About Lisa J Haskins
After the devastation and trauma of a toxic relationship with a narcissistic abuser, we have actually lost a sense of who we are. We feel hopeless, broken, and numb.
As a woman who has experienced this crazy-making, I am here to tell you that you can break free from the toxic thoughts, beliefs, and chronic anxiety that prevent you from trusting yourself and your decisions again.
I provide consulting, mentoring through my course, Recover and Rediscover, and research-based tips, tools, and strategies to women who are seeking a path to empowerment, wellness, and personal growth after a toxic relationship with an abusive narcissist.
I empower women down the path of healing through education and self-discovery. As a public-school teacher in a high needs area (for over 19 years) and a survivor of an emotionally, psychologically, and physically abusive relationship that lasted 18 years, I have gained a unique perspective on what it means to leave the victim stance behind.
There is a science and a proven path to well-being that can support and guide victims of abuse out of the darkness and out of the fog.
I strongly believe that living a life that is rooted in choices deeply connected to our integrity and our one true self is possible. I believe that making small incremental changes aligned with our deepest wants and needs can lead to personal transformation. All of this is possible. One small step at a time.
I am a certified Positive Psychology trainer and a student of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction having completed the MBSR Fundamentals Program in Teacher Education through the Center for Mindfulness. I am also a registered 200-hour yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. I present workshops on boundary setting, assertiveness, and goal setting.
You can relearn how to empower yourself again. You can reclaim your precious life. If you have the desire to move forward and into your life again, with a deep trust in yourself and your decisions, I am here to tell you that trust, empowerment, and peace are possible. You are not alone in your journey to healing.