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Finding a good Therapist after experiencing Narcissistic or other abuse

Finding a good Therapist,

after experiencing Narcissistic or other abuse.

Click on this line to visit the Psychologist Locator, a service of the American Psychological Association Practice Organization. The Psychologist Locator makes it easy for you to find practicing psychologists in your local area.

Click on this line to visit the Psychology Today website service which can help you find detailed professional listings for Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Therapists, Counselors, Group Therapy and Treatment Centers in the United States and Canada.

Click on this line to visit the Skype Therapies website service called Skype Therapist Directory, which provides a list of verified Clinicians who are registered with UK and European Official Bodies.

Click on this line to visit the Psychology.com website to use their directory to find Licensed Therapists with assorted Specialties.

For our visitors from Australia, click on this line to visit the Australian Psychological Society website which has a searchable Directory of Psychologists in different areas of Australia.

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“Lack of Object Constancy” is a Narcissistic Trait and Red Flag to watch for

This video discusses “Lack of Object Constancy” which is another Trait and Red Flag of a Narcissist to watch for.

Video is courtesy of the Narcissistic Abuse Victim Syndrome YouTube channel

Click on this line to visit the Narcissistic Abuse Victim Syndrome Facebook page.

The video below is posted by someone suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. She discusses a therapy session about Lack of Object Constancy. What she mentions, also applies to Narcissists. Note that she is actively seeking treatment via Therapy Sessions, which is something a Narcissist would rarely (if ever) do.

Video is courtesy of The Borderline Life YouTube channel

Click on this line to visit the Out of The Fog website to read their post titled : Lack of Object Constancy.

 

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