SPEAKING THE TRUTH OF TRAUMA
Providing support, connection, and facilitation around trauma recovery and mental health, Survivors Path allows audiences to directly hear the truths of living through and surviving trauma. In sharing the survivors’ journey, we hope to facilitate deeper dialogue and more significant support for mass-trauma survivors, their families, and their communities.
HOW SURVIVOR’S PATH CAN HELP
Deepening the understanding of the effects of trauma and the importance of creating space for healing and recovery, Survivors Path represents the trauma survivor community. Speaking about mental health, the unrecognized effects of trauma and copying with long-term PTSD, we come together to share our journey and experiences with others. Our goal is simple — to improve mental health and recovery for other survivors.
Care and Mental Health
Psychological wounds linger. Recognizing the signs and learning to ask for help are paramount to navigating life a person’s mental health after trauma.
There is a lot to be learned from others’ experiences. Effectively managing the trauma triggers in a healthy way provides a path through challenges.
Enjoy life and move forward
Moving forward with life is inevitable. Seeing what survival looks like, is pivotal in other survivors and their families seeing their own personal path forward.
SPEAKING ABOUT OUR EXPERIENCES
Our team, comprised of mass-trauma survivors from across the United States, shares their trauma experiences, recovery, and navigating mental health. We understand how surviving mass trauma can erode your sense of well-being and safety, and what it is to live on high alert, always planning the escape route should violence break out in public. This is a part of our DNA, but it does not define us – we represent what it is to live productive and full lives — as trauma survivors.
It is through our stories that we hope to educate and empower other survivors, the first-responders, caregivers, and anyone affected by mass trauma. Our experiences are different, our journeys are different, but we are all one in the same – mass trauma survivors.
✴️ The misconceptions of trauma
✴️ Mental health in the immediate aftermath of trauma
✴️ A survivor’s process for parenting
✴️ Trauma anniversaries
✴️ Trauma-informed/trauma-sensitive schools
✴️ Trauma survival education and awareness