Current Courses Available/Coming Soon

Current Courses Available!

Initial 14 Week Recovery Course: Surviving The Immediate Aftermath Of Narcissistic Abuse 

Recovering from narcissistic, sociopathic and psychopathic abuse is not only extremely chaotic, confusing, and devastating, but it is widely misunderstood by a high volume of professionals. Not only do survivors pose the risk of being retraumatised by misleading and misinformed judgements and suggestions, they may also have their recovery journey prolonged because of the unhelpful, or downright invalidating experiences they may receive. This fourteen week live course will cover everything that a survivor may need need to know in the initial stages of their recovery from this truly horrific form of abuse. 

Recovering from narcissistic, sociopathic and psychopathic abuse is not only extremely chaotic, confusing, and devastating, but it is widely misunderstood by a high volume of professionals. Not only do survivors pose the risk of being retraumatised by misleading and misinformed judgements and suggestions, they may also have their recovery journey prolonged because of the unhelpful, or downright invalidating experiences they may receive. This fourteen week live course will cover everything that a survivor may need need to know in the initial stages of their recovery from this truly horrific form of abuse. 

Across the fourteen weeks, we will spend: – 1 week exploring the topic of going ‘no contact:’ why it is a vital step in recovery (emotionally and biologically), as well as practical tips for how to go about it successfully. We will also discuss the concept of parallel parenting and how to navigate the aftermath when there are children involved. – 3 weeks exploring, dissecting and reaching a grounded understanding of the neurological, biological, psychological, emotional and relational dysfunctions of narcissistic abusers. Alongside this, these vital weeks will have participants exploring how these dysfunctional relationships can influence their behaviour; how it impacts the dynamics of the relationship; how to navigate away from future encounters; and how to heal and move on from the lasting effects of their experience. Many survivors are forced to bypass this stage because others convince them that they ‘need to focus on themselves.’ While this is the ultimate goal, I am of the opinion that it is vital to address and understand the dysfunction of the perpetrator in order to help process their experience and move away from the damage that these individuals often cause. Without this information, many survivors often remain stagnant in rumination, self-gaslighting, and trauma-bonded to the perpetrator for far longer than they need to be. – 2 weeks understanding the chemical reaction that occurs within abuse survivors, including a deep dive into why a survivor is often severely dysregulated following their experience. We will also explore the science behind trauma-bonding and cognitive dissonance; and how to heal from all of these destructive stages of recovery. 

If you would like to process your experience on a much deeper, more personal level, I would recommend signing up for either my 1-to-1 private coaching sessions, or enrolling on one of the online supported workshops that I offer. These will be far more personalised, and will instead focus more on personal story telling, sharing experiences, and working through specific hurdles that members of the group are finding challenging to navigate through.

 

Current Courses Available!

Intensive 14 Week Continuation Course: Childhood Wounds, Attachment Patterns, And Narcissistic Abuse.

While this course is predominantly written for survivors of narcissistic abuse, the curriculum covers content that would be relevant to any trauma survivor. This is for survivors who are perhaps ready to dive a little deeper into their recovery journey and consider the following: How did your early attachment experiences unconsciously influence your decisions throughout the abusive relationship? How do many narcissistic abusers use a person’s developmental trauma to hold them captive and rooted in fear? What is your believe system surrounding boundaries? And how may this be leaving you vulnerable in relationships? Often survivors are told that the answer is simply a case of them enforcing stronger boundaries. But many often carry unconscious beliefs about setting boundaries that leave them susceptible to exploitation and manipulation. Too frequently, survivors are often labelled as being codependent, even when multiple studies have suggested that over 60% of survivors only develop codependent-like behaviours because of the dysfunction of the narcissist, sociopath, and/or psychopath. It’s not helpful to assume that a person can simply change a deep-rooted pattern of behaviour that they’re not even aware of possessing them in the first place. 

Across the fourteen weeks, we will spend: – 1 week exploring the topic of going ‘no contact:’ why it is a vital step in recovery (emotionally and biologically), as well as practical tips for how to go about it successfully. We will also discuss the concept of parallel parenting and how to navigate the aftermath when there are children involved. – 3 weeks exploring, dissecting and reaching a grounded understanding of the neurological, biological, psychological, emotional and relational dysfunctions of narcissistic abusers. Alongside this, these vital weeks will have participants exploring how these dysfunctional relationships can influence their behaviour; how it impacts the dynamics of the relationship; how to navigate away from future encounters; and how to heal and move on from the lasting effects of their experience. Many survivors are forced to bypass this stage because others convince them that they ‘need to focus on themselves.’ While this is the ultimate goal, I am of the opinion that it is vital to address and understand the dysfunction of the perpetrator in order to help process their experience and move away from the damage that these individuals often cause. Without this information, many survivors often remain stagnant in rumination, self-gaslighting, and trauma-bonded to the perpetrator for far longer than they need to be. – 2 weeks understanding the chemical reaction that occurs within abuse survivors, including a deep dive into why a survivor is often severely dysregulated following their experience. We will also explore the science behind trauma-bonding and cognitive dissonance; and how to heal from all of these destructive stages of recovery. 

If you would like to process your experience on a much deeper, more personal level, I would recommend signing up for either my 1-to-1 private coaching sessions, or enrolling on one of the online supported workshops that I offer. These will be far more personalised, and will instead focus more on personal story telling, sharing experiences, and working through specific hurdles that members of the group are finding challenging to navigate through.

 

Initial 14 Week Recovery Course: Surviving The Immediate Aftermath Of Narcissistic Abuse

Recovering from narcissistic, sociopathic and psychopathic abuse is not only extremely chaotic, confusing, and devastating, but it is widely misunderstood by a high volume of professionals. Not only do survivors pose the risk of being retraumatised by misleading and misinformed judgements and suggestions, they may also have their recovery journey prolonged because of the unhelpful, or downright invalidating experiences they may receive.

This fourteen week live course will cover everything that a survivor may need need to know in the initial stages of their recovery from this truly horrific form of abuse.

Across the fourteen weeks, we will spend:

  • 1week exploring the topic of going ‘no contact:’ why it is a vital step in recovery (emotionally and biologically), as well as practical tips for how to go about it successfully. We will also discuss the concept of parallel parenting and how to navigate the aftermath when there are children involved.
  • 3weeks exploring, dissecting and reaching a grounded understanding of the neurological, biological, psychological, emotional and relational dysfunctions of narcissistic abusers. Alongside this, these vital weeks will have participants exploring how these dysfunctional relationships can influence their behaviour; how it impacts the dynamics of the relationship; how to navigate away from future encounters; and how to heal and move on from the lasting effects of their experience.
    Many survivors are forced to bypass this stage because others convince them that they ‘need to focus on themselves.’ While this is the ultimate goal, I am of the opinion that it is vital to address and understand the dysfunction of the perpetrator in order to help process their experience and move away from the damage that these individuals often cause.
    Without this information, many survivors often remain stagnant in rumination, self-gaslighting, and trauma-bonded to the perpetrator for far longer than they need to be. 
  • 2weeks understanding the chemical reaction that occurs within abuse survivors, including a deep dive into why a survivor is often severely dysregulated following their experience. We will also explore the science behind trauma-bonding and cognitive dissonance; and how to heal from all of these destructive stages of recovery.
  • 2weeks diving into the complex trauma that narcissistic relationships often create: looking at how and why the body is responding in the way that it is, and exploring essential practices that can help you to reduce the symptoms of complex trauma with practice, over time.
  • 2weeks working through the grief and anger that can come from experiencing narcissistic abuse. We will look at the complexity of grieving these relationships and how it differs from most other recognised (and supported) forms of grief. During this time, we will explore the many ways that we can help to release this emotional energy inside of us, and why it is an essential part of the recovery journey.
  • 2weeks focused on creating distance from the abusive experience of the relationship. These two sessions will cover the challenges that survivors often face when it comes to seeking closure; being able to validate themselves; practicing self-compassion; and navigating the concept of acceptance and forgiveness.
  • 2weeks exploring how survivors may be able to find meaning from their horrific experiences, and how they can work towards liberating themselves in a way that feels comfortable for them.

    This course is designed to be fully supportive of survivors, no matter where they may be on their healing journey. It includes extensive information, practices, resources, tools and techniques to guide a person through perhaps the most challenging aspect of recovery.

          This course looks to use an embodied approach when navigating through abuse recovery, and somatic approaches will be encouraged throughout each and every week.

The next round of this course will begin on __________

Each week, there will be a live session which will last for 75 minutes.

Each successive session will then be hosted at the same time every week for the full 14 weeks.

All fourteen weeks will be recorded so that participants will have an opportunity to rewatch the content as many times as they wish, for a full month following the release of each class. The recording will usually be uploaded within 24 hours of the live session ending. You will need to sign a disclaimer, agreeing to the sessions being recorded, before attending. All terms and conditions will be sent to you following payment.

Places are limited so I can assure safety is upheld during these potentially triggering sessions.

The course will be hosted live (on Zoom) so there will be an opportunity for discussion, questions, and feedback throughout each session. However, this course is designed predominantly to offer extensive information, advice and guidance for those who have experienced narcissistic abuse. This means that while there will be room for some discussion, there won’t be many opportunities to share personal experiences, or seek advice about individual situations.

      If you would like to process your experience on a much deeper, more personal level, I would recommend signing up for either my 1-to-1 private coaching sessions, or enrolling on one of the online supported workshops that I offer. These will be far more personalised, and will instead focus more on personal story telling, sharing experiences, and working through specific hurdles that members of the group are finding challenging to navigate through.

Details about my 1-to-1 private coaching can be found HERE

Details about the next workshop enrolment can be found HERE.

Total cost of course: £655.

This cost includes:

  • Access to all 14 live sessions (75 minutes each)
  • Access to the recordings of all 14 sessions for a full month following their release. These can be watched as many times as you like.
  • A PDF of all of the practical exercises, journalling prompts, and relevant information used during each session. These will usually be emailed to the participants before the beginning of each session.
  • A 25% discount off any initial investment of my 1-to-1 coaching packages following the purchase of this course – valid for up to 3 months following the completion this course.

Intensive 14 Week Continuation Course: Childhood Wounds, Attachment Patterns, And Narcissistic Abuse

While this course is predominantly written for survivors of narcissistic abuse, the curriculum covers content that would be relevant to any trauma survivor. This is for survivors who are perhaps ready to dive a little deeper into their
recovery journey and consider the following: How did your early attachment experiences unconsciously influence your decisions throughout the abusive relationship? How do many narcissistic abusers use a person’s
developmental trauma to hold them captive and rooted in fear? What is your believe system surrounding boundaries? And how may this be leaving you vulnerable in relationships? Often survivors are told that the answer is simply a case of them enforcing stronger boundaries. But many often carry unconscious beliefs about setting
boundaries that leave them susceptible to exploitation and manipulation. Too frequently, survivors are often labelled as being codependent, even when multiple studies have suggested that over 60% of survivors only develop codependent-like behaviours because of the dysfunction of the narcissist, sociopath, and/or psychopath.
It’s not helpful to assume that a person can simply change a deep-rooted pattern of behaviour that they’re not even aware of possessing them in the first place. Neither does it support a survivor to pathologize their behaviour and encourage them down a healing path that could throw them off their recovery.
This fourteen week course is an extensive deep-dive into how our childhood wounds can show up in our adulthood lives, and how these are often used as weapons by an individual on the narcissistic spectrum. We will also explore
attachment beliefs and behaviours, and how they can leave us vulnerable to exploitation, abuse, or simply unsatisfactory relationships.
We will explore the concepts of abandonment, neglect, betrayal, injustice and rejection; how they show up in our adult lives; and how we can navigate away from them to form healthier relationships with others. We will also explore
attachment patterns, behaviours and beliefs, and how we can move towards understanding and recovery of the ones we deem unhealthy.

Finally, we will explore the concept of emotional unavailability: how this shows up in narcissistic relationships, both from ourselves, and the abuser.

This will help survivors to recognise when another individual is exhibiting signs of being emotionally unavailable and move away from relationships that do not serve their greater good.
Across the fourteen weeks, we will spend:

  • 2Weeks exploring the complex concept of boundaries and ‘red flags.’ For individuals who’ve been taught that they’re undeserving of setting boundaries; or who have grown up with unhealthy behaviours being exhibited all around them, understanding how to protect themselves from unhealthy people will not be as simplistic as some individuals will have you believe.
  • 2weeks exploring the abandonment wound:
    how it is nurtured and developed in childhood; how it shows up in our adult relationships, especially narcissistic ones;
    how exploitative and abusive people can use the abandonment wound as a weapon; how we can recognise our own relationship with abandonment, along with specific exercises, and practices that we can use to heal this wound moving forward in our recovery.
  • 2weeks exploring the rejection wound in the same manner.
  • 2weeks exploring the neglect wound in the same manner.
  • 2week exploring the injustice wound in the same manner.
  • 1week exploring the betrayal wound in the same manner.
  • 2weeks exploring our attachment patterns; where they came from; how they impact our adult relationships; and how we can navigate towards healthier relationships moving forward. During these sessions, we will also address the attachment pattern of those with narcissistic personalities: how and why they show up in relationships in order to ensure we don’t find ourselves in abusive and/or unhealthy partnerships.
  • 2weeks exploring the concept of emotional unavailability. What that looks like on a spectrum; how it may show itself within ourselves, and others; and how we can heal ourselves so that we are more open to authentic, fulfilling
    relationships.

The next round of this course will begin on __________
Each week, there will be a live session which will last for 75 minutes.
Each successive session will then be hosted at the same time every week for the full 14 weeks.
All fourteen weeks will be recorded so that participants will have an opportunity to rewatch the content as many times as they wish, for a full month following the release of each class. The recording will usually be uploaded within 24 hours of the live session ending. You will need to sign a disclaimer, agreeing to the sessions being recorded, before attending. All terms and conditions will be sent to you following payment. Places are limited so I can assure safety is upheld during these potentially triggering sessions.
The course will be hosted live (on Zoom) so there will be an opportunity for discussion, questions, and feedback throughout each session. However, this course is designed predominantly to offer extensive information, advice and
guidance for those who have experienced narcissistic abuse. This means that while there will be room for some discussion, there won’t be many opportunities to share personal experiences, or seek advice about individual
situations.

If you would like to process your experience on a much deeper, more personal level, I would recommend signing up for either my 1-to-1 private coaching sessions, or enrolling on one of the online supported workshops
that I offer. These will be far more personalised, and will instead focus more on personal story telling, sharing experiences, and working through specific hurdles that members of the group are finding challenging to navigate
through.

Details about my 1-to-1 private coaching can be found HERE
Details about the next workshop enrolment can be found HERE

It is recommended that this course be taken after a person has completed the Initial Initial 14 Week Recovery Course: Surviving The Immediate Aftermath Of Narcissistic Abuse. However, anybody is welcome to join. While we will be exploring narcissistic abuse throughout the sessions, the information, practices and practical work that make up the basis for this course can also be used in all walks of life. You do not need to be a survivor of abuse to benefit from the content within this course.

Total cost of course: £655.

This cost includes:

• Access to all 14 live sessions (75 minutes each)
• Access to the recordings of all 14 sessions for a full month following their
release. These can be watched as many times as you like.
• A PDF of all of the practical exercises, journalling prompts, and relevant
information used during each session. These will usually be emailed to the
participants before the beginning of each session.
• A 25% discount off any initial investment of my 1-to-1 coaching packages
following the purchase of this course – valid for up to 3 months following the
completion this course.