Narcissistic and Spiritual Abuse: How to Feel Safe with Others Again After Spiritual Abuse — Our Unseen Hope

Spiritual abuse, otherwise known as clergy abuse or religious abuse, is a great evil and social injustice. Spiritual abuse is a common tactic of the narcissistic pastor. Spiritual abuse from a narcissist is simply the worst. In addition to abusing others physically, emotionally and/or psychologically, the abuse has a definite spiritual element. I enjoyed reading this article below from a Continue Reading

Is It Good To Have the Same Mental Health Therapy Provider As Someone You Know?

Many people these days, during the pandemic especially, are suffering from stress, exhaustion, loneliness, anxiety and sadness. It’s understandable. Everyone struggles with something. Everyone is going through something hard! Many choose to turn to a therapist for support. Sometimes, they ask around and find out who their friends or family members see. Maybe their friend tells them the name of Continue Reading

Therapist, counselor or psychologist: Is seeing your client’s family member, best friend or ex ethical? Ethics, boundaries and hidden pitfalls

If you are a coach, therapist, counselor or psychologist, there are many reasons to avoid a certain therapeutic pitfall. This is the pitfall of seeing good friends, family members, abusers or ex’s of your established clients. If you live in a small rural town, there could be exceptions. Wherever we live, ethics and boundaries should be kept in mind. In Continue Reading