General and Emergency Information for Victims of Therapist Abuse

First and foremost, if you are feeling suicidal, call 911 or a crisis hotline. There are some crisis hotline numbers listed in the right sidebar under Need Help Now? if you scroll down the page. These include: National Suicide Hotlines 1-800-SUICIDE / 1-800-784-2433 or 1-800-273-TALK / 1-800-273-8255 24 hours a day/7 days a week National …

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Resource: Melanie Tonia Evans, Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

Happy New Year! I want to share with you a new resource I have been exploring: Melanie Tonia Evans and her website dedicated to Narcissistic Abuse Recovery www.melanietoniaevans.com. Melanie was a victim of serious narcissistic abuse that devastated her emotionally and physically. She then learned everything she could about this type of abuse and learned …

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Article: 30 Signs Of Emotional Abuse In A Relationship

I came across an article by Barrie Davenport on LiveBoldandBloom.com called 30 Signs Of Emotional Abuse In A Relationship. I highly recommend reading it. The article includes some excellent and helpful information, including the following list of signs of emotional abuse: 1. They humiliate you, put you down, or make fun of you in front of …

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Resource: Sandra Lee Dennis on Narcissism

A while back I wrote a couple of posts mentioning Sandra Lee Dennis, who has some great resources on her website Finding Heart in the Dark at www.SandraLeeDennis.com. She has a new, free ebooklet available called Notes on Narcissism, that I bet a lot of you are going to like. If you go to her …

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Resource for Healing – Dr. Lisa Cooney

I want to let readers know about a possible resource for healing: Dr. Lisa Cooney. Dr. Lisa is a therapist and healing arts practitioner who works with victims of sexual abuse, primarily childhood sexual abuse. Despite being an MFT, she works with people in generally non-traditional ways, both in person in the San Francisco Bay …

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Resource: “First Aid for the Soul after Heartbreak” by Sandra Lee Dennis, PhD

In my last post I shared an article from Sandra Lee Dennis, PhD on forgiveness. Sandra’s got some great information on trauma and betrayal on her website SandraLeeDennis.com – Finding Heart in the Dark, including two free eBooks: 13 Signposts of Betrayal and First Aid for the Soul after Heartbreak. I found them both very …

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A Resource on PsychCentral.com for Clients Abused by their Therapists

Recently, a reader contacted me to let me know about a resource that some of you may find valuable: a forum on PsychCentral dedicated to those who have been abused by their therapists. Because I have not participated in this group myself I cannot personally recommend it; it’ll be up to each of you individually …

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ClaytonStress.com Online Computer Therapy for PTSD Symptoms – Free Trial!

Last March, I wrote a post regarding ClaytonStress.com’s web-based online computer therapy for PTSD symptoms, and now I have some good news for those of you interested in checking it out. Jeff Eastman, the president of ClaytonStress.com, contacted me and let me know that they currently have a promotion going on in Google ads for …

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Resources for Healing: Cheri Huber

When I was in the thick of my relationship with Dr. T and really struggling to stay afloat, I turned (as I so often do) to books for comfort and inspiration. I discovered some great teachers during that time, including Cheri Huber. Cheri is a Zen teacher as well as the founder of the Zen …

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