The second in a three episode series on narcissistic mothers. Dr. Lisa Day talks about the challenges of growing up and learning to parent yourself in healthy ways the harmful and long term effects from being raised by a narcissistic mother.
Dr. Day has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, behavioral/medical issues, addiction, relationship struggles, interpersonal boundary concerns, work/life balance, major life adjustments, divorce recovery, crisis, grief, forgiveness, and loss. She has worked in a variety of settings, including working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs as well as working as a coach in assisting individuals to identify and reach their full potential in their social and occupational endeavors.
Dr. Day is an expert in assisting clients to develop healthy boundaries, integrating healthy communication skills, and utilizing mindfulness in applying healthy coping skills to deal with the stressors contributing to their challenge. Dr. Day works with eating disorders ranging from anorexia and bulimia to compulsive overeating.
In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Day is also a licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.
The show everyone has been waiting for. Join our frequent and most popular guest Christine Louis de Canonville, author of The Three Faces of Evil, Michelle Mallon, faculty at Ohio State University, and Andrea Schneider, MSW, LCSW.
Three leading educators about Narcissistic Victim Syndrome. We discuss Christine’s book which is set to publish and be available on Amazon in May of 2015, the most common question asked by all survivors of this form of abuse, and what’s in store for the future regarding the pandemic: Narcissistic, Pychopathic, and Sociopathic abuse.
Editors note: On the show we state that Christine Louis de Canonville has a Masters in Medical Anthropology. This is incorrect. Please visit the blog article for the correction. We also mention that Michelle Mallon is a professor at Ohio State University. She is a teacher and on the faculty. Thank you and we regret the error.
Join your hosts Melanie Vann and Kristin Walker as they discuss the great article by Dr. Judith Orloff
https://drjudithorloff.com/top-10-traits-of-an-empath/ about the top ten traits of an empath!
We go into detail about each one sharing experiences from ourselves and our listeners!
Our most popular series on www.mentalhealthnewsradio.com is now its own show. Join your hosts Melanie Vann and Kristin Walker as they talk about what being authentic means and why most empaths can smell inauthenticity from miles, and miles, and miles away!
Paula joins us sharing her personal journey with some certainly selfish and highly narcissistic men to a malignant narcissist. What a difference it makes when you end up with someone who has narcissistic personality disorder. She’s candid, raw, vulnerable, and brave as hell. It was an honor to hear her journey.