Rhonda Freeman, PhD is a clinical neuropsychologist and dementia research evaluator within a neurology practice in Florida. Dr. Freeman is also the founder of Neuroinstincts®, a neuroscience based domestic abuse website geared toward victims of narcissists and psychopaths. She created a framework to assist survivors of narcissistic abuse understand common brain reactions associated with this type of traumatic experience. Dr. Freeman shares approaches that can help survivors care for the brain and move forward in her online courses found at neurosagacity.com.
Dr. Freeman has lectured to mental health professionals and abuse survivors to raise awareness regarding the impact of psychological abuse in intimate relationships. She writes for Psychology Today and Huffington Post; she has been featured in several media outlets such as NBC, Reader’s Digest, and Business Insider. She is also a member of the Research Committee within Aftermath: Surviving Psychopathy (a nonprofit foundation created by Drs. Robert Hare, Paul Babiak, & David Kosson).
You can find her at Neuroinstincts.com where she shares articles and videos to help survivors of trauma and abuse and also offers the program Caring for the Brain After Narcissistic Abuse: How to Use Neuroscience to Accelerate Recovery.