Dr. Karyl McBride is now offering small group intensives designed to build and strengthen individual recovery work and create amazing connections within a community of support.
If interested in scheduling, contact Dr. Karyl McBride at her office: 303-420-9565 or by sending a message.
Led by Dr. Karyl McBride, each group will include 6-8 adult children of narcissistic parents. We are inviting both men and women raised by narcissistic parents.
The small group intensives are ten hours total with six hours on Saturday and four hours on Sunday. They are always scheduled on weekends to make it easier for you to attend. The sessions are from 9 am to 4 pm on Saturdays with an hour break for lunch and from 9 am to 1 pm on Sundays.
The intensive weekend includes instruction on Dr. McBride’s five-step recovery model, group discussion and sharing, individual processing time, and Q&A with Dr. McBride depending on the needs of the attendees. Although not appropriate for crisis intervention, the small group intensive is for those who feel stuck on a certain recovery step, want to strengthen their coping strategies, uncover negative core beliefs, and address feelings of isolation and self-doubt. You will go home with a clear roadmap for your continued recovery work.
Location for Intensives:
The attendees are responsible for their own travel and lodging. Lunch on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday are included in the cost. The fee is $999 per attendee.
The Town Square Professional Building
5738 Olde Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80002
Dr. McBride’s office is located in Historic Olde Town Arvada where you will also find fun boutiques, antiques, and interesting shops and food. There are hotels fairly close and the office is a quick jaunt to downtown Denver and other shopping, but the hotel we recommend is:
Omni Hotels and Resorts
500 Interlocken Blvd.
Broomfield, CO 80021
www.omniinterlocken.com - Guests of Dr. Karyl McBride receive a special discount! The special rate at the Omni is listed under "Dr. Karyl McBride" when booking by phone. When reserving online, enter the rate code: 45238816690 in the Corporate/Promo Code box to get the special discount.
If you go to the hotel website, you will find directions from the airport and more information about this resort. It is located approximately 20 minutes from Dr. McBride’s office and is a lovely place to stay with mountain views of Boulder, Colorado and close by shopping at The Flat Irons Shopping Center. There is in-house dining, golf, and a full-service spa. The Omni is about 35 miles from the Denver International Airport.
Dr. McBride looks forward to meeting you for this specialized time designed to provide support of peers who are all in recovery together. We are hopeaholics and believe in recovery! With the damaging impact of narcissistic parenting, don’t go it alone…come join us if you can!
“The weekend intensive brought together women from all different backgrounds into an environment where we could share openly and discover how much we all had in common. This was GOLD! Despite each of us having a different story we were all working through the process to define ourselves outside of our narcissistic upbringing. I still have a lot of work to do but was inspired by the other women who have done so much already and by how they have taken charge of their lives in such a positive way. Dr. McBride is skilled at leading a group, allowing sharing to be done at will and as each individual feels comfortable. She explains each part of the recovery process through her own personal experiences, insights from her research and participant sharing. If you are just getting started, have gotten stuck or need some new recovery strategies, I would highly recommend attending a small group intensive!”
“I really enjoyed the Small Group Intensive and found it to be immensely healing. Having done an individual intensive as well as now a small group, validated my experience of being raised in a narcissistic home. Hearing other daughters' experiences, although we come from significantly different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, was uniting because we all could relate to each other's stories. It was so wonderful and helped me to feel that I am not alone. With Dr. McBride guiding us along the way, I felt my healing and recovery reach a new level. I can't remember the last time I felt such a deep connection to people, as I didn't have to worry about them not understanding my perspective. The weekend was definitely one that I will treasure for a lifetime!”
“Thank you so much for creating a comfortable, safe, and stress-free environment for our group! I know you put a lot of effort to help all of us feel at home. Having attended my second Small Group Intensive, I think it is very important to return: at your second group, you are able to put things in a perspective, look at your experience from a different angle, and really listen to the other daughters. At my first group, I had a lot to tell and needed someone to hear my story and validate my experience; this time, I was able to listen, and learn to give others support and validation. I know I am a changed person now, more authentic, stronger, and kinder to myself and other people, including my mother. The last group was just wonderful. I am glad I met those amazing courageous women, and I am endlessly grateful to them and Dr. McBride for support, compassion, and guidance. I am looking forward to the next Small Group Intensive.”
“WOW!!! What an eye-opening experience. Hearing the experiences that other women had growing up with a Mother (or other family member) that was not capable of plugging into their feelings was very powerful!
I not only attended this small group intensive for myself, I attended for my own little daughter. I wanted to gain more insight into maternal narcissism so that I can better equip myself with the tools that I will need to stop this madness and not perpetuate this crazy way of relating to my own daughter.
I am slowly learning the wonderful gift of empathy and it is a task that I am trying to improve within myself each and every day…little step by every little step. Thank you, Dr. McBride for helping me pave the way for my little daughter’s emotional future!”
- M. D.
“I just can't express my gratitude to you and the other daughters in our group. I know that I walked out the door a changed person. After so many years, I finally know what was wrong with me and how to "fix" it. I am still processing my experience in the group, and each day I feel better than the day before. I am looking forward to the next small group intensive! And I definitely recommend it to other daughters. It helped me in a way none of my other therapists could.”