Neuroscience can open the door to a new set of self-care approaches you can use as you work on your recovery. This 8 day course is for survivors who fell in love with someone on the pathological narcissism spectrum (i.e., narcissistic personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, & psychopathy).
In your healing journey, it is imperative to understand that certain actions and behavior patterns can actually deepen your pain and contribute to feeling 'stuck'.
No one wants that!
One of the best ways to know how you want to tailor your recovery path is to get information regarding how the brain responds to certain words, activities, experiences, and exposure. This is what this course will do!
Neuroplasticity allows our brain to heal and change, leaving behind many of the emotional wounds caused by narcissistic abuse. Rewiring the brain is possible if you work with it rather than against it. I will teach you ways to work with and care for your brain. Our brain is able to form neuroconnections that have the potential to strengthen the regulation region. Positive neuroplasticity can be central to transforming suffering into growth.
You can do more then just survive narcissistic abuse. By adding neuroscience approaches to your current self care regimen, along with any needed professional interventions, you increase the likelihood of enjoying your life again!
* It may be tempting to try to complete the course in a couple of days, however I strongly advise against this. I recommend you complete no more than one module per day. Allow your brain to assimilate the information, get rest, and give yourself a chance to implement some of the tips.
* Watch my video below, where I share my personal experience of psychopathic abuse.
For over five years I have shared information on my website, Neuroinstincts, with survivors of narcissistic and psychopathic abuse.
When I am not working on Neuroinstincts, I am a full time neuropsychologist within a neurology practice. When there, I primarily work with patients who have damage to the brain due to dementia, stroke, head trauma, multiple sclerosis, hydrocephalus, or psychological trauma conditions..
I write for Psychology Today and Huffington Post. I am also a contributor to Aftermath: Surviving Psychopathy (created by Drs. Robert Hare, Paul Babiak, & David Kosson)