Below is an overview of all our free resources and services. We like to call this The Pint-Sized Healing Section since we believe that a little healing goes a long way!
In The Healing Academy, we teach and encourage our fellow survivors to build a loving relationship with themselves, and transform their lives after abuse. If you are not quite ready to join The Healing Academy, here are three modules we think are so important, we want to offer you them for free.
Healing From Abuse – Find Tools That Work for You
Mags used her background in education to create an ebook explaining how you can make the most of your talents while healing from abuse. Sign-up for our newsletter and receive your free copy immediately.
Free Community of Survivors
Join our Facebook Group to connect with the SwanWaters team and your fellow survivors.
- Submit questions for our monthly live sessions
- Receive regular writing prompts for your journal
- Connect with your fellow-survivors for support
- Stay up to date about special events and courses
- Much more…
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Pint-Sized Healing Podcast
Mags Thomson hosts this weekly podcast. Each episode written with the intention of being a tool in the listener’s tool belt; a skill to add to the repertoire of emotional aptitude that enables each of us to have the healthy, loving relationships we want and deserve. It is for the person still in an abusive relationship who is looking to understand their situation, but also for the survivor who has left abuse to look for a life beyond toxic relationships.
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Read Along With Our Blog
Join the SwanWaters team as they share their memories and discuss ideas that helped them on their own healing journeys.
In this episode, Mags explores the idea of slowing down to heal—rather than rushing because you think you think you “should” be more healed by now.
It is not until you discover the wet towel someone left at the bottom of the laundry basket, that you really see the need to air that mess out.
Carrie Maya and Mags Thomson talk to Brady Hardin, cult survivor and host of The Life After podcast, about religious abuse and religious trauma syndrome