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Below You’ll Find Resources and Tools to Help You in Your Journey.


Healthy Relationships 101: How to Spot an Abuser

Abusers are not obvious. If they were, you probably wouldn’t engage in the first place! And yet, nearly half of Americans have experienced psychological abuse by a partner. So, how do you know what to look out for early on so that you don’t end up in a harmful dynamic? How can you tell if what you are experiencing in your relationship is psychological abuse if you’ve never been hit or called a name? This course is for you if:

  • You are dating and want to identify red flags;
  • You can’t quite put your finger on what is wrong in your relationship;
  • You find yourself constantly apologizing in your relationship;
  • You don’t feel like you can fully be yourself or share your feelings with your partner;
  • You walk on eggshells around your partner, but you’re not sure why;
  • You try to manage your partner’s reactions to things;
  • You’ve lost yourself in your relationship;
  • Your partner’s behavior confuses you;
  • Your relationship is volatile, with high high’s and very low low’s;
  • You work harder and harder in your relationship to no avail;
  • You have lost your confidence;
  • Your relationship makes you feel like you might be going crazy.

Healthy Relationships 101: Your Guide to Real Love and a Strong Partnership

Understanding what a healthy, loving relationship looks like is paramount. All of your questions, the things no one ever told you, perhaps leaving you to seek advice from friends, colleagues or even searching online for articles or quizzes- we’ll cover it right here in clear and simple language, offering tools and strategies to help you along the way. 

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From recognizing unhealthy patterns and abuse, setting boundaries and healing from mistreatment, to reclaiming your life, redefining yourself and getting the love you want, Healthy Relationships 101 will cover it all. This course is for you if:

  • You don’t feel quite right in your relationship, but you may not be sure why;
  • You have ended or left a toxic relationship and want to recover yourself;
  • You have experienced an unhealthy/abusive romantic relationship or childhood;
  • You are single and dating;
  • You want a healthy partnership;
  • You’re in a good relationship and you don’t want past experiences to negatively impact your current relationship;
  • You tend to lose yourself in your relationships and you want to do things differently this time.
  • What you will need for this class: a journal and pen
  • Optional additional resource: If He’s So Great Why Do I Feel So Bad
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Anxiety 101 – Understanding And Overcoming Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health illness in America affecting over 40 million people. If you suffer from anxiety, clearly you are not alone! How do you know if what you are experiencing is anxiety or if you’re just overly stressed? How can you tell if what you are feeling is a panic attack or something else? This course is for you if:

  • You have difficulty falling or staying asleep;
  • You have racing or looping thoughts;
  • You are preoccupied by “what if” type thoughts;
  • You’ve experienced trauma;
  • You’ve had prolonged exposure to a stressful situation;
  • You have chronic tension in your body;
  • You’ve experienced a panic/anxiety attack;
  • You worry excessively;
  • You often feel overwhelmed.

Relaxation Training: Learning to Self-Soothe

Most relaxation techniques teach us to focus on quieting our minds and our bodies will follow. This may seem nearly impossible to achieve if we suffer from anxiety or if we are going through a stressful time. This relaxation technique does the opposite. In Relaxation Training: Learning to Self-Soothe, you will be guided through the necessary steps to relax your muscles. As your body relaxes deeply, your mind will relax as well, quite effortlessly.

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Are you a victim of subtle abuse?

Nearly half of all women—and men—in the United States experience psychological abuse without realizing it. Manipulation, deception, and disrespect are hard to detect because they leave no physical scars, but they can be just as traumatic. In this groundbreaking book, Avery Neal, psychotherapist and founder of the Women’s Therapy Clinic, helps you recognize the warning signs of what she terms “subtle abuse.” As you are able to accurately identify patterns that have never made sense before, you are better equipped to make changes to free yourself from ongoing aggression and control. As an expert in the field, Neal has guided countless individuals to regain their self-esteem, their joy, and their lives, in the wake of this type of unhealthy relationship.