Pathfinder Questions

The Pathfinder Session is designed to be a guiding and exploratory process. Here are some thoughtful questions to ask during the session to help individuals start their journey of healing and understanding:

Understanding Your Story:


Can you share a bit about what brings you to Blessed By Trauma?
How would you describe your journey with trauma up to this point?

Current Challenges and Feelings:
What are the biggest challenges you're currently facing related to your trauma?
Are there specific emotions or reactions you find yourself grappling with more frequently?

Personal Strengths and Coping Strategies:
What strengths or coping strategies have you relied on in the past?
Can you recall a time when you successfully navigated a difficult situation? What helped you through it?

Support System and Resources:
Who or what constitutes your current support system?
Are there specific types of support or resources you feel might help you in your journey?

Goals and Expectations:
What are your hopes or goals for engaging with Blessed By Trauma?
How do you envision your path to healing and what does recovery look like for you?

Concerns and Hesitations:
Are there any concerns or hesitations you have about the healing process?
Is there anything that you feel might be a barrier to your progress?

Personal Interests and Activities:
What activities or hobbies bring you joy or relaxation?
Are there any practices (like meditation, exercise, art, etc.) that you find particularly helpful or would like to explore?

Open Communication and Comfort:
How comfortable do you feel in sharing your experiences and thoughts?
What can we do to ensure that you feel safe and heard during our sessions?

Feedback and Adjustments:
How do you prefer to receive feedback or suggestions?
Are there any adjustments we can make to better support you?

Looking Forward:
What would be your first step towards healing that you feel ready to take?
Is there anything specific you would like to focus on in our upcoming sessions?

These questions are meant to open a dialogue and can be adapted based on the individual's responses and comfort level. The goal is to create a supportive and understanding environment that fosters trust and open communication.