Therapy after Purity Culture – have you been on the fence about it? After Purity Culture’s damage, many of us don’t know how to take the next steps. Maybe a therapist can help. We know that purity culture can be experienced as a trauma, and therapist Jamie Williams is here to talk to us about:
- the impact of rigid thinking on our minds
- what happens when our bodies feel unsafe in religious spaces
- how to spot dysfunctional relationship patterns
- trauma re-enactments in dating
- EMDR and future templating
On Instagram and Twitter this week, we’ll be sharing tips as well.
Join us as a partner to hear this week’s conversation between Jess & Devi about some feel-good views and the heresies evangelicals in the US believe. For $3/month (USD) you’ll get three exclusive episodes a month, and a ticket to the Green Room at the end of the month.
Prosperity Counseling Services
Our episodes on therapy and with therapists:
20: Don’t Use Your Faith to Bypass Your Body (With Aundi Kolber)
10: Purity Culture and Trauma (with Dr. Heather Gingrich)
33: What Comes After Grief (with KJ Ramsey)
65: Is Your Love Pre-Occupied, Avoidant, or Disorganized? (with Krispin Mayfield)
66: Relationships and Attachment Triggers (with Krispin Mayfield)
70: We Can’t Love the Sinner and Hate the Sin (with Richard Beck)
82: Break Free From Unwanted Sexual Behavior (with Jay Stringer)
97: Gaslighting and Relationships in the Church (with Chuck De Groat)
Jamie Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and the founder of Prosperity Counseling Services. With over 10 years of experience in helping others thrive through adversity, she has witnessed, professionally and personally, the growth we can all make with the right support and tools. Jamie has worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, mood swings, anger, relationship issues, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, mood disorders, postpartum symptoms, parenting problems, self-esteem and those who have experienced trauma in many forms. Her therapeutic approach combines Gestalt, Narrative, Jungian Analysis, Experiential, and trauma-focused counseling modalities such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Jamie is also certified in and utilizes Integrative Somatic Parts Work and Neurofeedback. Jamie holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Child and Family studies from Arizona State University and a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling.She is also currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Saybrook University. Jamie is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas (#69979). Connect with her on Instagram.