Stop 3: Deriver

Reviewing the trauma(s), how one responded to it, and how it aff ected their life

DERIVER4-SURVIVORS (2)Check Your Map

Read Chapter 3 of “You Survived… Now What? A Road Map to Reclaiming Life” by Elizabeth Williams (Joy), MBA, LSW, LCDCIII (This should be your 2nd time reading this chapter)

Bathroom Break – Journal

  • Compose a journal entry completing Exercise 6 (Feelings and Thoughts – Your Trauma and Secondary Trauma and Related Symptoms) from the book. (pg. 53)
  • Compose a journal entry completing Exercise 7 (Feelings and Thoughts – Effect Your Negative Coping Mechanisms Had on Your and Your Loved Ones) from the book. (pg. 57)

Trip Advice – Support Services

  • Hang Out With The Locals – Healing Exchange
    • Continue to increase your level of engagement in the group. Draw on support from group members to assist you in processing what you have discovered regarding how your trauma has affected you.
  • Read and Post Reviews – Support-Tank
    • Post in the “Healing” Topic Discussion
      • Compose a post completing Exercise 8 (Your Barriers To Healing) from the book. (pg. 73)
      • Read posts from other community members and comment.
    • Compose a 2nd post completing Exercise 9 (Imagining Your Life As An Aliver) from the book. (pg. 78)

Gas Up – Professional Support

  • Coaching
    • Come to your coaching session prepared to discuss your barriers to healing. Bring questions you may have regarding how to overcome those barriers. Refer to the post you composed in the “Healing” Topic Discussion in the Support Tank to help you brainstorm.
    • If at any point during your participation in coaching services it is deemed that your needs are beyond the scope of life coaching, you will be referred to counseling services.
  • Counseling
    • If you are currently in counseling, continue to engage as directed. If your counselor is agreeable, speak with her/him regarding your barriers to healing. Bring questions you may have regarding how to overcome those barriers. Refer to the post you composed in the “Healing” Topic Discussion in the Support Tank to help you brainstorm.

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