to the sensitive nature of this group, therapist referral is required*. Please reach out for more information.
Every Tue 5:30 P.M. - 7 P.M.
Safe Alliance offers a FREE weekly group that teaches resources to attain safety from trauma through improving the use of healthy coping strategies. This group uses the components of the Seeking Safety Model, sharing information related to topics specific to trauma. Some examples of topics include: Safety, Grounding, Healing from Anger, Compassion, Healthy Relationships, Recovery Thinking. This is an open group with new members welcome. Please call us (704-332-9034 ) today to schedule an intake appointment to see if this group is the right fit for you.
Every Tue 6 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
A PROCESS GROUP for WOMEN SEEKING to HEAL from BETRAYAL! From the most intimate and extreme to the most casual and oblique, BETRAYAL GOES THROUGH OUR SYSTEM THE SAME WAY. Women of Whimsy and Strength Groups are a safe, healthy, yet rigorous place for women to begin to articulate the trauma and heartache of a relationship harmed by unfaithfulness. Professionally led and clinically focused by experienced facilitators to avoid the paralysis of bitterness and move clients from devastated and overwhelmed to dignified sorrow and strength. Am I a fool to stay? A bitch to leave? What does wisdom look like?
Every Tue 6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Professionally led and clinically focused PROCESS GROUPS FOR MEN. A supportive, yet rigorous environment created for men who struggle with intimacy and relating to others. Honest vulnerability, and the courage to face one's own inadequacy and paradoxically one's surprising sufficiency as men, is required. An excellent extension of a client's 12 Step Group work; accountability group work; Marriage or Individual counseling. The focus will be on one's personal narrative and connecting the historical choices to deaden and harden one's heart (at great detriment to ourselves) and CURRENT self-defeating strategies, negatively impacting our relationships today.
$50 - $60
Every Tue, Wed, Fri 6 A.M. - 8 A.M.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline
Call: When someone calls 800.656.HOPE, they are connected with a RAINN support specialist or a local center from RAINN’s network of more than 1,000 sexual assault service providers throughout the country. Learn more about the telephone hotline.
Chat: Survivors and loved ones can access help online (online.rainn.org) through a chat-based platform on any Internet-connected device. The confidential platform provides support to thousands of survivors each month, many of whom are disclosing the experience for the first time. Learn more about the online hotline.