Setting Boundaries with Family and Friends
 Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC, Psychotherapist

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A few things you’ll discover by tuning into Dr. Jones's session:

*Why is it important for me to set healthy boundaries with my loved ones during the early days of parenting?

*What does a healthy relationship look like and how can I tell if I have unhealthy relationships in my life?

*How can I stand up to my parents or in-laws and start creating healthier boundaries with these loved ones?

*What can I do if loved ones are still not respecting my boundaries, even after we've discussed this?

And so much more!

Dr. Natalie Jones

Dr. Natalie Jones obtained her master's in clinical counseling psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) in 2008. She completed her doctorate of psychology (PsyD.) degree at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant University - San Francisco Campus in 2016. 

She has experience and training working in the criminal justice system. She has also conducted and published her own research study on African American women who were psychologically abused by their parents while growing up. Thus, she has the unique insight, experience, and ability to work with both victims and perpetrators of abuse. 

Visit Dr. Jones's website here.

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