Finding Our Minds

Healing from Abusive Tactics

February 01, 2022 Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan Season 2 Episode 9
Healing from Abusive Tactics
Finding Our Minds
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Finding Our Minds
Healing from Abusive Tactics
Feb 01, 2022 Season 2 Episode 9
Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan

Narcissistic abusers have many tactics to control and manipulate people in their lives. The good news is there are ways to heal after experiencing this kind of trauma. In this episode, Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses a few of the tactics a narcissistic abuser may use to manipulate a person, and the steps one can take to heal from such an experience. 

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.

Show Notes

Narcissistic abusers have many tactics to control and manipulate people in their lives. The good news is there are ways to heal after experiencing this kind of trauma. In this episode, Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses a few of the tactics a narcissistic abuser may use to manipulate a person, and the steps one can take to heal from such an experience. 

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.