From violent to verbal, abuse takes many forms: physical, emotional, sexual, and bullying. It happens in all kinds of settings: at home, in the workplace, and in institutions from schools to nursing homes. It happens across all ages, from children to the elderly. And it hurts both the abused and the abuser.

Abuse doesn’t only affect the lives of the abused and the abuser. It touches the lives of their families, their friends, and the people they work with, go to school with, and care about.

Perhaps saddest of all, abuse is a behavior that’s passed on and all too often the abused becomes an abuser.

The statistics are staggering. But whether you are abused or an abuser, you are not a statistic. You’re a real person and you are hurting, dealing with the psychological and sometimes the physical consequences of the trauma you have experienced or caused.

Abused or abuser, the effects of abuse will be with you for the rest of your life. But you don’t have to let the abuse or abusive behavior continue, you don’t have to let it control you, and you don’t have to live in a constant state of emotional and physical pain.

Mary can help you break the chain. By utilizing a combination of alternative therapies – Hypnosis, Neurological Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Time Line Therapy® – that are all designed to produce rapid results, Mary can help you manage your pain, discover your worth as a person, and mitigate the damage the abuse has on your life.

If you are presently in an abusive relationship, she can help you find the resources to extricate yourself. And if you are an abuser, she can help you manage your pain and frustration and find the strength to stop.

In short, no matter what anyone has done to you or told you, no matter how they hurt you or you’ve hurt someone else, you deserve more. You deserve all the best that life offers and nothing less.

Mary works with clients both individually and in workshops.