Victim Support Groups provide a safe place to connect with other survivors who share similar experiences. Trained, empathetic counselors co-facilitate the groups in a safe and supportive setting. It's essential to get help after you've experienced trauma. You need to talk about your pain and start to process what happened to you. This may sound scary, but think of it as an empowering statement. You truly have the ability to process past events and live an empowering, fulfilled life. One of the best places to do this processing is with a mental health professional who is skilled at helping people who have been through trauma.
Breaking the isolation of domestic violence by seeking counseling and support from friends and family can help survivors to move forward. Counseling sessions provide a safe and confidential environment for survivors to express their feelings, thoughts and fears. Counselors are nonjudgmental third-party advisors who listen and can help survivors work through the things that they are experiencing.
Provides executive supervision for all operations and webcasted groups of Soft Echoes with emphasis on the oversight of survivor support and privacy.
Dedicated to providing Comfort and Security by Maintaining liaison with the Executive Supervising Manager, Group Members, & the Facilitators of Soft Echoes.
Responsible for Maintaining the strict confidentiality of our members and insuring that our groups provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to our members.