By establishing a safe space for
peer-connection and identification for women youth and children.

By fostering the ability to be agents of change to one another with the aid of working the 11 Challenges side by side.

By creating the Companion Network, individuals at any stage of the healing process are equipped with the confidence and tools to support a peer who is still new to the process.


By working with Dance/ Movement Therapy, clients will develop increasing tolerance for difficult bodily sensations and suppressed emotions, subsequently releasing traumatic shock, which is central to transforming PTSD and the wounds of trauma.


By incorporating Creative Art-Therapy into the group work, we address not only its effectiveness to assist in overcoming denial and shame but also draw on its remarkable capacity to support us in tapping into trauma memory on a sensory plane rather than a verbal one.