Lovefraud Continuing Education will feature a webinar on Monday, February 13, called, Understanding and recognizing narcissistic abuse.
The two-hour program will be presented by Tiffany Kettermann, LPC, and is geared towards mental health professionals. Psychologists and social workers can earn two continuing education credits.
But I think anyone who has been involved with a narcissist or sociopath, and wants to understand what happened, can benefit from this program. If you grew up with a narcissistic parent, or have children with a narcissistic partner or former partner, you will be especially interested in Tiffany’s explanation of how narcissists affect family dynamics.
Here are more webinar highlights:
- What exactly do we mean by narcissistic abuse?
- The narcissistic abuse cycle, and how it differs from the domestic violence cycle
- Family dynamics when one parent is narcissistic
- Tactics of narcissistic abuse: gaslighting, projection and rage
- The impacts of narcissistic abuse on the victim
Tiffany describes the clusters of symptoms that people who have endured narcissistic abuse typically have — chronic fight or flight symptoms, disassociation, hypervigilance, appearance of paranoia, complex PTSD. If you have these symptoms, you’re not crazy — you’re suffering the results of narcissistic abuse.
Understanding and recognizing narcissistic abuse
Monday, February 13, 2017 • 7-9 pm ET • $49
More information and sign up here
If you can’t make Monday’s live presentation, a recording of the webinar will be available on demand afterwards.