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Gaslighting Recovery for Women: The Complete Guide to Recognizing Manipulation and Achieving Freedom from Emotional Abuse (Paperback)

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A complete gaslighting recovery guide for women to regain control and reclaim their lives

Gaslighting is one of the most destructive forms of emotional abuse that women can experience, causing them to distrust their own realities and perceptions and even believe they have a mental illness. In Gaslighting Recovery for Women, trauma-informed therapist Amelia Kelley, PhD, offers evidence-based therapy and tools to help women detect and protect themselves from manipulation that can occur in all key areas of life—family, intimate relationships, work, academia, and healthcare. Her guided approach to healing from abuse helps survivors establish a greater sense of self-worth, self-esteem, and empowerment. 
This book features: 

A THREE-PART RECOVERY PROGRAM designed for understanding gaslighting, healing from trauma, and reclaiming your reality

REAL-LIFE COVERT GASLIGHTING CASES from all aspects of a woman’s life that help validate realities and perceptions that have been otherwise distorted by a gaslighter   

ACCESSIBLE THERAPY EXERCISES, ACTIVITIES, AND TECHNIQUES rooted in DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), mindfulness, and self-love, among others, to facilitate personal healing from past traumas and guide women to embrace who they truly are  

SIGNS OF MENTAL MANIPULATION FOR PREVENTION AND RECOVERY that enable women to be self-aware and fully trust their instincts when they sense something is wrong

About the Author

Amelia Kelley, PhD, is an integrative, trauma-informed therapist focusing on motivation, women’s issues, empowering survivors of abuse and relationship trauma, Highly Sensitive Persons, healthy living, and adult ADHD. Dr. Kelley is an adjunct professor in counseling at Yorkville University and a nationally recognized relationship expert featured on SiriusXM’s Doctor Radio program “The Psychiatry Show,” exploring the impact of gaslighting on our society. She is a co-author of What I Wish I Knew: Surviving and Thriving After an Abusive Relationship and a regular contributing writer for the world’s largest blog for HSPs, The Highly Sensitive Refuge. Her work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Scary Mommy, Yahoo! News, Well+Good, and Insider.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780593690468
ISBN-10: 059369046X
Publisher: Zeitgeist
Publication Date: August 29th, 2023
Pages: 192
Language: English