Caring for the Brain After a Difficult or Narcissistic Partner

Dr. Rhonda Freeman


What if you were taught information about psychology

and your brain that could transform your healing?

A Neuropsychology-Based course to help

survivors of narcissistic abuse or callous partners

Has this been your experience?

Heightened sensitivity & more empathic?

The 'Get-it-out' approach not offering much relief?

Feeling consumed with the topic of narcissistic personality disorder?

Lack of benefit from the passage of time?

Feeling a broken heart for someone you may not even like?

Your Brain, Your Healing

Though your brain may hold imprints of past pain, it also has remarkable potential to adapt, heal, and form new neural connections with time and care.

This course offers psychology insights intended to help empower your self-guided healing journey, at your own pace.

You'll be provided an opportunity to gain clarity for moving forward, through educational content coupled with self-care practices.

The materials aim to provide knowledge and tools to help you compassionately shape your path forward in ways aligned with your needs and goals.

We'll explore how better understanding your brain's responses can allow for more informed collaboration with your mind's inner strengths.

If you feel plagued by rumination and attachments, this course provides knowledge and tools intended to aid you in cultivating emotional resilience and clarity.

The Trauma Bond Explored

Guided reflection exercises designed to empower. Discover the neuroscience behind Dr. Freeman's theory of the trauma bond.

Behavioral Neurology & Psychology Fusion

Experience content uniquely curated from social neuroscience & psychology, tailored specifically for survivors.

Applying Neuroscience Theory to Survivors

Discover Dr. Freeman's neuroscience theory, derived from evaluating thousands of trauma patients.

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The Power of Neuroplasticity

Learn about neuroplasticity and explore strategies specifically chosen by Dr. Freeman for survivors' healing journeys.

Self-Care & Healing Model

Master a healing model founded on cutting-edge neuropsychological research.

Understand Narcissistic Abuse Symptoms

Delve into the neuroscience driving the common symptoms of narcissistic abuse.

Meet your guide:

Rhonda Freeman, PhD

As a dedicated Neuropsychologist and survivor, my mission is to empower survivors of narcissistic abuse. I bring a unique blend of qualifications and firsthand experience:

PhD in Psychology with an emphasis on Neuroscience.
Trained in cognitive rehabilitation of brain trauma and neuropathology.
Conducted neuropsychological evaluations for trauma survivors, cognitively challenged, and personality-disordered individuals.
Personal experience using a self-devised framework to help (her) recover from narcissistic abuse.
Created a neuroscience-based model for self-care healing and understanding the brain changes specific to narcissistic abuse.

"I am grateful beyond measure!

I have been so worried about my brain functions - but now armed with this knowledge, I am starting to see improvements. I’m back at work and thriving. Much love to you Rhonda, for the work you are doing." TC

Narcissistic Abuse - Male Testimonial
"This is what I was missing!

Dr. Freeman goes slowly through the neuroscience - so I didn't feel overwhelmed. Not only did I constantly have moments of 'Ohhh that's why I did that!' I learned ways to go in a different direction and help my brain." JM (student images concealed for privacy)

Narcissistic Abuse - Female Testimonial
"I'm BLOWN away!

The new information she introduced in the course has opened my mind even MORE. It has helped me to understand the neuroscience behind what is happening to our brain when we have a trauma bond to people who cannot actually bond!" SH

Guidance from the Heart

The hurt we experience after this unique breakup deserves more than just clinical detachment -it deserves empathy. I felt compelled to share not just knowledge, but genuine understanding.

My intention is to provide insights to lift you up, not merely lecture about trauma. I engage in mindful teaching, focused on emotional safety.

My knowledge is here to guide you gently on this path as you process at your own pace. Together through thoughtful self-study, we can expand understanding.

Who Is This Course For?

✦ Those eager to understand the emotional changes that follow narcissistic abuse.

✦ Individuals looking to enhance their healing toolkit, adding the insights neuroscience offers to their psychological understanding.

✦ Curious minds interested in the blend of psychology and the brain.

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This course may be less suitable for:

✦ Those seeking therapy or treatment replacements. This is educational content.

✦ Those who dislike topics related to psychology or the brain, as these are integral to our discussions.

✦ Those currently experiencing severe distress. The course's material may be challenging to absorb during times of high emotional strain.

✦ Those seeking quick fixes or treatment through a class.