CPTSD Foundation is looking for...
Licensed Clinicians, Counselors, & Certified Coaches who are intersted in providing a safe, virtual, space for our members as part of our Daily Recovery Support program.
This page will outline more of what Daily Recovery Support is, and what you can expect as a call leader on our team.
If you’re interested in learning more, please use the contact form and we’ll be in touch with you via email to follow up and schedule a zoom chat to answer your questions and share more about our organization.
We looking forward to meeting you!
What is Daily Recovery Support?
We’re glad you asked! Daily Recovery Support is under the umbrella of CPTSD Foundation, and provides trauma informed peer support 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
DRS (as we like to call it) was launched in 2018 as our flagship program, and provides a safe place for survivors of trauma to come and feel heard, validated, encouraged, and equipped with skills and information they can use daily in their healing journey.
This virtual support group atmosphere on zoom has become a safe haven for survivors as they navigate daily life in the wake of a traumatic past.
The button below takes you the full information page that explains more of how the program works.
What Topics are Covered?
All call topics pertain to complex trauma recovery and include but are not limited to: Anxiety, Food Issues, Depression, Boundaries & Safe People, Faith in Recovery, Guilt & Shame, Narcissistic Abuse, Skills-Based Recovery, Faith in Recovery, and more.
We also have weekly Q&A calls, where members can ask questions and share comments on any aspect of their healing journey from complex trauma.
We invite you to request new topics as well; if you have an area of expertise that is not listed as a current topic, let’s talk about the possibilities of adding it!
How many calls could I lead?
How long are the calls?
Can I offer my courses or books?
We allow guest call leaders to include all of the following information, which will be listed on your specific call while it’s in progress, as well as permanently listed in the member’s area, where they can watch and listen anytime after.
-Name and any certifications or licenses you have.
-3 sentence bio
-Link to your course, book, or services along with a brief description.
Ultimately the daily calls are about providing insight, skills, and encouragement to the members in a safe and “non-salesy” atmosphere. We can work out the details with you and answer any further questions on this topic during your informational call that is scheduled after we receive your form.
Am I doing a presentation or Q&A only?
The members can interact with you by asking questions and sharing comments in the chat box, which you can then address during the call.
We also have the ability for members to speak their question outloud, to you and the group. This is not required but can be helpful if the member feels safe in sharing this way.
How do I sign up lead a call?
After that call we will review the information and your ideas; and if selected, you’ll be contacted with a scheduling link where you can select one or more days of calls to lead.
How many members attend the calls?
How do I join the calls, do they use video?
All calls are hosted on our CPTSD Foundation Zoom platform, which supports both audio and video, as well as screen share capability.
Daily Recovery Support Calls are hosted using audio-only, with screen shares. We do allow members to share questions and comments in the chat box throughout the call, and during the last minutes by using their voice if they choose.
Do call leaders receive a fee for leading?
Some of our call leaders prefer to lead calls as a volunteer to give back to the survivor community, while others do receive a stipend for each call they lead in a calendar month.
I just want to say that the work that you are doing to keep complex trauma survivors on the path of healing, and your lovely and supportive community (which I have had several opportunities to observe) I’ve found it to be a very great asset to those suffering the complex after effects of years maybe lifetimes of abuse, because it helps us know that we’re not alone, we’re not crazy, we’re not imagining things, and we are definitely not the cause of all the ills that befell us, or even still are happening to us.
There is nothing else like it that I am aware of. I get lost in my head with bad thoughts and feel suicidal a lot because I feel there is something wrong with me. Now I know that I am NOT the only one struggling with this. Through the supportive group chat and the education from Athena and Matt, I am gaining more tools to face each hour of each day. I want to live, not just merely survive and these calls are giving me hope that this is possible.