Special Session: How to Deal with Narcissists, Svengalis and Negative People
Narcissism is part of the Dark Triad, but you don't have to be!
Narcissists, "Svengalis," and those individuals who always seem to be focused on the negatives, are controlling, often working hard to sabotage your life. This then creates unhealthy codependencies through vertical relationships--often earmarked by various levels of financial abuse. If you are at your wits' end and don't know where to turn, Dr. Housel can help.
A narcissist often thrives on making a partner feel "crazy." When this happens, you may feel isolated, alone, and frankly, afraid to tell anyone for fear of being seen the way your narcissist paints you. Dr. Housel has written extensively about the Dark Triad and can offer a compassionate ear and sound, research-based advice to help you learn how to deal with your situation in order to avoid the hopelessness and helplessness that comes with it.
All sessions are confidential. After you make your purchase, you'll receive an email with dates and times for your 30-minute live Skype session with Dr. Housel. To expedite scheduling, feel free to leave your time zone and best days/times in the NOTES section before checkout. Please also include in NOTES any basic information you'd like Dr. Housel to know ahead of time--thank you. This is for individuals only;no exceptions. No refunds can be offered for client-cancellations.
Dr. Housel has 20+ years experience as an advocate, educator and coach. She is the author of "Survive Anything" for Psychology Today and an author and editor in the Mental Health for Millennials book series. Dr. Housel is also a mental health expert for 7Cups.com on patient advocacy and suicide. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the International Association of Risk Management in Medicine, with postgraduate study/continuing ed accredited by the American Medical Association (on COVID-19, Genomics, Oncology, Immunology & Genetics, Harvard Medical School 2020-2022) as well as the APA for telepsychology, parenting, relationships, sex, LGBTQ, cancer patients and those with chronic illness, as well as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and grief.