Often, many people dealing with the wounds of sexual abuse suppress their emotions and adapt their behavior to avoid dealing with the pain and confusion that comes from being a survivor of assault, rape, molestation, or abuse. For those who’s pain and suffering are no longer tolerable and are seeking relief and solutions to their issues with: intimacy, sex, connection, touch, relationships, trust, and feeling whole and empowered—to consider working with a sexual healer is a big step.
The vast majority of sexual healers are sincere and are following a calling to help others the way they have been helped to heal from their abuse. Survivors of sexual abuse can be confident that there is effective help available and that they can return to a sense of wholeness and wellbeing if they are prepared for the process they must go through to get there. In a way, it’s like needing surgery to recover from an accident—it will be a process that will include some pain and discomfort, but if you don’t do it you’ll continue to suffer from your wounds.
Many of the people who need sexual healing are afraid to avail themselves of its services due to their lack of trust incurred from the wounds of their abuse. The Safe Sexual Healing guidebook seeks to begin the process of establishing trust by revealing what to expect from sexual healing sessions and how a healer can facilitate those sessions safely.
I created a 7 point checklist that will help prepare clients to work with a sexual healer and complete their healing program. Following this checklist will aid you in facilitating your healing while making the process as effective and timely as possible in your unique case.
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- Sexual Healing Safety - August 22, 2020
- Sexual Healer or Sex Worker? - December 1, 2019
- Available on Amazon! - September 15, 2019
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