Have you ever wondered why you stayed so long in your abusive relationship? Or why your abuser kept doing what they did? You’re not alone. The bonds we form with abusers run deep and can be extremely hard to break.
This webinar is all about the psychology behind trauma bonds: why they form, the different stages, and why they’re so hard to break once you’re in one.
Lisa Sonni hosts a panel of licensed therapists and psychologists who offer valuable insight into our current understanding of trauma bonds. We dig into feelings of fear, guilt, and obligation, as well as the cognitive dissonance that can arise with narcissistic abuse. We also talk about the science behind breaking a trauma bond and provide practical steps for how to do so. Understanding your trauma bond is an essential part of breaking it.
What happened to you is not your fault. When you understand how your trauma bond formed, you’ll realize that your feelings are a totally valid (and common) response to an abusive relationship.
“I loved every single panelist. This webinar was amazing and I learned so much information. Thank you so much. Lisa, you saved my life.”
“This was incredibly informative and had me breathing sighs of relief and allowing myself some space for acceptance with the relationship I've recently exited.”
“Phenomenal event! Thank you so much for all of the information you provided. It was so validating to hear so much of what I have experienced, in addition to strategies and ways to reframe. Thank you!”
The Trauma Bond Recovery Course teaches you practical, proven ways to move on from your abusive relationship. Through articles, videos, and exercises across 12 modules, you’ll learn why your trauma bond formed and how to break it. Every single person who has taken the course has provided positive feedback about what they learned.