Tag Archives: domentic violence

Five Types of Physical Abuse Narcissists Use on Spouses

by on October 12, 2017

Have your clients experienced a time when their narcissistic spouse lost control and became scary angry? Did they cause physical pain? Do your clients feel that somehow they provoked it? Narcissistic spouses will blame others for their abusive behavior. “You made me upset,” “If you won’t say this (or act that way), then I won’t… (more…)

How Flattery Can Be Abusive

by on January 14, 2017

It’s easy to identify bullying, intimidation, physical restraint, or molestation as abusive. But what about other, more subtle forms of abuse that seem on the surface to be kind and generous, they are not. Think of it as a mask of deception used to control, manipulate, and eventually abuse. To the outside world, the mask… (more…)

How to Tell If a Memory is Real or False

by on May 19, 2016

Sometimes clients come into a first session with amazing stories. Knowing whether a story is real or false can make the difference between notifying authorities, making false accusations, referring the client, or pursuing other treatment options. I had two clients, such clients. Client A told me a story of witnessing child abuse done by a… (more…)

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