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Narcissistic Abuse Support Group

Meets twice a month on Wednesdays.
Two groups offered: 12-1:30 and 6-7:30 pm.
In-person location: Private location disclosed only to members
Zoom: Optional after meeting in person
Monthly Membership is $99, including bi-weekly groups and a monthly newsletter with resources
Please review the description to see if this group is right for you

Please email Kathy to apply.

Description

 

After being in a relationship with a narcissist, it is common to feel mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually drained. Some people suffer physical symptoms of prolonged stress, like difficulty sleeping, digestive problems, and anxiety-induced attacks or triggered reactions. We are forming a Narcissistic Abuse Support Group to provide trauma-informed support and direction to overcome the impacts and move forward in your life.

  • The goal of this group is to support and help heal those experiencing the effects of trauma from Narcissistic Abuse
  • We meet twice a month on Wednesdays. We are offering two groups: 12-1:30 and 6-7:30 pm (please indicate your preference when you email)
  • The in-person location will be central to the participants (the specific location will only be disclosed to members)
  • If the members request, we could move some meetings to Zoom
  • Monthly membership is $99, which includes the bi-weekly groups and a monthly newsletter with resources

We want to make sure you will be a good fit for this group, so please take a look at the additional information below. If the group is aligned with your needs, please request a consultation with Kathy, the group facilitator, by checking out here (no charge).

Some of us have suffered greatly from being in a relationship with someone with Narcissistic behaviors. This is something we do not want to repeat! A smaller number have lasting traumatic impacts or suffer from Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome. This is something from which we need to heal. Even when we are no longer in a harmful environment, having a “trauma brain” causes physical problems and makes everyday tasks and interactions difficult. An essential part of healing is helping your brain and nervous systems return to healthy functioning.

Here is a good and short article on the signs and symptoms of Narcissistic Abuse. Optionally, you can also take a short survey here and let us know how you score.

Kathy is a skilled and compassionate therapist with expertise in trauma-informed care for Narcissistic Abuse. She can help you overcome the impacts and move forward in your life with restored confidence and self-worth.

Please email Kathy to apply.

 

Kathy Kahn, MA, LPC, CAC II, PLLC