The cultural and systemic effects of narcissism are deep and widespread — and it starts with people. In this pre-recorded workshop, Doug Hansen, MSW, focuses on clinical dynamics of narcissism—including identifying characteristics and symptomatology of narcissism, recognizing developmental trajectories that lead to narcissism, developing awareness of the psychotherapist’s own vulnerabilities to narcissistic behavior, and exploring a therapeutic approach that can lead to the growth and healing for the narcissistic client. Though geared toward clinicians, this workshop is open to the public, offering valuable insight through lecture and discussion.
Workshops will be hosted around the country at Alumni Chapters. Content will be split into three segments with discussion between, led by the Alumni Chapter Facilitator. Visit our Alumni page to find a Chapter near you.
Doug Hansen, MSW, ACSW, LICSW, BCD, is a relational psychoanalyst in private practice in Edmonds, Washington. He is a Washington State Approved Supervisor and an adjunct professor at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology and Seattle University. He is a founding member of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy of Seattle.