All posts tagged: Institute for Relational Harm Reduction

The Roth Show:”How do Psychopaths Get into Positions of Power?”

BROADCASTING AT A NEW TIME!  8-9 Pacific, 11-12am Eastern  Listen LIVE: http://therothshow.com Join Dr. Laurie Roth and Susan Murphy Milano each Wednesday How Do Psychopaths Get Into Positions of Power? Power positions are all around us, from police officers like Drew Peterson, in the military, to elected government officials and white collar executives and those sitting in the board rooms of powerful corporations. Often these people are not quite what they seem, wearing a mask for the public to see, yet something totally different on the inside. They portray themselves to the public as having empathy, charm, and charisma, but their controlling ways and harmful thoughts are just below the surface. Down through history we’ve seen many examples of the manifestation of their evils, some very blatant, but many continue to wield their power quietly under the radar. So, what makes them tick and how do they get into these positions of power? Why are we not seeing the red flags and warning signs before putting our trust in those who will ultimately destroy? Back to Drew Peterson, recently …

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Sandra L. Brown on Anderson Cooper: My Husband is a Murderer

Sandra L. Brown, author of Why Women Love Psychopaths and How to Spot a Dangerous Man  lends her expertise to the panel on Anderson Cooper Show, Friday, April 13. Go to AndersonCooper.Com for local times and listings. What would you do if you found out the man you planned to spend the rest of your life with had a dark, violent past? Would you be able to spot the warning signs? Anderson speaks with the D.C. Sniper’s ex-wife, Mildred, who reveals the shocking reason behind her former husband’s acts of terror. He also talks with other women who fell in love… only to learn that their men had violent and sometimes criminal pasts. Sandra L. Brown, MA is the Founder and CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education. She is recognized for her pioneering work on women’s issues related to relational harm with Cluster B/Axis II/Sociopathy/Pyschopathy disordered partners. She specializes in the development of Pathological Love Relationship clinical training and survivor support services. Her books, CD’s, DVD’s, and other training materials have …

Sandra L. Brown Interview on Relationship Talk

      Real Knowledge. Real People. Recently, Sandra L. Brown was honored to be interviewed by “Ruth” at Relationship Talk, an interesting site featuring bloggers, articles, interviews and an interactive forum. We think there is much to learn about relationships, especially toxic ones,  how to avoid them and find the one who truly helps you be happy.   Many people wake up one day, and find that life isn’t at all what they imagined it to be. The relationship they are in is probably the worst nightmare they could possible imagine – but still, they stick it out, making excuses for their partners outrageous behaviors, hoping that from tomorrow it will be different, but it never is. I asked Sandra L. Brown, M.A., CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education, who is a specialist psychopathology, if she would answer some of my questions on the subject, to which she agreed. If anything here rings true to your own relationship or a relationship of a loved one, or if you would …

Sandra L. Brown, M.A. Training the US Army on March 30

With her years of experience and education in the area of Pathology, Sandra L. Brown, M.A. has been invited by the US Army to hold a day long training session in San Antonio, Texas. Sandra will be addressing the effects of Cluster B disorders and domestic violence on the Army families, and how to better utilize her information when advocates are called to deal with situations arising from the stresses endured within military families. “The truth is, nothing impacts non-pathological people as much as being in a relationship with someone who is pathological. Add to that not understanding how pathology manifests in relationships and the often manipulative behavior of those with pathology and you have partners, families, and children who are devasted almost as much by the lack of information as by the destruction that often happens at the hands of the pathological.” By utilizing her vast knowledge, research  and life experiences with those who are afflicted with the Cluster B disorders, Sandra has developed unique training for those caught up unaware of the situation they …

Your Ex Was a Psycho: Now What Can YOU Do For Yourself? Heal

You have identified your relationship as pathological and have safely escaped, but how can you move on and away from it?  Healing in the aftermath is very important for your ability to learn healthy boundaries and progress into healthy relationships. The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education offers the best instruction and training to put your life back on track. Retreats and intensive one on one sessions with Founder, Sandra L. Brown, M.A. are available offering the best practices and approaches to healing in the aftermath of pathological love relationships.  Retreats and sessions are limited for 2011, reserve your space now. Healing the Aftermath of Pathological Love Relationships (PLR) – Brevard, NC Enjoy the relaxing 100 year old Manor House with daily continental breakfasts. Dine in the sun room or one of the outdoor deck spaces. Heal from up to 5 hours of group coaching a day and learn from the power packed Pathology Library with the most pathology information any where! Stroll to historic and quaint downtown Brevard (voted one of …