All posts tagged: pathology

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Relational Harm Reduction Radio: Pathological SUPER TRAITS, What are they and How do they Effect Our World?

Relational Harm Reduction Radio! How to recognize partners with narcissism, anti social, sociopathic or psychopathic disorders. How to leave, heal, and build a sound recovery.   Thursdays at 8:30 pm ET Listen LIVE or to the Podcasts http://www.blogtalkradio.com/relational-harm-reduction Join Sandra L. Brown and Jennifer Young Sandra L. Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC are the hosts of Relational Harm Reduction Radio each Thursday at 8:30pm ET on BlogTalk Radio for the purpose of educating the public and professionals about the pathology of harmful love relationships and how to assist in leaving healing and recovering. It’s a process based on the models created by  The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education. By popular demand, the show will focus on the subject of pathological Super Traits, taking phone calls live and questions in the chat room! Super traits are all those excessive traits that kept you hand cuffed in the pathological relationship. Learn why these are your future risk factors. Some examples of SUPER TRAITS: hyper empathy, super tolerance, high relationship investment So, you’re in this “too good to be …

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 …

The Susan Murphy Milano Show: How Much Do We Know About an Abuser?

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursday, November 10, 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk The Susan Murphy Milano Show, Time’s Up! once again welcomes Sandra L. Brown, M.A., CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education,along with Dr. David Clark, the CEO and Clinical Director of Atlanta Intervention Network. The discussion today with these two professionals surrounds the issue of who is providing batterer intervention treatment, anger management, how much perpetrator history/mental health/addiction are part of the overall picture, and victim risk. Sandra Brown not only speaks nationwide on the subject of pathology and how it relates to abusers and their victims, she also holds scheduled retreats for victims who have come out of a pathological love relationship and are seeking support.  Sandra also holds trainings for therapists from around the world who are continuing  their education in the realm of pathology. Dr. Clark has a doctorate in pastoral counseling, is a nationally certified (MAC) addiction counselor and provides training and supervision for individuals seeking to be certified in …

Sandra L. Brown, M.A. Speaks to The Georgia Commission on Family Violence

The Georgia Commission on Family Violence  17th Annual Statewide Family Violence Conference   There’s No One Solution: Integrating Prevention and Intervention Against Domestic Violence   September 12-13, 2011 Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel Atlanta, GA Sandra L. Brown, M.A., the Founder and CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education has been invited to present a Workshop, What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Batterers’ Brains, at the 17th Annual Georgia Commission on Family Violence.  The Conference dates are September 12-13, 2011 in Atlanta, GA. For information and registration, please refer to the website: Georgia Commission on Family Violence What Neuroscience Can Teach Us about Batterers’ Brains Presenter: Sandra Brown Cluster B Personality Disorders are highly represented within Intimate partner Violence. Their pathology represents challenges not only in treatment but in their partners’ recovery. Intensity of attachment, impulse control, lethality and other high risk behaviors are associated with this group of batterers. The latest neuroscience on Cluster B, violence and the brain will be discussed Sandra Brown is a psychopathologist, program development specialist, lecturer, …

“Pathway to Recovery Program” Offered By Institute for Relational Harm Reduction

A Path to Recovery-Start Here! http://saferelationshipsmagazine.com Introduction The aftermath of pathological love relationships is like none other. The devastation and the unique symptoms that people experience are not widely understood by counselors and mental health professionals. The Institute, the leading experts in pathological love relationships offers our highly effective and uniquely specialized approach towards your recovery through our ‘Path to Recovery Program.’ Healing through The Institute begins with an assessment of your current situation including emotional, physical, spiritual, legal, parental, sexual and the most problematic symptoms you are experiencing. From that, The Institute’s Mental Health professional will determine if our coaching and/or retreat approaches are the right mix for your current emotional needs.  If we feel that coaching can be beneficial for you, we then develop a unique recovery plan for your situation. The Immediate Intervention Team will be the first to work with you. This can include our Safety & Exit Strategist and/or Coaches, or our team of Mental Health Professionals who will work with you with our psycho-educational approach. Our Safety Expert can help you strategize a coordinate planned …