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Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Betrayal Trauma Recovery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides a free educational podcast, website, and peer-to-peer facebook group for women needing immediate emotional refuge from the pain and chaos caused by their husband’s lying, gaslighting, manipulation, porn use, cheating, infidelity, emotional abuse, and narcissistic traits. BTR’s services include a multiple daily, online support group sessions in multiple time zones, and individual sessions with trained betrayal trauma professionals who help victims establish emotional safety in their homes.

BTR Coaches

All of our coaches are trained and certified Betrayal Trauma professionals and have personal experience with betrayal trauma.

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
  • Peace
  • Simplicity
  • Growth
  • Beauty

Our Team

Anne Blythe, M.Ed., Executive Director

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 and establish peace in their homes and families. Anne was APSATS trained and is the producer and host of the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Podcast. She is frequently a requested guest on other podcasts and webinars, such as the The PBT Institute and Educate & Empower Kids. She has been a presenter at conferences such as the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Global Summit, Avaiya University Breaking Free From Abandonment & Betrayal Online Conference, and the largest anti-pornography conference in the world, Utah Coalition Against Pornography (UCAP). She now lives a relatively peaceful life with her three young children. 

Coach Joi, Coaching Coordinator

Joi is a Betrayal Trauma Recovery Coach with 25 years experience. She specializes in helping women recognize and establish safety around their husband’s abusive behaviors. Similarly, she helps women navigate relationships where the abuse seems to have stopped, ensuring women stay safe.

She also specializes in secondary trauma by helping women hold appropriate boundaries for safety with the porn user, family, friends, clergy, and congregation members. She empowers women to opt-out of the abuse while holding strong to their faith (if they so choose), helping women from any/all faith backgrounds make decisions based on their values. Trained by APSATS (CPC-c), The American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy (PRC), and BYU-I & Aspen Family Wellness (BCC).

Virginia: Digital Education Director

Kari: Anne's Assistant

Libby, Development Director

Lesley, Content Editor

Wendy, Content Editor

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.

Center For Peace

If you’re looking for a program for men who exhibit abusive behaviors, we recommend our partner organization Center For Peace, the only organization that views lies, porn use, and infidelity as abuse.

Volunteers & Interns

Volunteering is a great way to learn and practice marketable skills. We are currently looking for help in the following areas:
– Fundraising
– Social Media
– Video Production
– Networking / Collaborations

Internships are available for women enrolled in related programs at the college level.

 Email anne@btr.org for more information

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