Help and Healing for Victims of Verbal Abuse

What is emotional abuse? According to the United Stated Department of
, emotional abuse is defined as, “Undermining an individual’s
sense of self-worth and/or self-esteem. This may include, but is not limited to
constant criticism, diminishing one’s abilities, name-calling, or damaging
one’s relationship with his or her children.”

Being a victim of emotional or verbal abuse can cause serious side effects such
as depression,
traumatic stress
, and anxiety.
What can you do if you have been a victim to heal and move forward? What about
reformed abusers, how can they move on to a healthier life?

Patricia Evans, author of The
Verbally Abusive Relationship
, and Mack at MEVAC, founder of Men Ending
Verbal Abuse and Control
, have teamed up to develop Survivors Empowered.
This program is designed to help victims and reformed abusers heal from their
past and transform their physical and emotional lives. For more information on
this fantastic program, visit

If you live in the Vancouver, WA or Portland, OR area, and have been a victim
of verbal abuse or are a reformed abuser, please feel free to contact my office to set up
an appointment for one-on-one therapy. Therapy will give you personal
empowerment – heal your body and mind and open up a whole new world of choices.

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