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Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Who Are We?

Betrayal Trauma Recovery, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is a safe place for women needing immediate emotional refuge from the pain, chaos, and isolation associated with their husband’s abuse: lying, gaslighting, manipulation, p*rn use, cheating, infidelity, emotional abuse, and narcissistic behaviors. We help our clients establish safety in their lives and families.

Every woman on our team has experienced betrayal trauma first hand.

At Betrayal Trauma Recovery, we subscribe to Dr. Omar Minwalla’s Compulsive-Abusive Sexual-Relational Disorder (CASRD) model which includes both “Compulsive Sexual Behavior (SAC) and Sex-Addiction-Induced Trauma (SAIT).” We employ the CASRD model to address abuse as sexual acting out through mast*rbation, p*rn or other forms AND emotional, psychological, physical, spiritual and sexual abuse.

Our mission is to teach correct modalities which advocate for victim safety. Part of this advocacy is to inform and support clinically correct terminology and diagnoses appropriate to the outcomes compulsive sexual behaviors have on their partners. Compulsive sexual behaviors result in domestic abuse to the women (and often the whole family system). Both sides of the problem require diagnosis and treatment. To this end, BTR supports the CASRD model developed by Dr. Minwalla as the most correct. We utilize the APSATS Multi-Dimensional Partner Trauma Model to help women reach safety.

Betrayal Trauma Recovery Coaches

All of our coaches are trained by the Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS) and have personal experience with betrayal trauma.

Coach Sarah

CLC, CRC, APSATS CPC

Coach Gaelyn

ACC, CPLC, CCRC, CDRC, APSATS CPC

Coach Joi

PRC, BCC, APSATS CPC-c

Coach Cat

CPLC, APSATS CPC

Coach Laura

PRC, APSATS CPC

Coach Sarah

CLC, CRC, APSATS CPC

Coach Gaelyn

ACC, CPLC, CCRC, CDRC, APSATS CPC

Coach Joi

PRC, BCC, APSATS CPC-c

Coach Cat

CPLC, APSATS CPC

Coach Laura

PRC, APSATS CPC

What We Believe In

Mission

BTR is a professionally facilitated, online community supporting women to create safety and heal from abuse.

Vision

BTR aims to build a world-wide army of healthy women empowered to create, set, and hold boundaries to stop abuse.

Values

  • Truth
  • Compassion
  • Simplicity
  • Growth
  • Beauty

Our Team

Anne, Executive Director

  • Mother Of Three
  • Divorced
  • M.Ed. & APSATS Trained

After years of attempting to stop her husband’s pornography use and “anger issues”, he was arrested for domestic violence in 2015. Anne seeks to educate women about how to safely and effectively navigate their husband’s abuse, pornography use / sex addiction and establish peace in their homes and families. She now lives a relatively peaceful life with her three young children. Anne is the producer and host of the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Podcast and Founder & CEO of Betrayal Trauma Recovery, a nonprofit, professionally facilitated online community for victims of betrayal and abuse.

V, Social Media

  • Mother of one
  • Divorced

M, Events

  • Mother of five
  • Married
  • One son-in-law recovering
  • One divorced daughter

E, Development

  • Mother of two
  • Married

L, Content Editor

  • Mother of four
  • Divorced

R, Treasurer

  • Mother of four
  • Married

BTR FB Moderators

All our volunteer admins are or have been married to pornography users and are trained specifically to establish safety in the group by setting boundaries and mentoring women on safe sharing.

Volunteers & Interns

We are currently looking for the following volunteer positions:
– On-fire grant writing / fundraising
– Social Media
– Graphic Design
– Networking / Collaborations

Internships are available to women enrolled in a marketing, PR, communications, or MPA program at the college level.

 Email anne@btr.org for more information

 
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