Mending Hearts: Healing From Addictive & Exploitative Relationships | Mental Health Monday
With Marissa Boyce
Monday, December 6 @ 11:00 am PST
Mending Hearts: Healing From Addictive & Exploitative Relationships With Marissa Boyce
- Better understand their own personal connections between family of origin and childhood/attachment wounding and love addiction patterns.
- Work towards healing these attachment wounds and patterns.
- Discern between an exploitative/narcissistic (maladaptive) relationship and a healthier (adaptive) one.
Marissa Boyce is a self-proclaimed “healthy love” activist. She is a counsellor, educator, and facilitator who has degrees in Psychology, Counselling and Education. Marissa has worked as an educator and now a counsellor for youth and adults and has lived and worked in Canada, the US and Italy. She is also a person in recovery who has almost 15 years of sobriety from drugs and alcohol.
Marissa currently works as a trauma, addictions and relationship therapist with families, groups, couples and individuals in beautiful Victoria, BC as well as online with people all over Canada. She specializes in helping people understand, investigate, and re-pattern their relationship histories and has extensive knowledge and experience in narcissistic abuse and recovery from codependency and love addiction.
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