About Me

Chief Confidence Builder

Why the heck should you listen to me? And who the hell am I anyway?

First off, hey – how you doing? My name is Sandra Hamilton and I am the Chief Confidence Builder and a Rapid Transformational Therapist

And, as for why you should listen to me over the countless other voices in overcoming sexual abuse – let me give you the short answer (because we are all busy)

I have Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Masters in Gender and Development, Certificates in Hypnotherapy, Hypnosis and Rapid Transformational Therapy, over 30 years experience in counseling abuse victims and over 20 years of supporting persons struggling with suicidal thoughts.

I have worked with hundreds of women who have been traumatized by incest, sexual abuse and rape and helped them go from struggling with self esteem issues, feeling uncomfortable, scared, lots of crying themself to sleep because no one understood, body shame, saying yes when they truly wanted to say NO! and suicidal ideation for years to hopeful, strong, confident, loving life, feeling forgiven and totally amazing in as little as 3 weeks.

The reason I do it is because it’s my gift. I love being able to help people struggling to overcoming sexual abuse. I love knowing that they can forever say buhbye to depression, panic and anxiety attacks, lack of confidence and self esteem, feeling unworthy and insignificant seriously. FOR EVER.

And in case you still have some nagging doubts, here are a few of my collection of love notes:


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How I became a Confidence Builder who works with trauma, loss and grief.

OK, so I’m not really a trauma, grief and loss expert but the hundreds of persons who have struggled with healing from loss through death, divorce, betrayal or abuse whom I have helped go from feeling “I” am the problem, guilty, hurt and alone to feeling revitalized, relieved, renewed and Free actually think I am.

I think it’s a nice side effect of helping so many people overcome their struggles after they have been desperately floundering around, looking for help in all the traditional places for so many years.

Before I dedicated myself to helping people say adios to feeling abused, victimized, punished, unworthy and transition into celebrating their lives, I was just another academic trying to change the world through the way we teach. It was frustrating. …but it paid the bills! Very few people were willing to try anything other than what they had grown up seeing being done.

As the Vice President of the college, I saw women being abused by their partners, I saw women sabotaging themselves and hurting others, I saw people having to cope with the death of their loved ones, ….And I saw that the traditional ways of counselling did not bring lasting change.

The adult students and their families that I worked with felt the difference of my touch, but colleges are notoriously traditional, patriarchal structures. They did not want (nor approved of) my new fangled ideas – even though they worked. (Imagine seeing the person as a human instead of a number or disease. Appalling!!!)

It took a lot of courage & a truck-load of guts to jump out of that stable job and take the leap of faith to get to where I am today.

Let’s Do the Math…
So, the reason I am CALLED an expert is because one fine day, I decided I was going to really figure this whole supporting you through trauma, grief and loss thing out.

For once, I wanted a solution… not a possible solution but a sure-shot, carved-in-stone solution.

And so I did. I gave it my all (time, money, effort) and I am incredibly proud of the results I have managed to get for my people.

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