A group for partners 50+ healing from betrayal trauma
Betrayal at any age and any time is traumatic and wrought with pain. However, for betrayed partners over 50 years old, healing from betrayal presents unique challenges and often partners don’t have the support, validation, and resources they need to help them heal themselves.
After being married for many years, partners often look forward to the “retirement years.” However after the discovery of betrayal, sharing this later stage of life with a partner who traumatized them can quickly become confusing and uncertain.
After betrayal, these partners often feel scared and confused about their future; what they once looked forward to with joy and anticipation becomes something they dread with fear and despair.
How The Group Works
In this weekly group, you will have an opportunity to connect in a safe space with others on a similar journey to explore the challenges, struggles, and joys that come with age.
- Weekly ongoing sessions
- 90-minute sessions
- Secure Online Video Conferencing
- Maximum 8 clients
- Cost: $385 per month
Join us as you continue to find purpose and meaning in your story and heal from the trauma of betrayal and rediscover joy. This is your time to rediscover the joy and thrive!
Group Facilitator: Mary Ellen Brown, ELI-MP, BRE/C, APSATS-CPC
Mary Ellen is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Energy Leadership Index-Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) through iPEC– the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in religious education and counseling and is a member of the International Coaching Federation. Mary Ellen is a Certified Partner Coach with APSATS, the Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists. She has completed additional training in betrayal trauma, therapeutic disclosures, nouthetic counseling, and couple-centered recovery coach training. She is A Door of Hope trained Peer Group Facilitator and has facilitated weekly groups for partners dealing with betrayal trauma for the last four years. Mary Ellen is passionate about providing safety throughout the recovery process so clients can experience healing and growth in their personal lives. She encourages those she works with to embrace their core values, principles, and beliefs so they can make the best decisions for their own recovery.