Uncover Your Joy

Move through suffering to freedom, joy, and a life you love



Trauma-informing consults for professionals & orgs

Topics: Dissociative identity disorder, sex trafficking prevention and aftercare

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Hello, I’m Calion!

(He/him pronouns)

I’m a child sex trafficking survivor discovering how to cultivate freedom, peace, and joy after serious trauma. I’ve been on this journey for 5 years—and Uncover Your Joy is where I share and teach all I’ve learned so far, inviting you along this journey with me.

I’ll help you reduce the pain you hold, while helping you discover greater joy and peace through my blog.

I firmly believe healing journeys are highly unique—that’s why none of my work states “this is the only path.” Instead, I provide offerings. Gifts and resources to encourage you to explore what could work for you. It’s an open framework that you can use to cultivate a life you love after abuse.

To me personally, healing means: 

a deeper connection to all emotions

a personal and collective journey to true freedom

facing inner shame & guiding it to leave

cultivating small moments of joy

getting clear on your dreams for your life & the world

I’m certain this will shift overtime as I continue my own evolution. And, as long as you stick around (like by following me on Instagram!), you’ll be by my side through those changes too.

So…what exactly do I do? 

Although I no longer offer peer support to other survivors, I do still have my blog filled with validating and joyful resources. I guide from what I know and, fortunately, have been able to help hundreds of individuals!

I currently consult with individuals & organizations on dissociative identity disorder, trans healthcare, and sex trafficking prevention and recovery. This shift in my work allows me to help more survivors, by educating the professionals who have the means to work with them directly.

I’m also passionate about ending sex trafficking and oppression. My own painful past sparked my work to prevent trafficking and help other abuse survivors heal too. As a result, I’m dedicated to anti-oppression efforts and uplifting those in marginalized communities. Since I started this work years ago, I’ve intended to make it as accessible as possible.

Lastly, I’m an artist and musician too! You can learn more about these side projects on my about page here. 

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