Mission Statement

The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education is dedicated to providing pathology education to both survivors and treatment providers through the understanding of the inevitable harm to others caused by Cluster B disorders. It is our goal to provide the most up to date and effective prevention, intervention and active treatment approaches for survivor services and to share those approaches with treatment providers.

Safe Relationships Magazine provides a place for survivors and treatment providers to access pathology information and recovery services to assist in understanding Cluster B disorders and healing from the after math and inevitable harm of pathological relationships.

Healing the Aftermath Column, Jennifer Young, LMHC, Director of Survivor Services

Jennifer Young, LMHC, Director of Survivor Services Provides phone sessions, tele-conferencing groups, and retreats. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling from Troy University-Tampa Bay. Her focus of study has been trauma and gentle healing techniques with a focus on women’s issues […]

Pathometry – Tools for Professionals, Sandra L. Brown, M.A., Director of Advanced Education Services

Sandra L. Brown, M.A. provides advanced training and The Institute Certification for Mental Health, Addictions, Law Enforcement, and Judicial Professionals in Psychopathology and Personality Disorders. She holds a Master’s Degree in counseling with a former specialization in personality disorders/pathology.  She is a program development specialist, lecturer, community educator, and award-winning author.  Her books include the […]

The Psychopath Next Door - Video

Sandra appeared in a documentary for the Canadian Broadcast Corporation show 'Doc Zones' with world leading psychopathy expert Dr. Robert Hare, and researcher Dr. Kent Kiehl, produced by award winning producer Jeremy Torrie. The documentary discusses issues related to non-violent psychopathy and the impact to society. The documentary was named #10 in the ‘TOP TEN OF 2015’.

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