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Support Group 

Facilitator: Raquel Soteldo RP, CCC - My expertise is Narcissistic, Antagonistic Relational Abuse and Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse.


Live Virtual Workshop


Covered by Insurance in Ontario, Canada (Please confirm your insurance covers it)


5 Hours of Work with Raquel Soteldo + 2 Hours of Support Group with the Group = 7 HOURS


2 for 1 Entry - Get two tickets for $99 (+HST)


Live Virtual Narcissistic Workshops and Support Groups

This workshop aims to create a pathway you can see or visualize that leads to happiness. Based on my experience with narcissistic romance, sibling rivalry, parental neglect and rejection, plus 20+ years of education within the academic environment, I come to you with deep empathy and a lot of information to share.

We will study the basics of Narcissistic Abuse but also talk about the reality of our lives when we are under the abuse:


  • Do we stay or do we leave? why is it so hard to leave?

  • Is this Narcissism, or something worse?

  • Am I safe? How do I take care of myself?

  • What kind of trauma is this narcissistic personality causing to my mind, body and soul?

  • How do I now co-parent with this person?

  • What about the legal battle of a divorce?

  • How do I date after this sort of relationship? What is my attachment style?





Class 1

Psychoeducation and Narcissistic Abuse: Different types – different experiences

A. Definition and characteristics of narcissistic abuse – becoming familiarized with its different presentations, descriptions and impact on individuals/victims.

B. Types of narcissists, the narcissistic relationship, and the manipulation tactics

C. Identifying signs and red flags of narcissistic abuse.

D. The psychological and emotional impact on survivors.


Class 2

What is narcissistic Abuse? how do you set boundaries and when? How do you know when someone is a narc? Relaxation techniques. Explore your ability to say NO with us!

Understanding Narcissistic Abuse – gaslighting: recognition and recovery

A. Co-dependency and Narcissism.

B. Attachment Theory.


Setting Boundaries

A. Challenging old conditioning.

B. Dealing with detox.

C. exploring triggers and red flags.

E. Getting to know yourself after abuse.

G. Regaining a sense of agency.


Class 3

Are you trauma-bonded? How do you get out of it? how do we heal from trauma? Do You have C-PTSD as a result of this abuse? How do you know if you or if you don't? We are not diagnosing here; we are exploring this. are you Co-Dependent? What is the difference between a Narc and a co-dependent, and what do they share in common? How do we become interdependent?

A. Recognizing the self and validating your experiences.

B. Breaking the cycle of abuse and establishing healthy boundaries.

C. Rebuilding self-esteem and self-worth and trust in self again.

D. Coping strategies for managing trauma triggers.

E. Developing self-compassion and self-care practices.


Class 4:

What are some of the narcissistic downers? Living with a narcissist means that you will go through an array of abusive behaviour, and you need to know exactly which ones they are to recognize the narcissist. We're going to be talking about several ones, including:

  • Isolation

  • Rage

  • Projection

  • Shaming

  • Gaslighting

  • Triangulating

  • Cognitive distortions

  • Smear campaigns.


We are going to be covering the ten guidelines to fight a narcissist or sociopath!!!!


Reclaiming Personal Power

A. Understanding the dynamics of power and control in abusive relationships.

B. Rediscovering your strengths and reclaiming your identity.

C. Setting realistic goals for personal growth and empowerment.

D. Assertiveness training and effective communication skills.


​Class 5

Emotional Healing

A. Processing grief, anger, and other complex emotions.

B. Healing trauma through therapy and support networks.

C. Mindfulness and grounding techniques for emotional regulation.

D. Forgiveness and letting go of resentment.


Rebuilding Relationships and Trust

A. Navigating healthy relationships post-abuse.

B. Rebuilding trust in oneself and others.

C. Recognizing healthy relationship patterns and red flags.

D. Establishing a support network and cultivating meaningful connections.


Some other things that will be included throughout the entire discussion include:

Setting Boundaries

A. Challenging old conditioning.

B. Dealing with detox.

C. exploring triggers and red flags.

E. Getting to know yourself after abuse.

G. Regaining a sense of agency.


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Who am I?


My name is Raquel Soteldo, and I am a Registered Psychotherapist. I have been studying Narcissism, Sociopathy, and Psychopathy for about 20 years. In 2010, I wrote my undergraduate thesis on Intergenerational Narcissism. I completed my first degree at Prince George’s Community College in Maryland, where I studied criminology with a focus on sociopathy and psychopathy. After completing my undergraduate degree at York University, I continued my studies to learn more about narcissism.

I have studied Applied Behavioural Analysis, which has helped me gain insights into the correlations between personality disorders like Narcissism, Autism, and ADHD, as well as Alcohol Fetal Syndrome and Oppositional Defiance Disorder. Later, I completed a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology, where I learned practical ways to assist individuals who are victims of Narcissistic abuse and Narcissists themselves. Currently, I am pursuing a Doctorate in Psychology to expand my knowledge and valuable awareness on these subjects further. My ultimate goal is to create a manual or book that will help victims rise out of abuse.

I have been around narcs my entire life. I have had to grow up with the coldness and violence of individuals who suffer from this personality disorder. I also saw it evolve from generation to generation. I suffered a whole lot later in my life as well, and I, too, became a victim of the romance scam that narcs are so infamous for. I know and understand how one can become stuck in the mental prison that is dating and being the family member of a narc, sociopath and psychopath. This is all to say that I sympathize with you. I believe you. I know how hard it is, but I also want to tell you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and you will come out stronger, better, more self-aware, more evolved and loving yourself after the abuse. It will take time; it took me years to figure this out, but I am here, standing strong, and I know you can, too! I wish you the best recovery and know that you are not alone! ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​


​Also, the general feeling behind these workshops is simple: NON_JUDGEMENTAL, NON_SHAMEFUL, transparent and supportive! So, we are all here to share our own stories and create a community so we don't feel so alone in this journey of trying to escape, recover or live with a narcissist!



See you soon and stay safe out there!

Raquel Soteldo RP, MA, ABA, Canadian Certified Counselor, PMP



Statement of rights for all

* I have the right to:

- not to share thoughts

- to have my own thoughts

- to disagree with people

- to agree with people

- to express yourself

- to choose not to express yourself

- have your own feelings

- to advocate for your needs

- to protect your peace

- to feel safe and secure always

- to advocate for your loved ones’ needs

- to be subject to respectful treatment from all

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