Rhonda Freeman, Ph.D. is a neuropsychologist within a neurology group in sunny Florida. She helps her patients understand the neurobiology behind their thinking and emotional symptoms.
Dr. Freeman's writings explore the neuroscience behind healthy and abusive love relationships.
She volunteers for a nonprofit organization to help victims of callous, violating mates (Aftermath - Surviving Psychopathy.) She encourages you to visit, Neuroinstincts, - a compassionate online place dedicated to educating survivors of narcissistic and psychopathic partners.
She is also a contributor to Psychology Today.