Toxic relationships come in all types— romantic partners, business partners, parents, siblings, friends…
and everyone, at some point in their lives, has experienced a toxic relationship.
As a therapist you’ll encounter at least one client a month who is preparing to leave or has left a toxic relationship. They’re emotionally fragile, so being well-educated on how to provide the best care for your client is a must – as well as how to deal with your own feelings of frustration when your client returns to the toxic relationship.
Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the author of the best-selling books Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People— and Break Free and Toxic Relationships: Help Your Clients Recover from Gaslighting, Narcissism, and Emotional Abuse.
Join Dr. Sarkis, for this LIVE two-day webinar where she shows you, through evidence-based practice: trauma-informed therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, solution-focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, case studies and her 20 years of experience, how to help clients rebuild their lives after the trauma of a toxic relationship:
- Knowing what to do when your client gets “hooked” on the cycle of abuse & reconciliation
- Client who continues to seek out similar toxic relationships
- Moving on without closure
- Letting go of anger and self-blame
- Establishing boundaries
- Practicing self-care
- Grief – working through the loss
- Rebuilding emotionally healthy relationships
Don’t miss out on getting answers to an all-too common but underdiscussed personality type!
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