Peer Facilitator Training?

Yes... because "People start to heal the moment they feel heard.

Cheryl Richardson


A Door of Hope: Partner Peer Facilitator Training

Helping partners heal after

sexual betrayal

Perhaps your post-discovery journey included a season in a support group. After a while, you began feeling a tug to lead a group yourself. Because of the unique needs and experiences partners' face, a group leader's role may feel overwhelming. That's why A Door of Hope exists. Peer-facilitator training designed specifically for partners is important for you and group members. In groups led by well-trained (and supported) peer-facilitators, group members will...
  • Feel heard, validated, and know they are not alone

  • Discover a safe space to share their story

  • Experience authentic, empathetic connections

  • Give and receive practical insights.

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Donna Meredith Dixon, CLC, CPSAS,  APSATS  trained

Board member Christian Sex Addiction Specialists International (C-SASI)