Have you lost your confidence?
Is your partner’s behavior confusing you?
Do you need help identifying red flags in a relationship?
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?
In this course, you will:
✓ Learn 7 Quick Tips for finding out if you are emotionally abused
✓ Discover how an abusive partner plays the victim in order to manipulate you
✓ Discuss how a lack of empathy is often the sign of an abuser
✓ Identify the ways your partner refuses to take responsibility
✓ Learn the early signs of jealousy in a relationship
✓ Identify if and when your partner is objectifying you
✓ Learn how abusers use humor as a tool to put you down
✓ Spot the signs that your partner is controlling you
✓ Benchmark what happiness looks like in a relationship
When you sign up for Subtle Abuse 101﹣How to Spot an Abuser, you will receive:
✓8 video lectures, taught by Avery Neal, psychotherapist and leading expert on subtle abuse
✓In-depth notes to walk you through the curriculum
✓8 journal assignments to reflect and develop inner strength
✓Even better, lifetime access!
✓All this, for only $99.00
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
✓Identify if you are being emotionally abused in your relationship
✓Learn to judge your partner based on actions, not words
✓Tap into your own empathy to identify how you feel
✓Define the limits of your responsibility in your relationship
✓Stop questioning yourself when your partner becomes jealous
✓Understand why you feel icky, empty, or uncomfortable in your relationship
✓Evaluate how much control you believe you have in your relationship
✓Understand what happiness looks like in a relationship, to set yourself up for future success
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Avery Neal, PhD, LPC is a practicing psychotherapist, international author and speaker. In 2012 she opened Women’s Therapy Clinic, which offers psychiatric and counseling support to women. She specializes in depression and anxiety at all stages in a woman’s life. She has worked extensively with women suffering from prenatal anxiety and postpartum depression in addition to helping women recovering from divorce and healing from psychological abuse. She is passionate about empowering women discover their own inner strength, leading to higher self-esteem, confidence and overall life satisfaction.
Dr. Neal is the author of, If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse, which has been translated and published in twelve languages. Her articles and interviews have been published by Oprah.com, American Counseling Association, Counseling Today, BookTrib, Best Self Magazine, Hitched Magazine, Bustle, POPSUGAR and PKWY Magazine, and her courses have been taken by over 18,000 people worldwide. The International Association of HealthCare Professionals nominated her as one of the top psychologists in Houston.
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, Dr. Neal has guided countless individuals to regain their self-esteem, their joy, and their lives, in the wake of this type of unhealthy relationship.