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Sexual Abuse Recovery Case Study #2 -Effects of Gang Rape Cleared


For many of us, hope is what keeps us going forward in our healing journey.

To be inspired regularly with stories of healing adds to our momentum to keep doing the work. Many of our volunteers at FREA are licensed professionals that use the FREA techniques in their practice. All of us at FREA use these techniques in our own self-care practices. We have loads of stories! We are excited to share with you case studies from our team. We have changed details to protect privacy. If you have an experience of healing from sexual trauma with these techniques to share, please contact us - we would love to hear from you!

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CASE STUDY #2 -Effects of Gang Rape Cleared by Robin Trainor, MA I was attending a workshop in Mexico. A woman sitting next to me shared with the group that she had been gang-raped 13 years previously. She still felt very upset about the incident, and said that she was unable to forgive or let it go. She said that she was growing in bitterness, to where it was affecting her family, her work and her life.

The group sent her loving energy, but she still felt very distressed. At one of the breaks I asked her, “Do you want to clear this??” She said she had “tried everything,” including Reiki, counseling, and massage; but was willing to try something new. ​I had her imagine the incident, it was a ‘10’ on a 0 – 10 intensity scale. Then we did some simple tapping, and the intensity dropped down to ‘0’ after four rounds of tapping. I said to her, “Let’s get into this deeper: please tell me the story from beginning to end.” She started telling me her story, and whenever she came back to a difficult part, it shot back up to a ’10.’

Each time we then tapped on that particular aspect. After 45 minutes of telling her story and tapping, she was able to tell her story without any fear or crying or emotional charge. She went back to the workshop room, and told the group: “IT’S GONE!!!” I followed up with her a year later, and she reported that it was ‘still gone'; she was no longer feeling bitter, and that she had moved on with her life and family.


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