Join us for this Masterclass facilitated by one of ASB members, Maynard Wong! This is a comprehensive, intensive workshop designed to equip therapists with essential knowledge and techniques to support their clients dealing with narcissistic abuse.
During this intensive, we will delve into the complex dynamics of narcissism, and its impact on victims, and provide practical tips and signs to watch out for. You will gain insights into the various types of narcissistic patterns and understand the underlying factors that contribute to the development of narcissistic behaviour.
Through interactive sessions and case studies, you will explore the stages of a narcissistic relationship and how victims respond to the mind control tactics employed by narcissists. We will delve into the emotional and cognitive effects on victims and examine the reasons why individuals find themselves trapped in these toxic relationships.
Our expert facilitator will guide you through effective techniques to empower clients who choose to stay or leave a narcissistic relationship. You will learn about support group dynamics, strategies to garner support from friends and family, and the implementation of an in-depth narcissistic therapy checklist to aid your assessment and guide your therapeutic interventions.
This workshop offers a unique opportunity to connect with fellow therapists, share experiences, and gain valuable insights into this intricate field. Don’t miss this chance to enhance your skills and make a meaningful impact on the lives of your clients.
Secure your spot today for “The Narcissistic Mind Control for Therapists Intensive” and embark on a transformative learning journey.
**Tickets are by donation, and all proceeds will be given to the facilitator.**
Maynard is a therapeutic coach and founder of The Butterfly Effect Alchemy, a method that blends the tools and goals in coaching with therapy to break Toxic Loops and see success in clients. His specialisation is in dealing with toxic relationships and patterns with over 3 years in the field. He provides tools for clients to cope with toxic situations, and support their decisions in staying, leaving, and going back into dating.