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Trauma Healing Path

 You don't have to carry your pain from the past alone.  Strengthen your faith, heal your heart, and discover a sense of community by joining a trauma healing group. 

Our groups are designed to provide you with a safe space to share, process, and begin to mend the heart wounds from your past.

Through the study of scripture, interactive activities, and healing rituals, participants walk away from this experience with a deeper understanding of self, God, and the world around them. 

This powerful six-week journey covers several key topics, ranging from grief and loss, forgiveness, and God and suffering.   

Healing from trauma is possible, because with God, all things are possible.  Sign up for one of our healing groups today.

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La Tonja Ellis

Senior Pastor Turner AME Church

The Trauma Healing Group was phenomenal. It not only challenged my knowledge of trauma and its effects, it allowed me to evaluate my own traumatic life experiences.  After attending the group sessions, I felt more free (mentally and spiritually) than ever before.  This group changed my life in a short period of time by jump starting my journey towards healing.

Sign Up For a healing Group

Register for a six-session Trauma Healing Group experience, and receive the encouragement and tools you need to move forward on your healing journey.




Join the Waitlist

Registration for our fall group is now closed.  Join our waitlist and be the first to know about our next group.

  • What is a healing group?
    Our healing groups will provide you with a safe space to engage in discussions and biblical teachings over the course of several weeks. Throughout this process, we will guide you through spiritual rituals and interactive activities, while also providing room for conversations about “BIG” question related to God and suffering, grief and loss, and forgiveness. We offer additional lessons on resilence, childhood trauma, and generational trauma. Healing groups offer you an opportunity to develop an extended family among other believers, so by the conclusion of the group, you will leave feeling renewed, restored, and healed.
  • Are the healing groups in person or virtual?
    FOTJ offers healing groups virtually via zoom.
  • What is the time commitment for the healing groups?
    The healing groups are completed over the course of 6 weeks.
  • When can I sign up for a healing group?
    FOTJ offers healing groups at different points throughout the year, and advertises upcoming classes on its email list and website. If the healing group sessions are full, we encourage you to sign up for the waitlist, and we will contact you when to notify you of the next open enrollment period so you can register.
  • Can I organize a Healing Group for my church or organization?
    Yes. FOTJ works with churches and faith based organizations who desire to offer this as a service to it's members. If you would like to organize a private healing group session for your church or organization, please contact us at for more information.
  • What can I do to get support while I wait for the next Healing Group to start?
    If you missed the registration period, we encourage you to sign up for the waitlist and check out all of the other resources available for you. You can explore the Faith on the Journey website to read blog posts, watch youtube videos and listen to podcasts that address trauma. We also offer biblical counseling, which provides the 1-on-1 support you need to support you on your healing journey.
  • Can I become a Trauma Healing Institute Facilitator?
    Yes. FOTJ offers equipping sessions for individuals who desire to facilitate healing groups. Currently, FOTJ is only offering this services to individuals sponsored by a church or organization. Our team walks lay leaders through the process of organizing and facilitating a healing group at their respective organization. Organizations can sign up for a pre-scheduled facilitator training through FOTJ, or they can organize a private training at their location. To learn more, visit:

Still have questions?  Email, and we'll get back to you.



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