Helping people heal from the pain of trauma


When people experience loss and trauma, they become wounded. Trauma takes away a person’s voice. Trauma destroys relationships and trust.

Transform Minnesota, in partnership with American Bible Society, is honored to bring Bible based trauma healing to the Twin Cities. The Trauma Healing Initiative program combines biblical and mental health practices and principles, and offers narrative, experiential, and participatory lessons to bring healing through a “train the trainer” approach.

See the attached document for more details about the programs within the Trauma Healing Program.

“The Trauma Healing sessions directly addressed what I was going through and gave me a safe place to share and process my pain. The sessions also showed me …what normal grieving and healing process looks like and gave me insightful tools to apply along the way.” – Breanna S.

Trauma Healing Upcoming Events

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Trauma Healing Group

June 9, 9:00 am - June 10, 5:00 pm
Transform Minnesota

Healing Groups are safe, multi-session small groups led by certified facilitators. In these groups, people with heart wounds can come together to find healing, engage with scripture, learn to feel safe, and know they are valued. This small-group experience is also helpful for those who walk closely with others who must cope with trauma and losses, both big and small.

Trauma Healing Previous Events

Trauma Healing and Participatory Leadership

Local ministry leaders learned how Trauma Healing Groups can be implemented in their ministries, and how to engage the content themselves.

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The Future of the Trauma Healing Initiative

Transform Minnesota is excited to extend its partnership with the American Bible Society and the Trauma Healing Institute into 2023.

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Helping Others Heal From Trauma

Late last month, Transform Minnesota partnered with American Bible Society to host the Trauma Healing Equipping Sessions as an opportunity to build a more trauma-informed church in the Twin Cities.

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Helping the Church Become a Resource

Heather Drew, MA, LPC recently wrote an article for Trauma in America, on the value of the Church being a resource for those who are suffering with trauma.

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