Narcissism and its Aftermath: Healing from Others’ Self-Centeredness
How does narcissistic abuse change and impact us? And, most importantly, how do we find our way back to a sense of wholeness after the fracturing experience of spending years with a parent or spouse with narcissism? Join Sarah for an exploration of the latest relational neuroscience on narcissism and healing.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
The hardest thing about having a parent or a spouse who sees no one else but themselves (the condition commonly called narcissism) is that it fractures us. The experience of only being seen as a means to an end, or as a function, breaks us into millions of tiny pieces and we lose our wholeness. How do we recover? Or at least gain solid ground? When we have an understanding of what our brains need, and the ways that narcissism results in emotional starvation, we are able to bring more self-compassion and self-understanding.
Join Sarah Peyton for a 90 minute exploration of the latest relational neuroscience on narcissism and healing.
- This is an online zoom webinar that runs for 90-minutes with an optional 30 min Q&A.
- Purchase includes invitation to the live webinar and post-webinar access to access the recording + slides. The slides include research citations where relevant.
- This webinar is the March meeting of Sarah’s 2023 Neuroscience and Resonance monthly series.
- We are delighted to offer 1.5 CEU hours for psychologists and social workers for this course ($12 additional fee).
- Chicago Counseling Associates has been approved by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation to sponsor continuing education for social workers and psychologists. CCA maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Live attendance is required to receive CEUs.