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OVERCOMING NARCISSISTIC ABUSE CERTIFICATION COURSE

The Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse course is designed to provide survivors of narcissistic abuse with the tools and resources needed to heal and rebuild their lives (that is 9.5+ hrs of content and exercises, you will feel as if though I am there with you!). This course is also accredited by International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) & Complementary Therapists Accredited Association (CTAA). See our client love (testimonials) at the end of the page!

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The course covers topics such as setting healthy boundaries, developing self-care practices, rebuilding self-esteem, and learning to trust oneself again. It provides a safe and supportive environment for survivors to connect with others who have experienced similar trauma and to receive guidance and support.

RECOVERING FROM NARCISSISTIC ABUSE

The Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse course is a comprehensive program designed to help individuals who have experienced emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical abuse at the hands of a narcissistic individual. This course provides practical tools and strategies to help individuals heal from the trauma of narcissistic abuse and rebuild their lives. It covers topics such as understanding narcissistic abuse, setting healthy boundaries, developing self-care practices, and learning to trust oneself again. The course includes educational materials, interactive exercises, and guided meditations to support individuals in their healing journey. It is designed to be a safe and supportive space for individuals to connect with others who have experienced similar trauma and receive professional guidance and support from a licensed therapist or coach. The Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse course is a powerful resource for anyone looking to heal from the effects of narcissistic abuse and create a fulfilling and authentic life. Being in a narcissistic relationship can be incredibly stressful and overwhelming, and it can impact all aspects of your life.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE STRESS POINTS YOU MIGHT FEEL WHEN YOU’RE IN A NARCISSISTIC RELATIONSHIP:

Feeling constantly on edge or anxious due to unpredictable behavior of the narcissistic partner

Being criticized, belittled, and invalidated, leading to low self-esteem and confidence

Experiencing emotional manipulation and gaslighting, leading to self-doubt and confusion

Feeling trapped and unable to leave the relationship due to financial, emotional, or other dependencies

Being isolated from friends and family, leading to a sense of loneliness and disconnection

Being subjected to physical or emotional abuse, leading to fear and trauma

Feeling like you are walking on eggshells and constantly trying to appease the narcissistic partner

Losing your sense of self and identity due to the narcissistic partner’s control and manipulation

Struggling to maintain a work-life balance due to the demands and unpredictability of the relationship

Feeling overwhelmed and exhausted from trying to keep up with the narcissistic partner’s needs and expectations

THE COURSE WILL HELP YOU WITH:

If you’re a survivor of narcissistic abuse, the Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse course can provide you with the tools and resources needed to help you heal and rebuild your life. The Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse course offers a comprehensive approach to healing and growth, providing survivors with the tools, resources, and support needed to overcome the effects of narcissistic abuse and create a fulfilling and authentic life. By prioritizing self-care, self-compassion, and self-love, you can rebuild your life and emerge from the trauma of narcissistic abuse stronger and more resilient than ever before.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE WAYS THE COURSE CAN HELP YOU:

Gain a deeper understanding of narcissistic abuse and how it impacts your life

Learn to set healthy boundaries and protect yourself from further abuse

Build resilience and restore your sense of self-worth and self-belief

Develop self-care practices to help you manage stress and improve your well-being

Learn to trust yourself again and rebuild your intuition and self-confidence

Connect with a community of survivors who can provide validation, understanding, and support

Receive guidance and support from trained professionals who specialize in trauma and abuse recovery

Build a plan for long-term healing and growth, including goal setting and actionable steps for moving forward

Gain insight into the dynamics of narcissistic relationships and develop strategies for maintaining healthy relationships in the future

Create a brighter future for yourself, filled with hope, healing, and authenticity.

MODULES

MODULE 1: THE TRAITS OF NARCISSISM – THE HIDDEN MASK

This module provides an overview of narcissism, including its definition as a personality disorder characterized by a grandiose sense of self-importance, a need for admiration, and a lack of empathy for others. The module explains that narcissism can be a learned behavior, and discusses the diagnostic criteria for narcissistic personality disorder. The module also explores the possible causes of narcissistic personality disorder, including genetic, environmental, and neurobiological factors. The module further dives into the various ways in which narcissistic behavior can manifest, including manipulation, bullying, and a constant need for admiration. The module covers a series of questions for individuals to ask themselves if they suspect they may be in a narcissistic relationship, and suggests the best way to overcome the effects of narcissistic abuse is to know oneself inside and out.

In this module, we will cover:

Narcissism is a personality disorder characterized by a grandiose sense of self-importance, a need for admiration, and a lack of empathy for others.

Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is defined by the DSM-5 as a pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration, and lack of empathy.

To be diagnosed with NPD, a person must meet specific criteria, including a grandiose sense of self-importance, preoccupation with fantasies of success, belief in their own special abilities, a sense of entitlement, interpersonal exploitation, lack of empathy, envy of others, and arrogance.

Narcissism can be a learned behavior from childhood experiences and generational programming, in addition to a combination of genetic, environmental, and developmental factors.

Research has suggested that people with NPD may have impaired functioning in the prefrontal cortex, imbalances in certain brain chemicals, such as dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin, and may have brain structure differences.

Narcissists are not limited to romantic partners and can include parents, family members, adult children, bosses, coworkers, friends and acquaintances, neighbors, community leaders, and co-parents.

Narcissists manipulate and exploit others for personal gain, have a sense of superiority, lack empathy, behave arrogantly, expect special treatment, and are in constant fear of failure or losing.

Narcissists have extreme shame, and their self-esteem remains stuck in their core shame.

Manipulators have an impaired conscience, are unable to see beyond their own self-interest, and are aggressive in pushing their own agenda forward without regard for other people’s feelings, rights, or interests.

There are two types of manipulators: overt and covert.

Victims of manipulators often believe that aggressive behaviors are due to the manipulator’s own problems or suffering.

It is essential to know yourself inside and out to beat the manipulator.

Questions to ask if you are in a narcissistic relationship

Exercise:

 

Finding your balance and identity during challenging times

MODULE 2: OVERCOMING GASLIGHTING

Gaslighting is a type of emotional abuse that manipulates a person’s sense of reality and leads them to doubt their own perceptions, memories, and sanity. It can cause a loss of self-confidence, anxiety and depression, difficulty trusting others, physical symptoms, and isolation. If you or someone you know is experiencing gaslighting, seeking support, setting boundaries, documenting the abuse, and seeking professional help can be helpful. The first step in overcoming gaslighting is recognizing the signs of the abuse, such as questioning your memory, denying your feelings, blaming you for their behavior, and isolating you from friends and family. Trusting your instincts, keeping a record, setting boundaries, and taking action are crucial steps to regain control over your life.

 

In this module, we will cover:

Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse where a person manipulates another person’s sense of reality, causing confusion, anxiety, and a loss of trust in oneself.

Gaslighting can lead to a loss of self-confidence, anxiety and depression, difficulty trusting others, physical symptoms, and isolation.

Steps to overcome gaslighting include seeking support.

Setting boundaries, documenting the abuse, trusting your instincts, keeping a record of their behavior, setting boundaries, and taking action.

Recognizing signs of gaslighting is the first step to overcoming it.

These signs include constantly questioning memory, denying or dismissing feelings, blaming the victim, and isolating them from friends and family.

Trust Your Gut

Exercise:

 

Meditation and strategies for healing from gaslighting

MODULE 3: WHY IT’S HARD TO LEAVE A NARCISSIST AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

This module explores the reasons why leaving a narcissistic partner can be difficult for the victim, even in the face of negative and abusive behaviors. Some effects of narcissistic abuse include mood swings, depersonalization, loss of sense of self and self-worth, and PTSD. Victims may experience anxiety, depression, short-term memory loss, headaches, body aches, and more. Some reasons why it can be hard to leave a narcissist include emotional manipulation, fear of repercussions, self-blame, trauma bonding, financial dependence, and isolation. Narcissists may also use financial control and abuse to keep their partners dependent on them. To leave a narcissist, victims may need to seek support, develop an exit plan, and prioritize their safety and well-being.

 

In this module, we will cover:

Narcissistic abuse occurs in cycles, with outbursts of aggression followed by happier times, which can lead victims to stay in the relationship hoping for change

Leaving a narcissistic partner is a difficult process with emotional ups and downs

Victims of narcissistic abuse may experience a range of effects including mood swings, depersonalization, loss of sense of self and self-worth, PTSD, short-term memory loss, headaches, body aches, anxiety, depression, and bad habits

Reasons why it’s hard to leave a narcissist include emotional manipulation, fear of repercussions, self-blame, trauma bonding, financial dependence, and isolation

Financial abuse is a powerful tool that narcissists use, as it directly affects a person’s survival instincts

Walking away may involve planning

Exercise:

 

Healing meditation: Disconnecting from the abuser

MODULE 4: STAGES OF HEALING FROM NARCISSIST ABUSE

The stages of healing from narcissistic abuse include feeling sorry for the abuser due to reasons such as trauma bonding, empathy and compassion, guilt and shame, and manipulation and gaslighting. When a victim starts to change and grow, it can lead to shifts in power dynamics, changes in communication styles, new interests and hobbies, changes in values and beliefs, and improved self-care and boundaries in the relationship. Leaving an abusive relationship hurts because the victim becomes dependent on the abuser to make them feel good about themselves, and they may struggle with denial, guilt, and bargaining. To heal, the victim needs to rediscover themselves and their boundaries, relearn their values, and find support and professional help.

 

In this module, we will cover:

Overcome feeling sorry for the abuser may occur due to trauma bonding, empathy, guilt and shame, and manipulation and gaslighting.

Change in the relationship dynamics can occur when one partner undergoes personal growth, including shifts in power dynamics, communication styles, new interests and hobbies, changes in values and beliefs, and improved self-care and boundaries.

Leaving an abusive relationship hurts because of the emotional dependence on the abuser and their ability to make the victim feel good about themselves and how to shift this.

Believing empty promises to change and needing closure may also contribute to the pain of leaving.

Rediscovering oneself involves relearning boundaries, values, and identity that were lost in the process of adjusting to the abuser.

Exercise:

 

Exercises and steps to avoid returning to an abusive relationship

MODULE 5: HEALING FROM NARCISSISTIC ABUSE

The module discusses important questions to ask yourself when rebuilding your life after narcissistic abuse. These include identifying what makes you feel safe, setting healthy boundaries, recognizing your triggers, practicing self-care, setting goals and aspirations, identifying allies and supporters, and learning from past experiences. The article also provides four questions that can prepare individuals for a healing session.

 

The module discusses important questions to ask yourself when rebuilding your life after narcissistic abuse. These include identifying what makes you feel safe, setting healthy boundaries, recognizing your triggers, practicing self-care, setting goals and aspirations, identifying allies and supporters, and learning from past experiences. The article also provides four questions that can prepare individuals for a healing session.

 

Healing from narcissistic abuse is a transformative journey that requires self-reflection and self-compassion. In this article, we’ll explore important questions to ask yourself to help you rebuild your life after abuse and find the support you need to heal.

 

In this module, we will cover:

What Do I Need to Feel Safe? Identify what makes you feel safe and secure, whether it’s healthy boundaries, a support system, or a safe physical environment.

What are My Boundaries? Establish healthy relationships by setting boundaries around communication, physical contact, or other behaviors that make you uncomfortable.

What Are My Triggers? Identify the things that make you feel unsafe, vulnerable, or emotional, and develop coping strategies to manage your emotions more effectively.

How Can I Practice Self-Care? Nurture and protect yourself physically, emotionally, and spiritually by making self-care a priority.

What are My Goals and Aspirations? Set personal and professional goals and identify the steps you need to take to reach them.

Who are My Allies and Supporters? Identify the people who will support you, encourage you, and provide a safe space for you to heal and grow.

What Can I Learn from My Past Experiences? Reflect on your past experiences to gain insights and wisdom that can help you move forward in a positive way.

Exercise:

 

Deep healing meditation healing from abuse in relationships

MODULE 6: HOW TO ESTABLISH BOUNDARIES AGAIN

This module is designed to help you regain control over your life and rebuild healthy relationships.

 

Have you ever felt like you’ve lost control of your own life, unable to set healthy boundaries and constantly finding yourself in situations where you’re taken advantage of or abused? Have you experienced abuse in your past and are struggling to move past it and trust again? If so, then this course is for you.

 

In this module, we will cover:

In this module, you’ll learn how to define and communicate your boundaries, rebuild your trust in yourself and others, and protect yourself from emotional manipulation and abuse. You’ll be guided through a step-by-step process that will help you identify your triggers, set consequences for boundary violations, and develop a safety plan to protect yourself from further harm.

This module will provide you with practical tools and strategies that you can use in your everyday life. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with a supportive community of like-minded individuals who are also on their own journey of healing and growth.

By the end of this module, you’ll feel empowered to set healthy boundaries in your personal and professional relationships, rebuild your trust in yourself and others, and live a life that is grounded in self-respect and self-love.

Exercise:

Redefining your new boundaries

MODULE 7: REDISCOVER YOUR SELF-WORTH

The module discusses how past treatment can affect self-esteem and lead to feelings of inferiority, particularly after experiencing abuse. Learn how to focus on what you love about yourself, rather than trying to be like someone else. The module also includes an exercise to help you identify your strengths and what you envision for yourself. The importance of self-awareness and metacognition in developing better thinking and decision-making skills is also discussed.

 

Rebuilding Self Awareness module is designed to help you develop a deeper understanding of your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and how they impact your life. Through this module, you will learn to harness the power of metacognition, which is the ability to reflect on your own thinking processes and adjust them as needed.

 

By developing metacognitive skills, you will be able to make better decisions, avoid critical errors, and achieve extraordinary things in your personal and professional life.

 

Our course includes easy-to-follow modules that will guide you through the process of developing and refining your metacognitive abilities, including:

Understanding what metacognition is and why it is important

Learning how to recognize your own cognitive biases and correct them

Developing mindfulness and self-reflection practices to increase self-awareness

Building self-esteem and confidence through positive self-talk and self-validation

Setting and achieving personal goals that align with your values and aspirations

Exercise:

 

Healing meditation how to value and love yourself again

MODULE 8: STARTING OVER

Are you struggling to start over after an abusive relationship? Do you feel lost, overwhelmed, and unsure of where to begin? If so, our Starting Over After Abuse Relationships course is for you. This comprehensive module is designed to provide you with the tools and resources you need to move forward and create a fulfilling life after abuse. You will be guided through each step of the process, helping you to rebuild your self-esteem, regain your confidence, and create a solid foundation for a healthy and happy future.

 

In this module, we will cover:

Develop a safety plan to protect yourself from further harm

Build a support system of friends, family, and professionals

Identify and heal from the emotional and psychological effects of abuse

Establishing your new safe place emotionally and physically

How to get your finances in order including getting your life in order during or after an abusive relationship.

How to find yourself again, your self-worth, identity, sense of self.

Creating success again

How to create the support that you want and need

How to befriend change in your life

How to find peace and ease negative thinking

Redefine what you want in your love life, communication, self-care and relationship

Reconnecting to your greatest strengths again

Exercise:

 

Healing meditation: Establishing and meeting the new you!

TESTIMONIALS

“Evette Rose’s ‘Overcoming Narcissistic Abuse’ course is a lifeline for survivors like me. Her deep understanding of the dynamics of narcissistic abuse is evident in every lesson. This course has given me the tools to heal, set boundaries, and reclaim my life. Thank you, Evette!” – Karen D.


“This course has been my anchor in the storm of narcissistic abuse. Evette Rose’s teachings are compassionate, empowering, and profoundly healing. I’ve learned to prioritize self-care and self-worth. If you’ve suffered narcissistic abuse!” – Mark S.


“Evette Rose’s expertise in narcissistic abuse is unparalleled. Her course is a roadmap to recovery and self-empowerment. I’ve experienced a transformation in how I view myself and my relationships. This course is a must for anyone on the path to healing.” – Kimberley E.


”I’m amazed at the depth of knowledge and support Evette Rose provides in this course. As a survivor of narcissistic abuse, I found her teachings incredibly validating and empowering. I’ve regained my sense of self and am finally free from the chains of abuse. Thank you, Evette!” – Donna K.


“Evette Rose’s ‘Overcoming Narcissistic Abuse’ course is a beacon of hope for survivors. Her insights into narcissistic abuse are eye-opening, and her guidance is practical and empowering. I’ve learned to trust my intuition, set boundaries, and prioritize self-love. This course is a true blessing.” – William Q.


“I can’t express how much this course has helped me in my healing journey. Evette Rose’s expertise and compassion shine through in every module. I’ve reclaimed my life, my confidence, and my happiness. If you’ve experienced narcissistic abuse, this course is a lifeline.” – Jessica S.


“I was lost and broken after experiencing narcissistic abuse. Evette Rose’s course has been a guiding light in my recovery. Her teachings on healing, self-worth, and boundary setting are invaluable. I’ve emerged from this course stronger, wiser, and more resilient.” – Christine P.


“I can’t thank Evette Rose enough for creating this course. Her wisdom and support have been instrumental in my healing from narcissistic abuse. I’ve learned to break free from the cycle of abuse and rebuild my life with strength and confidence.” – Helen D.


“This course is a lifeline for survivors of narcissistic abuse. Evette Rose’s teachings are both enlightening and empowering. I’ve discovered the tools to break free from toxic patterns and rebuild my life on a foundation of self-love and self-worth. Thank you, Evette!” – Carolyn A.


“Evette Rose’s ‘Overcoming Narcissistic Abuse’ course is a sanctuary for survivors. Her insights and guidance have been instrumental in my healing journey. I’ve learned to trust myself, set boundaries, and embrace a life free from abuse. This course is a true gift.” – Shirley B.

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