Page One Person: Anita Bentata

Anita lived with fear and terror from childhood. After years in a violent relationship, she escaped with her two girls. With a damaged heart, she looked for help to overcome the trauma and ensure it never happened again. It took time to find a therapist who knew how to work with the involuntary impact from developmental trauma and domestic violence; or how to resolve these traumas.

Her approach is a 3×3 model: providing real prevention; constructive intervention; and healing: to create effective and shorter time in therapy/trauma, through survivors, communities and professionals receiving the skills needed to connect and engage appropriately.

Anita’s skills as a trauma therapist and lived experience, activates the community and survivors, through the necessity of everyone experiencing brain, body connections and realisation of trauma resolution.

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