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Transforming Cassandra

Hypnotherapy and coaching program
for those with Cassandra Syndrome an
Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome

Transforming Cassandra package

Have you been experiencing Cassandra Syndrome and/or Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome? Are you ready to feel better and experience a real transformation?  The Transforming Cassandra package is designed for you.

This package includes RTT hypnotherapy and coaching, or, if you prefer, you can do a coaching only package instead. (those with certain mental health disorders or issues with seizures may not be eligible for hypnosis due to safety reasons)

Designed based on my own healing journey, I meet you where you're at - it doesn't matter if you plan on staying with your partner, are in a deciding to stay or go situation, or if you've already left or decided to leave. My skills in hypnotherapy and coaching will help you with your own goals for your life and help with coping skills. 

During this program, we will get into the "why & how" you ended up where you are and are focused on you and your healing, not the other person.  Most of us that have experienced Cassandra Syndrome and O.T.R.S. are People Pleasers and many are 

co-dependent.  Most of us have an insecure attachment style and many of us deal with feeling small, like we don't have a voice and aren't allowed to express ourselves or our needs, like we have to walk on eggshells, we feel unloved, unheard, and misunderstood, and feel that we're not allowed to take up space. So many of us are also dealing with not feeling worthy or good enough. 

Through hypnosis (for those who choose to do this portion) we clear out the subconscious programming that is at the root of these types of feelings and behaviors. Using coaching, we keep diving into the healing journey by looking at habits, perceptions, perspectives, forgiveness, boundaries, self love, self trust, attachment styles, emotional intelligence, and other areas we discover need to be addressed.  It doesn't matter if you stay or go, we'll focus on the needs you have at this moment - everything from coping if you're staying to getting into the dating world if you've left. Every clients journey is personalized to you and what your needs and goals are.

A custom package can be arranged for a longer or shorter time frame or more or less Hypnotherapy/coaching sessions.


The suggested package is roughly 3-4 months long depending on your schedule and includes the following -

  • 2 RTT Hypnotherapy sessions (to take place at least 1 month apart) - should you do coaching only, you will receive 4 additional coaching sessions instead.

  • 10 coaching sessions - with hypnotherapy, 2 coaching sessions are 90 min and will include time for going over the hypnosis intake form, setting goals, and getting details for the RTT sessions in addition to time spent coaching. If opting out of hypnotherapy, the 1st session is still 90 min for time to set goals and go over the intake form. The other coaching sessions are 60 min each.

  • Coaching sessions are recorded and sent to you upon request to refer back to anytime so you can stay present vs trying to write notes. The RTT/hypnotherapy sessions are not recorded.

  • Custom hypnotic recordings are included in the RTT sessions, but should you opt out of hypnotherapy, we will still create a custom meditation or hypnotic recording designed for your needs should you choose. 

  • Special discount for the Transforming Cassandra Retreat in Mexico (Nov 2024) if you book your package by April 30, 2024

Get in touch by booking a Discovery Call to learn more!

What is Cassandra Syndrome/
Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome?

Cassandra Syndrome:

Cassandra Syndrome draws its roots from the Greek myth of Cassandra, embodying the modern psychological experience of individuals whose valid insights or warnings are consistently disregarded or disbelieved. It is an emotional journey of feeling unheard, isolated, and frustrated, impacting various aspects of life. In this program, we explore how to heal the toll of being dismissed despite having valuable perspectives, providing insights into the psychological and emotional dynamics of this unique syndrome. Typically, this syndrome is associated with the Neurotypical partner of someone that is Neurodivergent, but this phenomenon can occur in other various relationship dynamics.

Symptoms of Cassandra Syndrome:

  • Frustration and Disappointment: Consistent feelings of frustration and disappointment stemming from being disregarded or disbelieved despite offering valid insights or warnings.

  • Isolation and Alienation: Sense of isolation and alienation as others dismiss or ignore your perspectives, leading to a feeling of being misunderstood or unheard.

  • Self-Doubt and Low Self-Esteem: Development of self-doubt and questioning one's own judgment or worth due to repeated experiences of being dismissed.

  • Difficulty in Assertiveness: Struggling to assert oneself or communicate effectively, often due to the anticipation of being disregarded.

  • Emotional Distress: Experiencing emotional distress, anxiety, or frustration as a result of feeling consistently invalidated over time.

  • Impact on Relationships: Strained relationships or difficulties in forming connections with individuals who dismiss or invalidate your insights.

  • Valid Observations: Recognition of valid observations, insights, or warnings about various situations, behaviors, or outcomes.

  • Lack of Validation: Perceived lack of validation from others, despite the accuracy and relevance of your insights.

  • Communication Challenges: Difficulty in effectively communicating perspectives, needs, or concerns to others who may not readily accept or acknowledge them.

It's important to note that these symptoms may vary in intensity and can be influenced by the specific context in which an individual experiences Cassandra Syndrome.


Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome:

Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome delves into the complexities of relationships marked by emotional, psychological, or physical harm. It revolves around the repeated involvement in harmful dynamics, often characterized by abuse or dysfunction. Recognizing the cyclical nature of these relationships is crucial for breaking free from destructive patterns and prioritizing one's well-being. This program aims to offer guidance, support, and understanding for individuals navigating the challenges of these recurring and often distressing relationship patterns.


Whether you are seeking insights into Cassandra Syndrome, Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome, or both, our resources and discussions are tailored for your own personal goals and needs to foster healing, empowerment, and resilience in the face of complex relationship dynamics.


Join me on a journey of understanding, self-discovery, and the pursuit of healthier, more fulfilling relationships.

Symptoms of OTRS

  • Repetitive Relationship Patterns: Involvement in relationships characterized by repetitive emotional, psychological, or physical harm.

  • Cyclical Nature: Recognition of a cyclical pattern where harmful dynamics repeat, leading to a sense of being trapped in destructive relationship patterns.

  • Emotional Distress: Consistent emotional distress resulting from the impact of ongoing traumatic relationships on one's mental and emotional well-being.

  • Difficulty Setting Boundaries: Challenges in setting and maintaining healthy boundaries within relationships, contributing to the perpetuation of harmful patterns.

  • Difficulty Ending Relationships: Struggling to extricate oneself from harmful relationships despite the recognition of their negative impact.

  • Impact on Self-Esteem: Negative impact on self-esteem and self-worth due to the repetitive nature of harmful relationships.

  • Fear of Abandonment: Fear of being alone or abandoned, leading to the continuation of harmful relationships for fear of facing isolation.

  • Guilt or Shame: Feelings of guilt or shame associated with remaining in harmful relationships, often accompanied by self-blame.

  • Physical Symptoms: Manifestation of physical symptoms, such as stress-related health issues, as a result of ongoing traumatic relationship stressors.

  • Isolation from Support Systems: Isolation from friends or family who may offer support or intervention, contributing to a sense of powerlessness.


It's crucial to recognize that individuals may experience these symptoms to varying degrees, and seeking professional support is vital for navigating the challenges associated with Ongoing Traumatic Relationship Syndrome.

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