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November 17, 2018 @ 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm America/New York Timezone
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The Healing Book Club meets every Saturday at 4pm eastern, for 45 minutes. Calls are led by CPTSD Foundation staff member, Sabra Cain.

Participants who join each week are encouraged to read the current chapter or section only, which will be outlined by the leader during each call. This allows everyone to stay on the same page and have an open discussion on what each chapter means to them, how you can apply it to your life, agree or disagree with the thoughts of the author, and share general ideas about the content.

We welcome participation from all members during the call, however it is not required. You may interact as little or as much as you wish.

Not a member of the book club yet? No problem at all, just click here to learn more and get signed up!  Your healing book club membership includes a small monthly donation of $5.00, which goes directly to our scholarship fund to help provide CPTSD Foundation resources and access to Daily Recovery Support to those who are struggling financially. 

Currently the club is reading through “Journey Through Trauma, by Gretchen L Schmelzer, Ph.D.”     Available in Audiobook, Kindle, Paperback, & Hardcover– New and Used

Excerpt from Amazon listing – Dr. Schmelzer wants us to know that it is never too late to heal from trauma, whether it is the suffering caused within an abusive relationship or PTSD resulting from combat. Sometimes what feels like a big setback is actually an unexpected difficult step forward. So she wrote Journey Through Trauma specifically for survivors–to help them understand the terrain of the healing process and stay on the path.

There are three basic principles that every trauma survivor should know: Healing is possible. It requires courage. And it cannot be done alone.

Journey Through Trauma gives us a map to help guide us through that healing process, see where the hard parts show up, and persevere in the process of getting well. We learn the five phases that every survivor must negotiate along the way and come to understand that since the cycle of healing is not linear, circling back around to a previous stage does not mean defeat – it actually means progress as well as facing new challenges.