Narcissistic Abuse and Cognitive Fragmentation



Narcissistic Abuse and Cognitive Fragmentation.

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Author’s Bio:
Wakeman has earned his M.A. degree and a B.A. in Psychology. His philosophy integrates existential modalities in all of his endeavors, as he enjoys working with people of all ages. He has worked in both clinical and non-clinical settings with individuals ranging from as young as pre-school age throughout the geriatric population. He is currently dedicating his time to help victims from narcissistic and SRA abuse to recover by developing self-awareness, consciousness and discernment.

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