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Relational Harm Reduction

Relational Harm Reduction

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How to recognize partners with narcissism, anti social, sociopathic or psychopathic disorders. How to leave, heal, and build a sound recovery.

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Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC will be joined by Gina Simmons, PhD to discuss pathological anger. Dr. Simmons will discuss the difference between normal anger and pathological anger including the treatment options... more

Hosted by Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC: taking questions on how trauma changes the brain.

This week Sandra Brown is joined by a neuropsychologist who will share information regarding the traumatic impact on the brain from a pathological love relationship. She will talk about the feeling of craving and "addiction", oxytocin,... more

Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC explore the aspects of what recovery from a pathological love relationship looks like.

Sandra and Jennifer take a look that dichotomies in pathological love relationships. Dichotomy-two radically opposite behaviors are a naturally occuring dynamic of someone with a cluster b disorder but exposure to this can create... more

This episode features Sandra Brown and Jennifer Young discussing the specific dynamics that exist in pathological love relationships including gaslighting, the crazy making triangle, dichotomies and language differences. These dynamics... more

Sandra Brown, author of Women Who Love Psychopaths and also How to Spot a Dangerous Man will be talking about pathological love relationships and taking questions about pathology, how personality disorders are formed, relationship... more

Relational Harm Reduction presents our kick off show focused on pathological love relationships. We will be discussing Cluster B Personality Disorders, aftermath, recovery for survivors.
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