Therapy is an excellent resource to examine your past, and can help you dive deep into healing wounds and patterns. It is also where we can do more extensive trauma treatment to help you get to the root of your pain and challenges, ultimately freeing you to live a more fulfilling, happy life.
Most people who've lived with any form of emotional, psychological, or other types of abuse have experienced trauma and can benefit from therapy to help them fully recover.
Narcissistic abuse recovery coaching is different from therapy, as it may be more present and future focused. While I incorporate my knowledge and experience as a therapist into coaching so you get a fully trauma informed, therapeutic experience, it can be less intense than therapy. Coaching is not appropriate for addressing significant mental health issues either. If you’re not sure which is right for you, I am happy to provide insight and help you decide.
You are not alone, and you are not crazy.
The effects of narcissistic abuse can have a ripple effect throughout your life.
You may have no idea where to start or who to turn to. It is common to feel like you're living in a fog, as the effects of gaslighting, stress, and trauma can leave your mind, body, heart, and spirit in a frazzled, run down state of intense stress.
Coaching can help you put your life back together. Together we can assess where you are and where you need to be, and develop an individualized plan to help you leave a relationship (if you're in one), and begin your healing process.
By the way, I am not your run-of-the-mill coach. You get my 27 years of clinical experience and knowledge in working with trauma and narcissistic abuse. Together, we can create a deeply transformational experience to help you reclaim your life.
A comprehensive group coaching program to help you identify, heal, and transform the patterns in your mind, body, and soul that keep you stuck in the dynamics of pathological love relationships.
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Did you know?
Many factors can influence how narcissistic abuse has an impact on you, as well as the length of time that your recovery may take. Everyone is unique. Some factors that have an influence on your recovery may include (but are not limited to):
The length of time you were involved with the narcissist
The severity of the abuse (this is highly subjective)
Whether you experienced one traumatic event or years of chronic abuse
A history of past trauma, PTSD, or Complex PTSD
Having barriers or impossible situations that make it hard to leave the relationship (i.e., threat of harm, legal issues, financial dependence, sharing children, losing your job, being a minor and having a narcissistic parent, religious or cultural influences, etc.)
Other factors that keep you in survival mode and unable to focus on recovery
Are you ready to take the first step? Let's begin...