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Survivor-Victims of Narcissistic Abuse
Narcissistic Abuse &
Not accepting new patients
How did I get
"I became a counselor because of my own experiences in counseling. I wanted to help others change their lives, just as mine had.
Coastal Light Counseling was a vision that began during graduate school. It has been a blessing to be able to create something that can positively impact so many.
My career has now evolved into writing & speaking in order to educate the public about narcissistic abuse and the impacts of pathological narcissism within society "
Why do I do what
"Witnessing people transform their lives for the better is so rewarding. And what more could I ask for than to be someone who helps them get there. You know it's the right career when it doesn't feel like a job."
Who am I outside the
"In addition to being a psychotherapist, author, & speaker, I am a wife and mother of two teenagers. We have a beautiful German Shepherd, Kyah, who is my retired therapy dog and counseling partner! Being a spiritual person shapes who I am and my desire to serve others through counseling. I believe in accepting, not judging, so welcoming and working with people from any faith or no faith, and not pushing my beliefs on them, is something I strongly value and a core foundation I have established for Coastal Light.
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