Caring for the Brain After Narcissistic Abuse [Online Code]
Caring for the Brain After Narcissistic Abuse [Online Code] by Rhonda Freeman, PhD at ITHKS. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Explores common psychological and neurobiological reactions to abusers with pathological narcissism The aftermath of intimate relationships with
The aftermath of intimate relationships with abusers on the narcissism spectrum (i.e., narcissistic personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, & psychopathy) can be a painful and confusing time.
To go from being cherished to despised without reason is not normal. The potential is high for there to be psychological and neurobiological harm in the wake of the connection.
Narcissistic abuse can leave an individual feeling worthless, devastated, insecure, and anxious. The emotional, physical, and cognitive challenges created within these relationships are commonly referred to as "narcissistic abuse syndrome."
Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome is not a formal diagnosis, but rather an abbreviated way of describing the upheaval that follows loving someone primed to manipulate and hurt others.For many people, purposeful approaches toward recovery will be necessary to move forward.
This online course was created to help survivors of narcissistic abuse keep the brain in mind as they make gains toward health and growth on their healing journey.
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Features & Highlights
- Learn what neuroscience research has to offer regarding the brain's reactions to severe stressors and trauma.
- Learn why our stress systems become less efficient the more they're activated in response to abuse.
- Learn 8 categories of brain self-care approaches.
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