Training For Therapists
Treating the Adult Daughter of the Narcissistic Mother who is Trapped in the Role of the “Good Daughter”
Do you have a client that is a Daughter of a Narcissistic Mother?
"Katherine is a woman unlike any I have ever met. She has a knack for cutting through the chaff getting to the heart of an issue in a way that feels so unobtrusive. Her ability to speak to deeper seeded truths that affect our daily lives in our behavior, relationships, and life experience is beyond insightful--it's almost spooky!"
- Holly Mills
Do your clients struggle with setting healthy boundaries with their Narcissistic or Difficult Mothers?
- Know what she should do but can’t make herself?
- Have trouble setting healthy boundaries and sticking to them?
- Feel guilty when she says no and not value herself?
- Wonder if she will ever be good enough?
And maybe the most frustrating part - does she abandon therapy just when you are starting to get to the real work?
If your client has, or had, a mother who is Narcissistic or high in Narcissistic traits, and she has taken on the role of Good Daughter, her essential self has been buried in ways that make life and relationships very hard.
Unless you understand the unconscious dynamics that threaten to undermine her progress in therapy, you will be confused as to why she can’t make significant changes or quits therapy prematurely.
I’m Katherine Fabrizio, LPC,
and I have been treating the Good Daughter of the Narcissistic Mother for 30 years. I know the therapeutic techniques that work and the common pitfalls you want to avoid.
Introducing: A new in-depth approach to bringing the “Good Daughter” of the Narcissistic Mother back to life.
You will learn...
- Why most boundary-setting attempts fail and how to set boundaries that stick.
- What to say and what to do to prevent the Good Daughter from passing this dysfunction to her daughter.
- The #1 reason the Good Daughter stops therapy prematurely and how to prevent it.
"Katherine Fabrizio... sees. She sees with the eyes of her sol and reflects to the eyes of her client. She does not boast any knowing, instead, she lets her client reveal him/herself in a safe and all-loving space.
...She sees so that others might know. Know the next step to take, know that their feelings are warranted, and know how to heal their wounds.
Few things have the power to postiviely change an entire life. Katherine Fabrizio changed mine."
I've been working with these women, to help them have better relationships, stand up to their mother, and reclaim their sense of self-worth, for 30 years.
You too can learn how to engage your clients at a deep level and conduct therapy in such a way that heals her and feels good to you. Healing her, heals you.
Do You Want to turn this around for you and your clients?