The trauma narrative is a psychological technique used to help survivors of trauma make sense of their experiences, while also acting as a form of exposure to painful memories. Without treatment, the memories of trauma can feel like a jumbled mess—an unbearable wash of images, sounds, and emotions. When completing a trauma narrative, the story of a traumatic experience will be told repeatedly through verbal, written, or artistic means. Sharing and expanding upon a trauma narrative allows the individual to organize their memories, making them more manageable, and diminishing the painful emotions they carry. This book is an evidence-based group narrative therapy approach using a wide range of elements from trauma research, including linguistic representation, externalization, reauthoring, bodywork, mindfulness, relaxation techniques, art, music, and movement toward the integration of traumatic memories. The model has been used worldwide, including in Haiti, Rwanda, New Zealand, the United States, the Middle East, Malaysia, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Cambodia, the Dominican Republic, and more.