Nest Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Center
  • I offer holistic psychotherapy for all gender identities, ages 18+ who are in Colorado (in the US). 

  • Therapy is a deep dive into your past and present, where we uncover underlying trauma and patterns that create challenges in your life. 

  • I offer somatic approaches such as EMDR, IFS, and other tools to provide you with deep, transformative healing experiences.

  • I work with a variety of mental health concerns.

Therapy

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  • Are you a woman who is struggling with toxic, unhealthy, and abusive relationships?

  • Can't find the strength or clarity to leave?

  • Or, have you left, but you feel the aftermath of abuse and feel unable to heal? 

  • Do you wish you could learn to identify, trust, and act upon relationship red flags so you can protect yourself from heartbreak?

  • This program is for you! 

THE NEST: WOmen's 8-Week ONLINE Toxic Relationship RECOVERY Program 

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Nest Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Center
  • Do you feel stuck in your healing process?

  • Are you someone who uses different types of healing modalities to support your well-being and healing?

  • Healing intensives are customized mini-retreats focused on your unique needs and goals.

  • Some options include therapy, coaching, EMDR, intuitive/psychic guidance, shamanic journeying and soul retrieval, yoga nidra, Reiki, and more. 

INTEGRATIVE HEALING INTENSIVES

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Choose Your Journey

KIND WORDS

"Chelli has a way of bringing light and changing my perspective without me even realizing it at first. Our sessions have been profound in my healing from multiple traumas and have helped guide me to my life path in a beautiful way."

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"The wound is where the light enters." - Rumi

Healing from trauma or relationship abuse can be complex and ongoing. People can struggle for years, if not their entire lives (without treatment), and may even feel shame or confusion about why they can’t “get over it”. The reason for this is because trauma affects us on every level, especially our bodies and nervous systems.

 

Furthermore, if your trauma has included some form of narcissistic or pathological love relationship abuse, you may have experienced a great degree of psychological and emotional abuse. These are invisible wounds that destroy your self-worth, your identity, your ability to trust yourself and others.

Not only does a survivor need to heal the body, whether there are physical injuries, trauma affecting the nervous system, or physical illness, but they must also work to heal the deepest wounds to the psyche, the heart, and the spirit. This often presents a challenge, because without support and feedback with a therapist or helping professional, you may not even realize that the way you feel about yourself, the self-doubt, lack of confidence, or self-destructive relationship patterns you may have developed is connected to the destructive psychological abuse you experienced. 

FEELING CALLED
TO WORK TOGETHER?