Narcissistic Abuse Summit
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Are you a mental health professional who provides services to individuals struggling with the aftermath of a toxic or narcissistic relationship?
Are you a client who believe your therapist or psychologist would benefit from additional information regarding relational abuse?
I will be participating in an upcoming summit focused on the psychological and neurological impact of intimate partner abuse.
My talk is entitled “Trauma Bonds to a Violating Partner: How Neurobiology Can Work Against Victims of Narcissistic Abuse“
Within my session you will learn:
- why it is often more difficult (for many) to detach from an intimate connection with a narcissist than non-narcissist.
- the brain’s response to the loss of the abusive relationship.
- the neurobiology of the trauma bond.
- and insights from research to address over-active brain systems.
Disclaimer: Dr. Freeman’s participation within the summit does not imply support of, agreement with, or responsibility for the opinions, views, or any content offered by the other lecturers. Do your due diligence when selecting the talks to attend within the summit.