About Us

Mission & Purpose
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
Swiss Psychoanalyst

Mission: What We Do

The Mission of Poisonous People, LLC is to provide alternative perspectives on self and relationships.

We recognize that we cannot change others, but we can change ourselves.  We serve those who wish to improve their relationships by becoming better people. 

We accomplish this goal by offering free and paid courses to the general public.

Purpose: Why We're Here

Toxic people are the worst! We want to avoid interactions with them as much as possible, but more importantly, we want to avoid becoming them.

We believe relationships break down because all people are toxic. Each of us has been hurt by someone, and each one of us has hurt someone. Our purpose is to help people learn from their past hurts and to stop the cycle of pain moving forward. 
"A truly therapeutic procedure cannot have less an objective than the whole of mankind."
Founder of Psychodrama

Vision: Where We're Going

It's a lofty goal, but we aim to reach as many people as humanly possible! 

Many of us can remember a time when people were civil, kind, and empathetic to one another.  Those days are gone, but we hope to bring them back.

When we consider how far we have degenerated as a society, we can see that true healing needs to take place on a macro level.  We can only achieve this one person at a time.  Change begins with the person in the mirror.

Values: What We Stand For

Respect: We empathize with others.  We don't have to like everyone, but we treat others as we would want to be treated.  We believe in the importance of maintaining respect for ourselves, especially when we are denied respect from others.

Responsibility: Accurate assignment of responsibility leads to clear boundaries. We don't accept responsibility that isn't ours, and we don't put our own responsibility onto others.

Courage: We stand up to our fears, especially the fear of what others may think.

Critical Thinking:  We draw upon various sources of knowledge to form our beliefs.  We do not form opinions based on emotions.  We can accept or reject ideas without becoming angry or upset that others do not agree.