Learn and heal from trauma in a private, supportive space. Our courses are written and checked by survivors, allies, mental health support workers and therapists from around the world.
Healing from trauma can be isolating. We're here for you.
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Six to eight sessions, each with:
A 30 minute video with captions and transcript
A reflective activity to do in your own time
Bonus content, reading lists and more
Find out more about the courses we’ll be running throughout this year. Some of them are already available, so sign up today to get access to our material!
Our Bloom course
Motivational messages, reflections and reminders via WhatsApp or Telegram
1-1 chat with the Bloom team
You can skip, pause or stop the course at any time
The choice is always yours.
It has brought so much clarity to my past experiences, putting words, labels, researched proof to what I didn’t know how to explain or process, I just knew the feelings.~ Survivor
Our global team deeply cares about the experiences of survivors and the many ways in which our identity affects our experience of trauma. We bring a wealth of expertise and lived experience to Bloom.
Bloom informs and empowers survivors by offering remote courses that combine the insights of survivors globally on trauma and gender-based violence with therapeutic practices to heal from trauma. Bloom is a programme by Chayn.
Chayn is a global nonprofit, run by survivors and allies from around the world, creating resources to support the healing of survivors of gender-based violence. We create open, online resources and services for survivors of abuse that are trauma-informed, intersectional, multi-lingual and feminist.
Bloom supports everyone regardless of your background, race, age, disability, religion or belief, sexuality, gender identity or expression, or life circumstances – we are here for you.
Bloom has been a great experience for me. The course has made me reflect a lot on what it means to "work on yourself" and how that looks like. And through Bloom, I've realized that working on yourself is similar to school or hobbies - it takes commitment, time, and studying. This course is anonymous, accessible, and time sensitive - I think it gives grace to all participants who need that time, space, and encouragement to get through the sessions.~ Survivor
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