Your healing is in your hands with this survivor's recovery workbook
It's time to turn the page and start the next chapter of your life's journey. The Recover and Rebuild Domestic Violence Workbook is an easy-to-use workbook full of healing exercises and journaling prompts to empower survivors of abusive relationships. The self-guided approach offers critical thinking, coping skills, and other proven tools to help you strengthen and rebuild from domestic violence—and move forward into a new stage of life.
Find answers about domestic violence and explore the types of trauma you may be dealing with in the wake of an abusive relationship. Work through simple exercises and thoughtful writing prompts designed to help you process your feelings—and let go of the ones that don't serve you. Discover advice for building healthy communication skills and navigating future relationships. Your story is just beginning!
The Recover and Rebuild Domestic Violence Workbook includes:
- Inclusive support—This workbook is geared toward survivors of any kind of domestic violence or abuse, with guidance you can use no matter your gender or relationship type.
- Proven techniques—Rebuild using effective therapeutic methods, from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practice, assertiveness training, and other empirically supported tools.
- All facets of healing—Find the helping hand you need to recover from domestic violence with exercises on combating negative self-talk, working through guilt or shame, releasing anxiety and anger, and more.
You are resilient—take steps toward healing with the Recover and Rebuild Domestic Violence Workbook.
About the Author
Stacie Freudenberg, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, speaker, and trauma expert with more than five years of experience specializing in domestic violence and sexual assault. She owns Luminate Psychological Services, a Colorado-based practice that offers trauma-informed therapy, consultation, and clinical supervision.
“Don’t let an abusive relationship define you! This workbook is an easy to read roadmap to recovery and provides the skills necessary to develop healthy relationships in the future.” —Dr. Daniel B. Nicholas. Psy.D, HSPP, Licensed Clinical Psychologist