Trauma Help for Women (THW)


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We're glad you have decided to becoming a member of our support groups! By completing this form you are registering for THW membership and agree to receive a weekly agenda, newsletter and understand that signing in to any Zoom session you will read and agree to the posted group rules (seen right before you can sign in to Zoom)

Upon approval, most new members (on a case by case bases) will be put in our beginning Trauma 1 Peer Support group, an intro to Trauma Help for Women and Trauma that last 13 weeks.  

After sign up you will receive Zoom links to all support groups, access to support group agendas, as well as a weekly email newsletter.  After completion of Trauma 1, you will be able to start receiving FREE books to our other support groups. Please make sure we have a good address for you so that we can mail support group books and other information. 

If you have signed up after week 2 of Trauma 1, you can continue to attend our other support groups and we will move you to our next Trauma 1 session.

NON MEMBERS only have Zoom access to our peer groups via Meetup or our Facebook for a 'drop-in' until they signup as a member, unless they have been grandfathered in.

Individuals seeking to come in person to our women's or survivors of child sexual trauma groups can simply drop in.

Thank you for committing to your own journey.

 We look forward to meeting you.

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Which peer support groups are you interested in?

Required to complete Trauma 1 (13 week program). in order to receive free books.    Will receive current book upon returning to each group.  However, you can attend support groups without completing the Trauma 1 program.

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Confidentiality Policy

The purpose of peer support groups are for sharing, listening, learning from and being supportive. It is NOT therapy, but peer support. Trauma Help for Women (THW) does NOT give medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as replacement for treatment for physical, mental or medical problems.  

1. For the safety of all our members, we ask that while we do introductions you do share your screen & show your face so that we may confirm your identity.

2. What is shared here stays here. We commit to confidentiality  (see are policy below).  

3. All feelings are okay. Feelings are neither right nor wrong, good nor bad. We do not need to rescue people from their feelings. When feelings are heard with respect and empathy, people can begin to resolve these feelings. Remembering these things about feelings will help this process be emotionally safe. Feelings do not need to be interpreted, analyzed, or judged.  

4. This session is a safe space for all religious and spiritual belief systems. It is; of course, fine to share how your belief system may have been supportive and helpful to you.  

 

Trauma Help for Women expects you to respect the privacy of members & clients and to maintain their personal information as confidential. All records dealing with specific clients must be treated as confidential. General information, policy statements or statistical material that is not identified with any individual or family is not classified as confidential. Staff members are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of information relating to other staff members and volunteers, in addition to members & clients.

Failure to maintain confidentiality may result in removal from group. This policy is intended to protect you as well as Trauma Help for Women because in extreme cases, violations of this policy also may result in personal liability.

Rationale

Confidentiality is the preservation of privileged information. By necessity personal and private information is disclosed in a professional working relationship. Part of what you learn is necessary to provide services to the applicant or client; other information is shared within the development of a helping, trusting relationship. Therefore, most information gained about individual clients through an assignment is confidential in terms of the law, and disclosure could make you legally liable. Disclosure could also damage your relationship with the client and make it difficult to help the person.