This course can only be attended after you have completed the Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse for Therapists course.
Narcissistic Abuse in families is an important topic for therapists to understand. With narcissism becoming a buzz word for those whom are perhaps arrogant and abusive, the actual impact of a narcissistic parent is so damaging, it’s vital therapists are able to recognise and understand how a client from such a parent might respond.
The course approaches the issue by first understanding the jargon and colloquialisms, then looks at building a secure attachment style for the client using the therapeutic relationship.
This course will cover:
•What the narcissistic parent looks like
•The Family Roles – Experience and Impact
•Looking at Narcissistic Traits in Context
•Looking at Emotional Abuse in Context
•Knowing our own prejudices
•Understanding The Complementary Moral Defence
•Recognising it in the room•Introducing the idea to a client
•The importance and implication of Attachment styles
•Working with it therapeutically
Narcissistic Abuse in Families for Therapists – Newport 23/3/20
Stow Park Community Hall 10am -4.30pm Refund Policy: There will be no refund for cancellations made within 21 days of the course, and cancellations made beforehand will incur a 10% handling charge. However, places are transferrable provided we are given the full name and contact information of the person you are transferring to.