BTR.org provides group and individual coaching 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 Group Coaching Sessions occur multiple sessions a day, in every time zone.
At BTR, we affirm that abuse is a human rights issue, affecting the lives of all people, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, class, religion, and any other differentiating characteristics. We acknowledge and hold pain for all people suffering from the effects of abuse. Because abuse is such a wide-spread issue, we focus our efforts by only serving only women abused by men.
We understand that the pronouns that we use, as well as the subject matter that we cover may not be completely relevant to all victims. However, we ivite those victims who fall outside the scope of our services to contact their local domestic violence shelter to get a referral to a program that will fit your specific situation.
All of our betrayal trauma coaches are trained, certified, and have personal experience.
What We Believe In
BTR aims to protect women from emotional abuse, psychological abuse, and sexual coercion.
BTR aims to build a world-wide army of healthy women empowered to create, set, and hold boundaries to stop abuse.
Anne Blythe, M.Ed., Founder, Podcast Host & Producer, Executive Director
After years of attempting to stop her husband’s pornography use and “anger issues”, he was arrested in 2015. Anne educates women about how to safely and effectively navigate their husband’s (or ex’s) psychological abuse and sexual coercion and establish peace in their homes and families. Anne is the producer and host of the BTR Podcast.
Coach Joi, Clinical Director
Coach Joi is a professional abuse and betrayal trauma coach with 25 years experience. As a Betrayal Trauma Recovery Coach, she helps women navigate the abuse & set boundaries for emotional, physical, and sexual safety.
Joi’s goal is that ALL abusive behaviors stop, including gaslighting and manipulation. During the process of getting to safety, Joi empowers the victim to hold healthy boundaries.
Joi holds a Masters in Addiction Counseling, with an emphasis on multiple behavioral addictions (MAAC). She is a Marriage and Family Life Educator (BS), trained by BYU-I & Aspen Family Wellness (BCC), The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS CPC), certified as a Domestic Abuse & Coercive Control Specialist through Called to Peace, certified as a Domestic Abuse Specialist through The Utah Association of Domestic Violence Treatment, Certified Symbis Marriage Facilitator (CSMF), and trained with Dr. Omar Minwalla on his Compulsive-Entitled Sexuality Model (CES) and Compulsive Abusive Sexual and Relational Disorder, which includes integrity and conduct disorders (CASRD). She directs the Certified Abuse Specialist Program at Center for Peace (CAS).