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Welcome to The Nurturing Coach website.


The ONLY professional dedicated to narcissistic parental abuse and parental alienation.



What is narcissistic parental abuse and parental alienation?


Narcissistic Parental Abuse


If you had a narcissist for a parent you are probably still bearing the wounds.

Narcissists cannot parent.  They lack empathy and children need an empathetic parent to understand what they are wanting and feeling from the second they take their first breath.

They will use their children in whatever way they can – keep a partner trapped, give them status, offer them emotional support.

But the child gets nothing in return.

Characteristics of Narcissistic Parents

  • favouritism of one child over the others
  • highly critical
  • bullying behaviour
  • will try and turn them against the other parent with lies or over the top gestures (usually involving money)
  • severe disciplinary methods
  • inconsistent attention
  • withdrawing from child
  • parental alienation

Parental Alienation

A narcissist will attempt to alienate you from the life of your child for many reasons.

  • narcissistic injury
  • enmeshment
  • to hide abuse
  • pathogenic parenting
  • punishment

Whatever the reason, the outcomes are the same.

Impact of Parental Alienation on the Parent

  • depression
  • suicide
  • criminal conviction
  • homelessness
  • social isolation
  • psychological, emotional and verbal abuse

The outcomes for children of having a narcissistic parent are not good either:

Impact of Having A Narcissistic Parent

  • low self esteem
  • behavioural problems
  • child tries hard to be perfect and gets disproportionately upset when they make a mistake
  • struggles to form relationships with peers
  • isolates themselves
  • depressed and suicidal
  • angry

Learning to deal with the realisation of having a narcissistic parent can take time and hurt like hell.  Childhoods are stolen and life will be a battle.  But you can learn to manage the situation for both yourself and your children and together we can nurture you towards a more hopeful and free life.


Why The Nurturing Coach

When I was experiencing narcissistic abuse and parental alienation, I wanted someone who understand and helped me to find myself again. I couldn’t find anyone with this expertise so, once I felt stronger, I decided to use my experience as a social worker and retrain as an NLP Practitioner.

My role is to hold your hand.  To understand and console.  To push you when you need pushing, congratulate when you have excelled and nurture you to recovery.

My desire is to work with you to create a new version of you.  A stronger, more hopeful and wiser version who is excited about the world and their life.

parental alienation specialist


If you are ready to move forward or want some advice on how to cope with the day to day issues, head to the Services page to see how we can work together.  Alternatively, if you prefer an informal chat first, please fill in the form below and we will be in touch within 48 hours.