Project EMBRACE

Healing Resources

Navigating your path to healing.

Everyone’s healing journey is different and may wind and meander as you try different paths. But, as you explore the tools below, remember:

You are not alone.
It is not your fault.
Your feelings (all of them) are valid.

It is normal to experience many different feelings, such as powerlessness, unsafe, or out of control (or something completely different). And while you may be questioning why you are feeling the way you are; we want you to know that nothing is wrong with you; your feelings and responses to trauma are valid.

Tools for the Journey

Coping with Crisis  Healing Basics  Hiking and Nature  Safety Planning  Setting Boundaries  Sexual Healing and Intimacy after Assault  Telling Your Story  Therapy  Understanding Mindfulness  Understanding Trauma  Understanding Self-care

Central MN Sexual Assault Center Services

One to One Support Counseling/Advocacy for victims/survivors of sexual assault or abuse

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Scan QR code to register for an in-person meeting at CSB/SJU or virtual meeting:

Sexual Assault Support Group for Female Identifying Survivors

Tuesdays at Health Services, CSB
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Scan QR code to register:

female

Sexual Assault Support Group for Male Identifying Survivors

Thursdays at Mary Hall 25, SJU
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Scan QR code to register:

male

College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Michael J.M. Ewing, Ph.D., LP
Pronouns: he, his, him
Project Director, Licensed Psychologist
320-363-3236
Fax 320-363-3797
[email protected]

Tamara J. Hennes-Vix
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Project Coordinator, DOJ OVW Grant
CSB Lower Level Lottie Hall, Office 032
320-363-5943
Fax 320-363-3797
[email protected]