Exploring relationships with partners devoid of morals, empathy, honesty and a conscience

About Dr. Rhonda Freeman | Neuroinstincts

Hi, I’m Dr. Rhonda Freeman (clinical neuropsychologist). Welcome to Neuroinstincts! Neuroinstincts is a place to get the educational foundation often needed to grow after an abusive relationship.

After years of hearing the suffering and pain of others, I need to do my part to heighten awareness of severely abusive personalities. There are many people confused by their circumstances because partners with psychopathy or narcissistic personality disorder often manipulate and suddenly lose interest in their mates .

You deserve love … real love. When someone cares deeply for you they will not intentionally hurt you or play mind games to twist your reality.

My hope is to empower survivors of emotional and physical abuse and expand their understanding of the dynamics behind many toxic relationships – often from a neuroscience angle.

Please subscribe to my mailing list below. I’ll send updates when I add anything to the site and to keep you aware of what I’m up to. Best, Dr. Freeman

• Dr. Freeman is a clinical neuropsychologist. She works with patients diagnosed with neurological conditions and is involved in clinical research trials of Alzheimer’s disease. She writes for Psychology Today, Huffington Post, and Aftermath Surviving Psychopathy. She is the founder of Neuroinstincts.

[Note: Dr. Freeman does not accept any consultations through Neuroinstincts. Although Dr. Freeman is a neuropsychologist, she is not contracted to be your neuropsychologist. Please seek consultation with a specialist if needed.]

I do not offer coaching, consultations, therapy, or treatment of any kind via Neuroinstincts. Neuroinstincts provides information regarding psychopathy and narcissistic personality disorder. However, we cannot address or evaluate your risk of harm from your partner, determine his/her diagnosis, offer guidance regarding methods to leave, or any possible legal, co-parenting / parenting, divorce, childcare, psychological advice, or (any) personal issues. These are matters best addressed and managed via other means (e.g., attorney, law enforcement, your healthcare provider). Be aware, it is unethical for a mental health professional to diagnosis someone without evaluating them. 

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