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Welcome, I'm Rhonda Freeman, a neuropsychologist committed to helping survivors of narcissistic abuse. If you're feeling lost or overwhelmed, you're not alone. While our brains may hold pain, they also have remarkable capacities for healing. Here, you'll find resources grounded in neuropsychology to guide you from understanding your situation to reclaiming your inner strength.

Regain your well-being after a Narcissistic Partner

Rhonda Freeman, PhD


Guides and Courses
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For the Compassionate Person


EGuide focus:

  • A guide to narcissism for compassionate partners. 
  • Neuroscience of compassion
  • Psychological impact of abuse
  • Patterns of narcissists
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Using Neuroscience:  Survivors


Course focus

  • Neuroscience lessons and exercises to empower & grow
  • Neuroplasticity Approaches
  • A Self-Care Model
  • Traumatic Bond in depth 
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7 Steps Toward Healing


EGuide focus:

  • Tips to calm the mind.
  • Insights into harmful partners.
  • Common behaviors of pathological narcissists.
  • Journal prompts.
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Keep in mind, with the course, you can learn at your own pace.


Dr. Freeman is a neuropsychologist with training focused on brain rehabilitation and neurodiagnostic evaluations.

She creates neuroscience-based content for Psychology Today and various media outlets. She is the founder of neuroinstincts, a site for survivors of callous, selfish partners.

Testimonials from amazing students ...



"I am grateful beyond measure!
I have been so worried about my brain functions - but now armed with this knowledge, I am starting to see improvements. I’m back at work and thriving. Much love to you Rhonda, for the work you are doing."



"This is what I was missing!
Dr. Freeman goes slowly through the neuroscience - so I didn't feel overwhelmed. Not only did I constantly have moments of 'Ohhh that's why I did that!' I learned ways to go in a different direction and help my brain." JM