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You're currently in a workplace abuse situation or struggling to move on from it and want some help to feel strong again. Currently, the stress is overwhelming. You might keep replaying the situation over and over again in your head or not see a way out. You may suffer from physical symptoms of stress and feel isolated.
I offer confidential workplace abuse coaching by Zoom or phone. I offer strategy ideas and support for navigating your workplace abuse situation based on what's worked and what hasn't worked for hundreds of other targets. (Online coaching is a short-term consulting option and should not replace therapy or counseling to understand the issue in greater depth, especially for those in crisis. For options for therapists trained in workplace abuse, see the Workplace Abuse Therapist Directory on this page.)
Each 60-minute session is currently $80. Payment is required before the call through PayPal.
I will call at our scheduled time. At least 24-hours advanced notice are required for appointment changes, and you may be charged for missed sessions that don't include 24-hour notice.
You are responsible for your choices and change, and I will help guide you. You are free to not take advice I offer. I honor confidentiality so long as you do not communicate that you intend to harm yourself or others or have done so.
Prior to the first session, organize a brief summary of your work background and abuse situation. Include what you've already tried to address the abuse and the results. Add your thoughts, goals, and questions. Time spent reading documents will also be included in your session time or billed at the same rate once you've booked your session.
Monday – Thursday
9am – 9pm ET
Dignity Together announces brand new, in-person free peer support groups for workplace bullying targets with a vision of hosting them nationally.
Wednesday, March 6, at 7pm
If you'd like to attend, RSVP to [email protected].
In the meantime, join my closed Facebook group for support from other targets.
Workplace abuse therapists you can contact for help (not officially endorsed by Dignity Together but recommended by other targets and/or are known therapists for workplace abuse targets):
Sarah Lincoln, 303.691.6140