cptsd foundation

CPTSD Resources

Welcome to an overview of the Programs and Resources offered at CPTSD Foundation

What we do

We encourage you to explore the opportunities below and see what you feel may be helpful for you in your healing journey. All of our programs are designed from a trauma-informed perspective and created with you, the survivor, in mind.

Click on any module below to learn more. 

Daily Recovery Support

7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year

We’re here for you with affordable group calls, in a safe atmosphere, focusing on encouraging you and equipping you with skills and information you can use every single day in your healing journey. Take your healing to the next level!

Healing Book Club

Trauma-Healing Book Chat

Join us every week as we read and discuss trauma-informed resources in a safe atmosphere, by world-renown authors. Registration is always open, so you can join us anytime. Learn more and get signed up today!

Safe Support Groups

Private and Safe

We have several groups to choose from, each providing a safe place to come and receive support from other survivors healing in a safe community. Learn more and get plugged into a group that’s right for you.

Daily Encouraging Texts

Encouragement on the Go

One text per day, with an encouraging thought or nugget of wisdom to help inspire you as you heal from your past and embrace the hope that is possible in recovery. Start receiving your texts for only $4.99 per month. Cancel Anytime. 

Trauma-Informed Tuesday

Weekly Newsletter

Each week you’ll receive an email, filled with trauma-informed resources including blog posts, articles, podcasts, & videos, curated by our research team, to help encourage and equip you in your daily healing journey. 

MPM Circle

Mindfulness, Prayer, and Meditation

The MPM Circle is a 9-week journey of incorporating Mindfulness, Prayer, and Meditation into your healing, helping you stay connected and grounded. These important aspects of healing can be an integral part of everyday life.

Daily Recovery Replay Access

Support on Your Schedule

Can’t join us live for the Daily Recovery Support Calls? Daily Recovery Replay might be right for you. Full 24/7 access to our library of calls and resources. Get the daily support you need, on your schedule, on any device.


Trauma-Informed Articles & Stories

Every week, the staff writers & blog contributors here at CPTSD Foundation publish content that is trauma-informed and designed to not only inform and educate but also encourage and inspire as you continue to heal. 

We Are Healing Trauma Virtual Summit

Online Summit for Survivors

CPTSD Foundation is Proud and Honored to bring together Clinicians, Coaches, and Thought Leaders in the area of Trauma Recovery to Help Equip and Encourage you on your Journey.


Weekly YouTube Livestreams

Join us week on our YouTube channel as Athena interacts and shares with the survivor community about all things Complex Trauma Recovery, is a safe, and validating atmosphere where all are welcome to just “come as you are”. 

Crisis Resources

Local and Virtual Resources

If you find yourself in a situation where you are not feeling safe, or you are in any type of crisis, please reach out to your local medical or mental health providers. In addition, we have a list of some virtual resources available. Remember, CPTSD Foundation is not crisis support in any capacity.  

Help Me Find a Therapist


Are you looking for a trauma-informed therapist or other helping professional, either locally or virtually? Our research team can assist you in your search. Simply click the button below and fill out the informational form and we’ll reach back out to you.


What is Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

“Complex PTSD comes in response to chronic traumatization over the course of months or, more often, years. This can include emotional, physical, and/or sexual abuses, domestic violence, living in a war zone, being held captive, human trafficking, and other organized rings of abuse, and more. While there are exceptional circumstances where adults develop C-PTSD, it is most often seen in those whose trauma occurred in childhood”. 

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