Sexual Healing Course By Bestselling Authors Teal Swan
and Dr. Laura Berman
This course is for all who have experienced any kind of sexual trauma or sexual abuse in their life.

It's for anyone from sex abuse victims to those that want to reconnect to or improve their relationship to sexuality.
- Want to learn how to heal unpleasant or traumatic past sexual experiences?
- How to let go of sexual guilt or shame?
- How to set boundaries?
- Make sense of gaslighting?
Then this course is for you.

Sexual abuse and sexual trauma can be defined as distress that is sexual by nature, when there is no resolution.
Around 30% of women have been sexually abused and traumatized, and more and more men are coming forward today as well.
These are just the reported cases, but unfortunately the true number is unknown.
Sex Abuse Is Everywhere

Trauma isolates and ruins your life.You look around at everyone else seeming to make it work, but this is a total illusion. Sex abuse is absolutely everywhere, the real tragedy is that because it isolates, we are side by side going through the same thing alone.

In this course, Dr. Laura Berman and Teal Swan dive deep into topics such as what sexual abuse and sexual trauma actually are, struggling with shame, the dynamics of grief that come up, dealing with guilt, and if and when to forgive your abuser.

Their goal is to lay out the path for healing.

This course is different from many other online courses out there, as it has not one but two expert teachers, as well as two brave young women sharing their stories and going on the journey to heal with you.

These four women all come from different backgrounds, yet have this one thing in common. This commonality is a huge part of healing - knowing that you are not alone.

Sexual trauma is something that should be healed together, in groups, which is why this course was designed this way.
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Dr. Laura Berman Dr. Laura Berman is the world’s leading expert in sex, love and relationships.

She earned two Masters and a PhD degree from New York University and has spent the last several decades helping individuals and couples around the globe love and be loved better.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr Berman is the award winning host of the nationally syndicated show, Uncovered Radio with Dr Laura Berman. She’s been honored with a Gracie Award for Best Talk Radio Show Host and recently was named one of Radio Ink’s Most Influential Women in Radio. Dr Berman is also a best-selling NY Times author of eight books, and hosted and starred in several television shows, including OWN’s In the Bedroom with Dr Laura Berman, The Dr Laura Berman Show, and Sexual Healing on Showtime.
Teal Swan Teal Swan is a personal transformation revolutionary. She was born with a range of extrasensory abilities and is a survivor of severe childhood abuse. Today she uses her gifts as well as her own harrowing life experience to teach others how to heal by discovering and owning their self-worth and self-love.

Through her lectures, workshops and events all over the world, Teal helps others to face their fears and become their authentic selves so they may live life to the fullest.

Teal is ranked number 19th on Watkins Spiritually Most Influencial People 2019. She has written five books on topics such as self-love, healing yourself from childhood trauma and loneliness. Her weekly Ask Teal episodes on Youtube are sought after hundreds of thousands of fans each week, and her videos have gained over 75 million views worldwide.
What Does It Mean To Heal? When beginning the journey to heal from sexual abuse and trauma, the best thing is to get rid of the image of a healed state all together.

Instead, go about it without a timeline, without an expiration date.

Healing takes time, and this varies immensly from one person to the next.

The process of healing is not pleasant, instead it quite literally sucks at times. This is because in order to heal, you need to go towards the pain instead of running away from it. This is where genuine healing happens.

When you do heal, you will no longer end up in the same situations, have the same problem, or the same relationship over and over again. Instead, your patterns change, your relationships evolve and you will experience new things.
Healing From Sex Abuse
Course Outline

The Masterclass introduces you to your teachers, who share their own sexual trauma. They will also give you a peek into what will be discussed during the entire course, define trauma and healing indepth, and explain what healing from sexual abuse and trauma can lead to.
Includes two exercises.

Sylvia & Corinna - What's Your Story?

Get to know the stories of the two brave young women participating in the course with you. How were they abused and how are they affected by it now?

Why did this happen to me?

Time to discuss guilt, that is often a way of those who have been abused to gain their power back, but self-blame can also become a coping mechanism. What do you make being sexually abused or traumatized mean about you?
Includes an exercise.

fragmentation & unresolved trauma

We can get stuck in the past if we do not resolve our trauma. In this lesson, you will learn how to resolve trauma through the introduction of fragmentation and the Completion Process, created by Teal Swan.
Includes an exercise.


Gaslighting is when your reality is discredited. It is when you know and feel something to be true, yet someone is trying to convince you it isn't. In this lesson, Teal Swan and Dr. Laura Berman talk about gaslighting and how it is related to parallel realities.
Includes an exercise.

Shame & guilt

What is the difference between shame and guilt, and how do they play into sexual trauma and abuse? Learn also about trauma bonding, and the benefits it can have in your healing process.
Includes two exercises.


Boundaries are not fences, but simply those things like feelings, thoughts, needs and preferences that uniquely define you. The discussion is focused on understanding boundaries, finding them and potentially redefining them, redefining your self concept.
Includes two exercises.

Rehabilitating your replationship to relationships with people

Coming out about your sexual abuse or trauma - what can you expect?
Also learn how to choose your partner, importance of compatability in relationships, understand what true intimacy is, and what trusting someone actually means.
Includes two exercises.

How to reconnect to your sexuality

Sex can be good for your health and orgasms can be used for manifestation. Babies and toddlers are already sexual beings. Sexual energy is creative energy.
In this lesson, you get tools to reconnect to your own sexuality again.
Includes two exercises.

Heal, Learn, Teach: Forgiveness & Your Story

Forgiveness is a sore topic for those who have been sexually abused or traumatized. In this lesson, Teal Swan and Dr. Laura Berman explain why you shouldn't even try to forgive your abuser.
Includes an exercise.


Something people often run into after experiencing sexual abuse or trauma is to try and get on with their life. But life doesn't really continue. Being sexually abused or traumatized can feel like a part of you died. In this lesson, you get a demonstration of how to express emotions.
Includes an exercise.

Moving on

What does the future look like now for Sylvia and Corinna? A final Q&A with Dr. Laura Berman and Teal Swan.
Includes an exercise.

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