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The Short Version: Glynis Sherwood is a counselor and author who specializes in dealing with family scapegoating, narcissistic abuse, and childhood trauma recovery. Her compassionate one-on-one and couples sessions can help singles and partners overcome pain and reclaim their self-worth. Glynis offers private video counseling, advice articles, and podcasts, so clients around the world can benefit from her insights on love, family, and relationships.
Some people think of a new relationship as an emotional baptism — you may go in broken, but you’ll come out the other side healed. It’s a fresh start and a new beginning. Some singles dive into a relationship hoping it’ll wash away their own pain and fears, but, sadly, that’s not always the case.
Marriage isn’t a reset button or an automatic problem solver. Another person’s love often won’t undo trauma from childhood. Those issues can continue to be there once the honeymoon period is over.
Counselor Glynis Sherwood, MEd, helps singles and couples overcome their painful pasts and create healthy futures with the right partner. Glynis is a professional individual and couples counselor, author, and educator known for her pioneering work in family scapegoating.
Glynis has been counseling people for over 20 years, and, in that time, she has developed techniques that build self-confidence and challenge subconscious roadblocks.
In private sessions, Glynis encourages clients to break free of abusive family dynamics and take constructive steps forward. She specializes in dealing with family scapegoating, narcissistic abuse, chronic grief, and relationship issues. Her practical and down-to-earth approach resonates with people who have experienced trauma in the past or are enduring ongoing abusive situations.
“I understand exactly what clients are going through and how they can heal and recover,” she said. “I help people work through abusive family experiences so such trauma no longer negatively impacts their relationships and self-worth.”
Video Counseling Sessions Explore Emotional Issues
In her private practice, Glynis sees people facing a variety of issues — from singles experiencing heartbreak to couples considering divorce — and she uses different counseling methods to treat these different issues. Hers isn’t a one-size-fits-all mentality. She adapts her approach based on her assessment of the client’s emotional needs and strengths.
Sometimes she explores childhood trauma to address current attachment issues, while other times she focuses on setting goals and creating a framework for a healthy lifestyle. Whether she’s working with individuals or couples, Glynis inspires her clients to become more compassionate and understanding towards themselves as they build close personal relationships.
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