I help emotional abuse survivors learn to thrive

Do you sometimes feel like the people in your life take advantage of or don’t appreciate you?

Edie King, MA, LPC, NCC  Clinical Specialist

Edie King, MA, LPC, NCC

Clinical Specialist

Do you feel like you need to be the strong one, but you’re often left feeling unfulfilled and isolated? You feel like you’re drowning and no matter how much you do, it’ll never be good enough. You just want to be loved, but things never seem to work out the way you’d like and you’re worried if you don’t get some help, you’ll wind up in another abusive relationship or all alone. 

You grew up in a chaotic household and you survived by taking care of things for your family members. 

You got good at it and now you’re finding yourself doing the same things in your adult relationships.  You want things to be different, you want to have boundaries and do things for yourself and maybe you’ve learned to separate from your family, but there are still feelings of guilt, obligation, and a sense of loyalty to the dysfunction and you continue to find yourself in toxic relationships.  Maybe you’ve turned to addictive behaviors in order to cope. 

Do you wonder if you just did something differently, maybe they’d change? 

I help people who survived emotional abuse learn to thrive.  I understand the pull to use addictive behaviors and can help you find more effective coping mechanisms.  I will meet you where you are at and utilize solution focused techniques to help you find relief from your past so you can discover who you are now and how to get what you want out of life.   

Are you looking for emotional abuse counseling near me?

I utilize EMDR, CBT, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, DBT, and recovery based techniques. If you’re ready to get started feeling better and finding more satisfaction in your relationships, contact me here for a free 15 minute phone consultation.  Let’s start the process of discovering who you are by healing the wounds of not being seen clearly. You can learn more about EMDR therapy here. If you’re looking for help with codependency relief, book your first counseling session at our Bryn Mawr office, click here: