Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support Groups Directory

A curated list of the best narcissistic abuse recovery support groups you can access from anywhere.

SPAN (Support for People Affected by Narcissistic Abuse)

Join SPAN (Support for People Affected by Narcissistic Abuse in Toxic Relationships) – A free, private Facebook support group that is professionally moderated by an amazing team of admins and coaching staff.

Divorcing a Narcissist Support

Join the Divorce Support Group – Offers Support for Divorcing a Narcissist, Before, During and After. There is no greater emotional pain that can be inflicted on someone than divorce, whether you initiate it or your narcissistic partner does. 

Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents

Join Support for Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents Group – If one or both of your parents were narcissists, chances are, you’re struggling more than you may realize. If you need support from people who have been where you are, this is the group for you. 

Beyond Recovery

Boldly Evolving Empaths (QueenBeeing BEEs) – For those who have passed the discovery and understanding phases and are ready to push forward into the next phase in their lives. A free, private facebook group that’s professionally facilitated by our coaches Angie Atkinson and Lise Colucci and admin staff.

Support for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

Join Support for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist – If you’re co-parenting with a narcissist, this is the group for you.  Support for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist is a parenting-focused narcissistic abuse recovery support group by Angie Atkinson and

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Book Club

Join Book Club – Get your intellectual stimulation and share camaraderie over a shared hobby, while alleviating the typical loneliness and isolation suffered by survivors of narcissistic abuse from the comfort of your home when you join the SPAN Book Club, hosted by Sarah Browne.

Off-Facebook Online Support Group for Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

We know that not everyone loves Facebook, and that’s why we’ve created My SPANily Home, our off-facebook option for narcissistic abuse recovery support.

We created this community because many of our fellow survivors asked us to do so. They were looking for a way to get and give support in a place that would be better hidden from their abusers, and where they could be completely open without fear of their friends and family finding out what they’re saying in their support groups. They wanted an “off-Facebook” option – and so this community was born.

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