Healing From Trauma-Based Addiction

Join this online, self-paced Healing From Trauma-Based Addiction Program that will grant you access to nine expert-led theory modules that speak to the link between trauma patterns and addictive behaviors. You will also be led through twelve expert-guided, 10-minute-a-day, somatic, and body-based trauma healing exercises that rewire the nervous system to rekindle self-insight, connection, and self-compassion.
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  • Rewire the nervous system to gently release addictive behaviors
  • Embody a felt sense of self-compassion to nurture a sense of safety and calm in the body
  • Learn to identify the causes of your triggers and practice expressing and releasing them in a safe space
  • Slowly strengthen an embodied sense of containment and regulation to cultivate a well-balanced life and to work towards maintaining sobriety
  • Gently shift the body from feelings of numbness to feelings of being safe and present


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30,000+ enrolled

in our programs


money-back guarantee

Every purchase

supports a survivor of abuse

Addiction is a repeating cycle of unprocessed trauma. 

Traumatic experiences overwhelm our nervous system, where we often develop addictive behaviors as an attempt to self-soothe and cope.2 These behaviors represent our attempt to avoid trauma-related thoughts, feelings, and memories to help reduce our emotional arousal by creating a perceived sense of safety and comfort within our bodies.2

Fortunately, according to trauma healing expert Gabor Maté, “The human brain continues to develop new lifelong circuits, giving new hope of getting out of addictive patterns.” 

Drawing inspiration from the works of Dr. Peter Levine, Dr. Stephen Porges, Deb Dana, Dr. Bruce Perry, Dr. Pat Ogden, Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, and Dr. Gabor Maté, Rewire Trauma Therapy has worked to carefully curate a bottom-up, somatic and body-based approach to trauma healing that will support you and others in healing trauma and addiction at its roots.

This online Healing From Trauma-Based Addiction Program has been curated to support you and others in engaging in reparative exercises that have the power to rewire the neural connections in our brain and nervous system to help restore a sense of safety in our bodies.1,2 This can help shift our self-soothing patterns from addictive behaviors associated with experiential avoidance to behaviors that calm the nervous system to help create a sense of safety, presence, and pleasure in the body again.1

We invite you to join the Healing From Trauma-Based Addiction Program to support you in addressing trauma at its roots to help you break the cycle of addiction and find lasting healing.

Our Programs Come With:

  • A private supportive community

  • Lifetime access to the program and all future updates

  • Technical support via email and messenger

  • Start at any time at your own pace

  • A 72-hour money-back guarantee

  • A 30-day program exchange policy

Register Here For $240

You will receive access to nine expert-led theory modules that conceptualize addiction as an adaptive response to trauma. You will also be led through twelve expert-guided, 10-minute-a-day trauma healing exercises to help rewire the nervous system to release addictive behaviors.

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Meet Rewire Trauma Therapy's Trauma Healing Experts


Jan Winhall


Jan Winhall M.S.W. is a trauma psychotherapist and author of Treating Trauma and Addiction with the Felt Sense Polyvagal Model™ Routledge, 2021.

She is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work, and Director of the Borden Street Clinic. Jan is a Partner with the Polyvagal Institute and teaches internationally.

Dr. Lara Dye


Dr. Lara Dye is a psychologist in Austin, Texas. Dr. Dye received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University in Palo Alto, California, in 1998. Since then, she has had extensive post-graduate training in love and sex addiction from the Meadows in Arizona (Pia Mellody) and is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) through the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Her work with clients is benefitted by her connections and association with mental health professionals who are world-renowned experts in addiction and trauma.

Rasada Goldblatt


I work with people in various stages of crisis to slow down, unpack, recognize, and remember our innate capacity to face challenges and restore peace. Finding Kinder ways of being with ourselves and others we learn to look at symptoms with a lot more curiosity and compassion and less judgment. Trained in Somatic Experiencing™, Systemic Constellations, and Meditation, including several advanced modules with Peter Levine. I started practicing meditation and Taiji in 1981 and still enjoy both.

Dr. Randy Sugawara 


Dr. Randy Sugawara holds a doctorate in counseling psychology. Founder of the Qigong Behavioral Therapy Institute, his program Integrates both mental health protocols and somatic body healings. Dr. Sugawara’s martial arts trainings are inspired by Buddhist and Taoist masters. He is an instructor of the internal martial arts Tai Chi Chuan, Bagua Zhang, Hsing-I and I-Chuan moving meditations. Mugen Roshi is Randy’s spiritual mentor in the Kunlun Nei Gung system. Randy’s private practice is in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Jessica Mayson


Jessica Mayson is a Drama Therapist registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. She has worked in psychiatric, community, school, and private practice settings. Her current drama therapy practice is based in Cape Town, where she works with children, adolescents, and adults: using the creative and expressive arts to offer spaces of exploration, processing, and integration.

In Collaboration With Experts Affiliated With:

Rewire Trauma Therapy carefully curates 10-minute-a-day trauma healing exercises from over eight body-based therapies to release the debilitating effects of trauma in a way that words cannot. Our body-based therapeutic exercises integrate elements from the following: 

  • Polyvagal Theory inspired vagal toning exercises
  • Dance and movement therapies
  • Trauma-informed yoga
  • Bilateral stimulation therapies
  • Somatic therapies
  • Qigong
  • Sound and music therapies
  • Tai Chi
  • Martial arts
  • Expressive arts therapies
  • Hypnotherapy

Meaningful Feedback

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“The tools I learned in your program helped me to feel less anxious, more connected to my body, helped me to sleep better, and have a little less pain. I will come back to these tools throughout my day and look forward to re-watching the videos.” 


Tracie Jones, Survivor
"I find myself turning to these techniques when I feel anxiety creeping up. Especially the yoga practices are very relaxing. Thank you for offering this content to people like me who didn’t know where else to turn."

Tikeke Ziemer, Survivor
"One of the greatest things I have noticed is that Rewire Trauma Therapy responds to every comment, either on Facebook, Instagram or through their programs… this makes me feel seen and heard… creates a beautiful space to heal in."

Carrie Butler, Survivor
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"Thank you so much for creating and sharing such a helpful and inspiring program and for making it affordable as well."

Tracie Jones, Survivor
"Rewire's programs have helped us so very much. We have become more calm, regulated, and just happy using the program! I look forward to the time we spend doing the program together and so does my son."
Renee Boos, Survivor
"I would think if someone was new to therapy, these exercises would help calm their mind and body so they could be more vulnerable and become more conscious and aware of their thoughts and feelings. This is a great program and I hope people take advantage of it."
Matt Domyancic, Medically Retired Cop
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“It helps me to feel the body and everything that happens in it, to slow down, and be focused. I found the tools of Rewire Therapy very practical and it suits me.”
Milena Blankman, Survivor

Register Here For $240 

You will receive access to nine expert-led theory modules that conceptualize addiction as an adaptive response to trauma. You will also be led through twelve expert-guided, 10-minute-a-day trauma healing exercises to help rewire the nervous system to release addictive behaviors.

Join Today

Frequently Asked Questions


1Van der Kolk, B. (2006). Clinical implication of neuroscience research in PTSD. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1071, 277-293.
2Maté, G. (2012). Addiction: Childhood trauma, stress and the biology of addiction, Journal of Restorative Medicine, 1(1), 56-63.


Register Here For $240 

You will receive access to nine expert-led theory modules that conceptualize addiction as an adaptive response to trauma. You will also be led through twelve expert-guided, 10-minute-a-day trauma healing exercises to help rewire the nervous system to release addictive behaviors.

Join Today
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