The Fiona Project is proud to participate in this special day of learning and healing for child sexual abuse survivors and advocates.
We will be introducing our HelpforSurvivors.org resource website, sharing our #UndotheTaboo platform and airing our (Welcome Home) Fiona video to close the first half of the event. Then we hope to debut one more brand new CSA Healing song to close the day in support of the #HealMeToo efforts now taking place.
The powerful #metoo movement that came to mainstream awareness last year was long overdue and has already created much needed change in our society. However, in it’s wake is an ocean of survivors who are raw and much in need of healing. We have stirred the water. Now it’s time to let it wash over us–cleansing us from sorrow, undue shame and guilt.
Thank you, Leslie Clayton and Joyous Heart Network, for hosting this terrific event and inviting The Fiona Project to participate. We very much look forward to spending the day with you all.
For more information about this event, see below.
This process is for any person who is holding feelings of shame, guilt, sadness, anger or grief for any reason. It’s for friends and family who have witnessed a loved one suffering and want to learn how to hold space for them while they are healing. It’s for all men and women who have ever felt sexually violated or know someone who has been hurt in this way. It’s for people who want to be a part of the movement to end sexual violence, harassment and misconduct in our community and world wide. It’s for you if want to connect to your inner healer and send a prayer to the healing of humanity one heart at a time.
***Adult content. Must be 18+ to enter without an adult. Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.
How does childhood sexual abuse effect the brain and nervous system?
How does that damage show up in your life even if you were not ever abused?
What are the most effective processes to change the brain and heal from sexual abuse?
Is FORGIVENESS even possible when the damage has been so severe?
Survivors share their personal healing journey with you!
Healing from sexual trauma is a very personal process. Depending on the level of betrayal or assault, It can take years to truly find the path to healing and it can also happen in the blink of an eye. The most important part of healing these deep wounds is cultivating the safety in community to be witnessed in your innocence and perfection. A survivor can move past the pain of shame, guilt, sadness, anger and grief when they have a healthy support system in place. The Joyous Heart Network has created a unique sacred ceremony/healing process that will help you move closer to your own personal path to forgiveness while also opening the door to intimacy with yourself and others.