A PODCAST FOR HEALING BETRAYAL & RELATIONAL TRAUMA
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Southern California Date
Friday, February 28th & Saturday, February 29th, 2020
This powerful workshop is created to foster deep healing for couples in recovery from relational trauma and betrayal. This workshop will be co-led by Marnie Breecker and Duane Osterlind. We are excited to offer you this opportunity.
Upcoming Scheduled Dates
New York Dates
Friday, July 10th & Saturday, July 11th, 2020
Exact Workshop Locations: TBD
Listen To The Current Episodes
Understanding Betrayal with Dr. Omar Minwalla Part One In the first of a series of three interviews with Dr. Omar Minwalla, Marnie and Duane explore the impact of emotional and psychological abuse in the context of betrayal trauma and explain how this kind of abuse is...
Marsha & Michael's Recovery StoryIn this episode, Marnie and Duane interview "Marsha and Michael" about their relational recovery journey in the aftermath of sex addiction and betrayal. With incredible vulnerability, they share with us how they survived and healed...
Trust After Betrayal Marnie & Duane discuss why it is so difficult to rebuild trust after betrayal.
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Past WorkShop Participants
For the first time, I felt my feelings were validated. They make sense. I felt my husband finally understood what I had been going through. He was able to see the true impact of his choices on our relationship and my mental health. It was a hard workshop but worth it for both of us. I feel like we have a chance to move forward and heal. Thank you for creating this workshop.
Honestly, the workshop gave me so much to think about and work on that I am truly excited about recovery – more than I have been for the past year. I have felt at a standstill and frustrated. I now have more hope, more resources, and I have more understanding of my wife’s possible feelings and sexual symptoms as a result of both my behavior as an addict and possibly previous sexual trauma experienced in her life. I feel good to now be willing and feel able to have empathy for my wife and her feelings.