The Affordable Recovery Program is a compilation of services which are offered at affordable prices that can be accessed from the comfort of your own home. The Affordable Recovery Program is comprised of the Living Recovery Program, an online class that you can access as your schedule allows, and online seminars addressing specific topics.
The Living Recovery Program
The Living Recovery Program (LRP) was the first product in our Affordable Recovery Program. Debuting in January, 2016, the LRP is an online self-directed study course that focuses on pathology education, the relational dynamics, the survivor partner’s Super Traits and why they are targeted, and the resulting extreme aftermath. The course also includes extensive information on symptom management and recovery techniques.
The LRP is open for enrollment with classes beginning four times a year – January, April, July and October. If you haven’t yet signed up, you are missing an affordable way to kick start your recovery.
In keeping with our focus on affordable care, we are launching a line of seminars which will be offered at affordable prices! Seminars are forthcoming on the topics of:
- The science of the brain in the aftermath – Available January 19 through February 18, 2017
- How to spot, acknowledge and leave a dangerous relationship – coming soon
- The impact of personality disorders on domestic violence – coming soon
- Managing cognitive dissonance and intrusive thoughts – coming soon
- Narcissism and its effect on your relationships – coming soon
- Intensity of attachment – coming soon
- What neuroscience can teach us about batterers – coming soon
- How to spot a dangerous man before you get involved – coming soon
Future seminar availability will be announced here and in our weekly Newsletter. (You can sign-up for the Newsletter through the box on any of our web pages.)
Now available Neurobiology of the Aftermath
Our initial seminar, Neurobiology of the Aftermath, is presented by neuro psychologist Dr. Rhonda Freeman who discusses how a pathological love relationship and break-up impacts your brain. In this 3+ hour seminar, learn what’s causing all of your unusual and extreme symptoms — why you crave him, why you have monkey-mind, why the ruminations and trauma symptoms persist, and more!
The Neurobiology of the Aftermath seminar will be available online for a limited time, from January 19 through February 18, 2017 during which you can view it at a time that is convenient for you, at your own pace, and multiple times if you so wish. But remember, it’s a limited time offer and ONLY available for the dates listed!
Affordably priced at just $99.
(PayPal and most major credit cards accepted. You will need to create a user id and password to purchase and access the seminar.)
One of the attendees says:
This seminar, while very technical, gave me so much insight to my PTSD from being married to a psychopath. I now see that there are concrete, brain chemistry explanations for why I feel as I do and why I have acted as I have. Dr. Freeman really “gets” what I have experienced. She communicates with clarity and compassion but not pity. Her lectures convinced me that I am not alone, that the breakup with a psychopath is very different from a “normal” breakup and that I really will heal with time (and my good therapy).
While many have told me to have self compassion, this lecture finally made me understand completely what has happened to my brain and my emotions and with that understanding, convinced me that self compassion is essential. My work is to step out of focusing on what the psychopath has done and begin to step into my own healing. The Caring for the Brain sections offer doable, helpful steps to aid healing.
Thank you to both Sandra Brown and Rhonda Freeman – I am forever in your debt! ~ Terry K.