Treatment & Therapy for Emotional Abuse
Victims may be able to convince their abusers to seek treatment through couple or individual therapy. This can be harmful as the abuser can easily lie or paint themselves as the victim.
For the victim, the recovery process starts with escaping the negative abusive relationship. Talk to a parent, adult, or friend you trust. Develop a safety plan to keep your abuser away. This may involve getting a restraining order.
Therapy can be highly successful for the recovery process of a victim as long as the victim is able to stay open and honest about their experience. Many may find it difficult to admit the abuse or hide it entirely based on the shame and guilt they developed in the toxic relationship. Therapy can help you reestablish your self-esteem and confidence. It can help you identify healthy relationships and modify your thoughts and behaviors to cope with depression and other symptoms that have developed from emotional abuse.
HARP is here to help you recover from emotional abuse. Our programs helps you build your self-esteem and confidence back up to overcome your traumatic event of experiencing emotional distress from being in an emotionally abusive relationship. After removing yourself from that situation you will most likely experience post-traumatic stress from the psychological trauma you endured. We are here to help you through the recovery process by looking after your emotional and physical well-being. If you have questions or are ready to get help today, contact us at (877) 806-5022.