From Linda Chapman: We carefully considered this question several times. Here are some of my thoughts. Forums that are “exclusive” to mental health professionals tend to leave others feeling excluded, even when that is not the intention. There is a … Continue reading
Click on the Edit icon on the problem post (it looks like a pencil and paper). Log in and edit the message as desired within 30 minutes after posting. If it has been more than 30 minutes since the message … Continue reading
Word of mouth is a good way to find a therapist. Ask friends and acquaintances for their recommendations. Another option for people in the U.S. and Canada is to check tje menu bar to link to some therapist databases.
Passwords are CaSe sEnSiTiVe. That is, flOWer and FloWer are seen as two completely different passwords. You must enter your password exactly as it was sent to you by the system. Also, please doublecheck and make sure that you have … Continue reading
TWHJ used to have a FAQ for partners and allies of abuse and trauma survivors in the past. We need a volunteer to create a new resource post/page on this topic.
For several years we did allow people to post this kind of information. Then we began to notice that some of our participants were using the forums primarily as a means to create social relationships (outside of TWHJ) which were … Continue reading
Thank-you for asking. First of all, be assured that simply by participating you are already giving back to our community. When you post and reply to others’ messages, you inspire others to keep on keeping on. That is one of … Continue reading
The Wounded Healer Journal (TWHJ) is for Adult Survivors of Trauma and Abuse. We realize that there are some people diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and have young alters that like to post. TWHJ is not designed for alters … Continue reading
Go to the TWHJ Forums and click on the “Register” link for details. … Continue reading