In this workshop we'll look at such things as:
• How to recognise the difference between healthy narcissism and pathological narcissism.
• What attracts a narcissist to their prey?
• How to recognise pathological narcissistic behaviours early in a relationship.
• Why narcissists need victims as "narcissistic supply"?
• How the "Dark Triad" will help you understand the different levels of narcissistic behavior.
• The effects of narcissistic abuse on the victim.
• Understand the significant effects of being raised by and/or being in a close relationship with a narcissist (in the home, workplace, friendships, etc.).
• Why therapists need to understand narcissistic abuse.
• Plus much more....
What Will I Learn From This Recorded Workshop?
Get a real understanding of the behaviours associated with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD).
Go beyond the limited 9 Criteria of NPD as laid down in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).
Learn 20 “Red Flag Warning Signs” that signal victimisation.
Profile the characteristics of the Dark Triad Personalities: 1. The Narcissist (Classical Narcissism), 2. The Malignant Narcissist (Machiavellianism), and 3. The Psychopath (Psychopathy).
Understand how narcissists use seduction and manipulation to groom and “hook” their victims.
4 Video Modules that will help you understand narcissism
Part 1 (Module 1)
Duration: 1h 06m
- Gives an overview of the DSM's 9 criteria of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
- Provides an understanding as to why narcissists needs a constant source of "narcissistic supply".
Part 3 (Module 3)
Duration: 1 h
- The Dark Triad: Understanding the three distinct constructs of personality that may overlap (Narcissism, Machiavellianism, and Psychopathy).
- Introduction to Hare’s Psychopathy Checklist (a psychological assessment tool used to assess the presence of psychopathy in individuals).
Part 2 (Module 2)
- Q&A: A group discussion where Christine answers questions raised around the 9 criteria of NPD (i.e. Grandiosity, Specialness, Power, Attention, Entitlement, Exploitativeness, Lack of empathy, Envy, Arrogance, etc.).
Part 4 (Module 4)
Spotting the Three Faces of Evil – which all come in measurable dimensions.
- A) PROFILE OF A NARCISSIST: The First Face of Evil
- B) PROFILE OF A MALIGNANT NARCISSIST: The Second Face of Evil
- C) PROFILE OF A PSYCHOPATH: The Third Face of Evil
Modules Are In Video & MP3 Format & Can Be Downloaded Or Streamed. A Manual Is Also Included
Please Note That Video Files Are Large. Please Ensure You Have Sufficient Disk Space Or Bandwidth
After Buying You Will Receive
After Buying You Will Receive
4+ Hours Of Video Content That Can Be Downloaded And/Or Streamed
4+ Hours Of Audio MP3 Content For Those Who Prefer To Listen Only.
A Downloadable Manual That Includes Slides and Explanations.
Is this Workshop Right for You?
WHO THIS IS FOR?
- This workshop has been designed for anyone dealing with the fallout of narcissistic abuse (i.e. counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, trainee counsellors, doctors, police, social workers, and victims, etc.).
- These workshops have been attended by many victims wishing to develop their knowledge and understanding of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) and narcissistic victim abuse.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:
How do I purchase the workshop?
Click on the buy now button and enter your payment details. Add your email address and create a password. You will then be given access to the workshop materials. Payment is made on a secure payment system with gumroad.com.
How long do I have access to the workshop?
You can download the workshop and have permanent access. You'll also be able to watch it online (stream) for 6 months.
Is this workshop for anyone or just for therapists?
Although originally aimed at therapists, a lot of non therapists attended the workshop and the feedback I got from them was it helped them understand the behaviours they had experienced and was very useful and informative.
How can I get in contact if I have any questions?
You can contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org