Refund policy: Survival 2 Victory (S2V) does not offer refunds for missed workshops. If you are unable to attend your scheduled workshop, due to an emergency, please notify us within 24 hours of the date of the workshop. You will be offered ONE opportunity to attend another workshop. S2V reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to low participation. In the event S2V cancels a workshop after you have already paid and registered, you will be notified via email and your payment will be refunded.

​​​Dates for Numbing the Pain

July 17

August 14

September 18

October 9

November 6

December 4

Numbing the Pain:

The Connection between Addiction, Abuse and Trauma 


¨ Understand the connection between addiction, abuse and trauma
¨ Utilize strategies and interventions given in order to help clients identify unhealthy coping  skills,  understand their interpersonal struggles and to transcend'

those self- defeating behaviors
¨ Examine case studies and resources in an effort to support a holistic view of healing from trauma  and abuse 

 Upon attending this 3-hour workshop participants will be able to:

Registration Form: 

The following workshops are Approved by LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia for Continuing Education (CE) Hours 

Each workshop counts as 3 Core Hours for LPC/LAPC

SW and MFT can count each workshop as 3 Related hours  

Continuing Education Workshops

Dates for Trauma and Relationships

July 26
August 30
September 27
October 25
November 15
December 13

*To Register you must Prepay and Submit the Registration Form* 

***Registration is not complete until both payment & registration form have been submitted

 Upon attending this 3-hour workshop participants will be able to:

Step 1 - Click the  'Buy Now' button & submit payment

 Step 2 - Fill out the  'Registration Form'

             &  submit

Trauma and Relationships:
        The Aftereffects of
     Interpersonal Trauma

Relationships are the foundation of how we view ourselves in the world.Traumatic events can alter that view. For survivors, their confidence in the way they think and feel about themselves changes thereby having a major impact on their relationships. Individuals with a history of trauma tend to struggle with a sense of safety and security and have a difficult time connecting and maintaining healthy relationships. 

Cost of Workshop - $50.00 for three (3) CE Hours 


Often times people use drugs and alcohol to numb the pain of the abuse and trauma they have suffered. Research indicates that many individuals presenting for treatment for a substance use disorder also have a history of trauma. It is important to treat the whole person and recognize the underlying issues: anger, shame, low self-esteem, fear, and guilt as a result of being a victim of abuse or trauma.

Helping You



* Gain an understanding of interpersonal trauma and its impact on relationships
* Review trauma screening tools to help clients identify faulty relational patterns
  and behaviors and review strategies to help them rebuild relationships that were
  damaged as a result of trauma
* Examine evidenced-based approaches to Trauma-focused treatment that       emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety while avoiding re-traumatization

Workshop Location:

2206 Hanfred Lane, Suite 106

Tucker, GA 30084

 Workshop hours are

10:00 AM - 1:15 PM