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Toxic Relationship Support Group – Boundaries of Steel

We are accepting requests to join groups beginning in mid April, 2021 – please inquire soon – these groups are almost full!

This toxic relationship support group is for people who are in a relationship with a person with qualities that you might consider toxic, narcissistic, abusive, or harmful; or who have been in the past.  We hope to help you strengthen your self and your relationship skills, and we’ve called it Boundaries of Steel.  That is possibly the most important skill you need – strong boundaries.

Along with talking about all kinds of things related to boundaries, we discuss topics such as:

  • Healthy versus unhealthy relationships
  • Attachment styles
  • Family of origin issues
  • Understanding, forgiving, and healing your self
  • Manipulation “techniques” (and why they do that)
  • Covert narcissism and other characteristics that get in the way of being healthy together
  • How it got like this, and how to keep from getting in a similar relationship again
  • Grief – the loss of what the relationship should have been, among other losses
  • Healing trauma bonds
  • Realistic expectations for the future if you stay in this relationship

We know this is a hard situation to deal with!  Let’s help each other figure it out.


You’ll be part of a group of people who have had similar experiences, who will be able to support you the best anyone can, because they will have true knowledge of what you are or have been experiencing.  Sharing each others’ stories and support in these groups is absolutely priceless.  

You’ll learn valuable skills, both from the counselor and from each other, as well as sharing your own skills and knowledge.

Please join us!

You receive the book shown below at a discounted rate when you join the group, you can also click the image below to get the book now!
Boundaries of Steel Book


Please click here to submit a request to join, we will schedule an intake meeting to discuss the details of the group and determine whether it is a good fit for you.  We welcome these requests at any time: day, night, weekend, or holiday. We usually respond to these requests Monday through Thursday though, during usual business hours, so there could be a delay in getting a response from us.  If you don’t hear from any of us within 48 business hours, something went wrong and we would appreciate it if you would contact us again!

Groups are conducted by either Traci Hart (Licensed Professional Counselor), Cathy Wilson (Licensed Professional Counselor and the LifePaths Director), and at times additional groups may be added that are provided by one of our other counselors.

Groups meet weekly at the LifePaths Littleton location for seven weeks.  (Note: temporarily on TeleHealth due to COVID-19).   Group days/times:

  • Wednesdays, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Wednesdays, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Start date: Next available group start dates are planned for April, 2021 – these will be via TeleHealth to start with the option to potentially switch to in person meetings after the group has begun.

Location:  TeleHealth and/or 6901 S. Pierce St., Littleton, CO 80128 – Suite 350


Requirements:  You must remain active in individual counseling during your attendance with the group and we ask that you commit to attend at least six of the group sessions.

Please get in touch soon – groups are filling up quickly!

There are two changes in the works right now for these groups:

  1. We are tracking interest in groups that are four weeks long instead of seven, and focused on healing and future relationships, for those of you who have left the relationship that was so toxic.  Please let us know if you are interested in this group.
  2. The workbook and the group are currently designed with a focus on intimate partner relationships. The concepts can easily be applied to other types of relationships, however, and we are tracking interest in a group that will be for people in other types of relationships that are toxic such as with a child, a parent, a friend, a boss, etc.  Please let us know if you are interested in this type of group.

***Clarification about narcissism and narcissistic qualities: although the word narcissist is used on this webpage, it is not meant to imply in any way that we diagnose anyone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder without having an appropriate clinical relationship with that person.  We have purposely used wording such as “narcissistic qualities” to make the distinction that we are referring to specific behaviors and not a mental health diagnosis.