betrayal trauma

Stopping Emotional Abuse & Gaslighting

Stopping Emotional Abuse & Gaslighting 

Most of us find it difficult to identify ourselves as victims. We often fail to recognize more subtle forms of relational, emotional, financial, sexual and spiritual abuse—especially when it’s happening to us.

At BTR, we seek to support women who are healing from the abuse, and the abuse associated with pornography use. This starts with recognizing the behaviors, assigning them the appropriate terms, and using skills to get to safety.

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Gaslighting is a form of abuse that is difficult to recognize.

In each session, you’ll experience a safe place to voice your questions and receive feedback, validation, and encouragement.

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“I was desperate for help and searched the internet for answers. I came across BTR’s info on gaslighting. So this is what I’d been experiencing in my marriage for 26 years and there’s a name for it?! It was literally a mind blowing revelation for me. That led me to the BTR website where I went on a podcast binge and listened to everything I could get my hands on. The “fog” of gaslighting began to lift and with the help of one of the coaches, I gained the courage to set some significant and appropriate boundaries. I scheduled an individual session. Honestly, I thought I had a pretty good handle on the subject and didn’t expect to learn much more. Boy, was I wrong. What I thought I knew about gaslighting was only a drop in the bucket. Her sessions were very informative and practical with examples, role playing, and opportunities to apply what we were learning to our real life situations in a safe situation with feedback and encouragement. If you have been betrayed, chances are gaslighting is or has been a significant part of your story as well. I would encourage you to do the gaslighting sessions and begin to leave the “fog” behind. Knowledge is power.”

Not Sure How to Get Started?

This video gives you the basics we recommend to get started with your betrayal trauma recovery.