Integrated Healing for Survivors of Sexual Violence – Radio Interview
The Founder and Executive Director of The Breathe Network, Molly Boeder Harris, is interviewed by host Diantha Harris on www.blogtalkradio.com discussing integrated healing for survivors of sexual violence. They explore what constitutes sexual violence or rather the spectrum of sexual violence, the impacts that sexual violence has on the body, mind and spirit, and innovative and holistic methods to address this kind of trauma and facilitate healing and resilience.
Molly founded The Breathe Network in 2012 in order to connect survivors of sexual violence with sliding scale, trauma-informed, holistic healing arts practitioners. She believes in the power of the healing arts to promote embodied healing that allows survivors of sexual abuse to reconnect their bodies with their minds and ultimately, their spirits. Having been fortunate and privileged to access many healing modalities to facilitate and sustain her own healing from sexual violence, Molly is passionate about making these life-changing and life-giving resources accessible and safe (emotionally, financially, culturally and geographically) for survivors of sexual violence. Healing is a both our human right and and an innate ability, yet it requires access to support. When we can connect with healers and organizations whose services speak to the unique fullness of our experience and who we are as people, anything is possible.