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Healing Self Worth

Healing Self Worth / Physical Health

Recommended 3-6 Individual Sessions

“Perhaps, we should love ourselves so fiercely, that when others see us, they know exactly how it should be done.” – Rudy Francisco.

In our culture, our self-worth is often derived from our self-image. This is the exact opposite of how we find freedom, confidence, and peace from the endless striving to be something or someone else. Add to that the damage done by the unrealistic representations pornography places on women, or the comparison to affair / acting out partners. For most women, dealing with betrayal trauma has shattered their self-worth and self-image.

These sessions help you:

  • See yourself differently, and empower you to love yourself fiercely – connecting you to a place of truth.
  • Take a look at the negative messages you have come to believe about yourselves from childhood, your culture, your marriage/relationship, and the betrayal
  • Identify lies in the negative messages, and work to reframe them to reflect the truth about who you really are
  • Work through a few tools to help you connect with your self-love
  • Craft mantras that will help build value

Similarly, trauma can cause unexpected and chronic health problems.

Betrayal and abuse reshape the body’s capacity to absorb food and access sleep. It can cause anxiety, depression, and a whole host of other physical symptoms. 

What are some strategies to heal our bodies? Our coaches will compassionately help you take steps toward wellness in times of crisis . . . 

  • Identify your body’s reaction to trauma
  • Choose life vs death
  • Define medical intervention as needed
  • Consider modalities such as tapping, EMDR, meditation, yoga, and medication, etc.
  • Establish realistic health goals
  • Celebrate choices that benefit self regulation, care and health
  • Develop physical resiliency

Schedule a session today.


The BTR coaches helped me realize how important it is for me to let myself feel all the emotions associated with the grieving process, including RAGE. I have denied myself that emotion for too long, and during this group, I finally gave myself permission to feel angry about my divorce and process that anger in healthy ways.


BTR helped me to see a tunnel of light in my long journey toward healing after a heart-wrenching divorce. The grief tools she introduced are helping me to accept and process important emotions, including some I’ve needed to validate for a long time.


You’re an angel to do such needed work. Thank you for your time and efforts. They are appreciated more than words can express. Again, thank you!


BTR coaches bring compassion and love into a difficult environment, providing practical tips and tools that allow me to grow, heal and move forward.

Not Sure How to Get Started?

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