Dr. McBride’s book was a real eye-opener for me as a daughter of a narcissistic mother. Even though I worked through a lot of the trauma myself, I still could not clarify things as clearly as Dr. Karyl has done in her book. I felt acknowledged, confirmed, and understood by it. The trauma behind this way of upbringing is not recognized as such. It’s almost like we say: Well, it happens all the time, let’s not be bothered by it. And this way the trauma continues.
It is shown in the 5-Step Recovery Model that Dr. McBride knows exactly what she is talking about. This model is built from experience, not just scientific knowledge.
As a clinician and an experienced expert, I love to encourage and guide daughters of narcissistic mothers in their process to health. Because it is so sad and unnecessary at the same time, to remain wounded.
I’m so glad and feel privileged that I can make a difference. Because I not only know how deep and ugly this kind of mother-daughter-relationship can be, but I also know that one can heal from it and outgrow it.
I believe in looking at the good, the bad, and the ugly of this relationship, so that – somewhere at the end, when one is up to it – there can be compassion and love: For the daughter herself as well as for the mother.
And that’s why I want to be a part of the WIEBGE therapist registry.
As a therapist and coach, I guide and support well-educated, self-driven women, from the age of 30, in dissolving emotional blockades, so they dare to take steps – in peace – to live their full potential!
I use intervention techniques (like EFT and PSYCH-K) to dissolve painful emotions and memories and help women with their personal and spiritual development.
Therapy sessions can be conducted in person or via Skype. My fee is mentioned on my website.
License and Credentials:
Certified Transformational Life coach, Certified EFT Therapist, PSYCH-K® facilitator
Contact me: (Bi-lingual, English and Dutch)
Therapist Virtual Workshop: Level I Training