Peer Support & Recovery Groups


Our groups are only open to clients who have utilized individual services.

If you are interested in a support group, please schedule individual services. We can then discuss the process for joining one of these groups.

Christian Narcissistic Abuse
Drop-in Peer Support Group

about the Group

Do you have questions about your situation? 

Do you have very few people in life who understand narcissistic abuse, and it would be a comfort to connect with others who do?

This group allows you to drop-in as needed (no monthly commitment required). I will offer it at various times during the month.

Many survivors of narcissistic abuse feel all alone. Isolation often slows down the healing process. 

Here’s what to expect:

  • Time to share your situation, ask questions, and get insights specific to your situation

  • An environment where you are free to share your spiritual journey.

  • Understanding, care, and validation


Cost: $20 (50 minutes)

Requirements:  Approved application and signed waiver and policies forms

Size: Meetings will close after 4 people join. 

Type: Narcissistic Abuse, Adult, Christ-Centered

Format: Google Meet (video chat).

This group will not meet all your healing needs. It’s designed to reduce your isolation and support your recovery process. It’s an excellent addition to individual coaching and counseling.


Members Say

Before I joined this group, I didn’t know anyone else that experienced Narcissistic Abuse.  I tried a divorce care group at my church, but the materials and suggestions I received didn’t fit my situation.  

Now I have a group of people in my life who understand!  The topics we cover always fit my personal situation, and they help me figure out my next step and break some self-destructive habits.  Now, I have a group of cheerleaders that give me the courage and support I need to keep going!


I started group coaching because I was desperate for help, but I wasn’t thrilled at the thought of having to interact with others.  I’m a Christian, and I didn’t want to be taught New Age stuff, but I also didn’t want anyone to be pushy about God. 

The part I was the most nervous about  (being with others) is now my favorite part.  I can be honest, and I don’t feel judged because we are all healing.  When I come up against something difficult, things I learn in this group help me keep moving forward instead of just falling back into unhelpful patterns.


about the Leader

Bonnie Ronstrom

Bonnie Ronstrom

I'm a certified life coach, victim's advocate, and pastoral counselor. I specialize in providing Christian, trauma-sensitive narcissistic abuse recovery services for individuals, churches, and Christian ministries.