Surviving the Narcissist
What you'll learn
- Personal Growth
- Narcissistic Traits
- Setting Boundaries
- Asking For What you Want
- Emotional Health
- Mental Health Support
- Letting Go
- Emotional Intelligence
This course offers a one-hour webinar with five additional support videos on how to turn your life around after surviving a narcissistic parent or partner. You will learn what a narcissistic person looks like – not the diagnosis but what traits you might see in either a parent or a partner. You will gain skills for rebuilding your sense of self and what might get in the way of moving forward. We will talk about setting boundaries and asking for what you want. We will also talk about triggers that keep you stuck. There is a guided meditation we will do with a writing exercise along with a homework video to explain everything I am offering you.
It is helpful if you have already left the relationship and are ready to move forward. With a parent, you are going to have them in your life no matter what and these skills will help you to be able to be with them without being the scapegoat. It is not easy but with practice and patience you will find you are able to be in the room with this person in a more peaceful and diplomatic way.
While this is a mini-course, these skills will help you to get started and begin practicing the tools being offered here in your life. I hope to offer more courses here in the future.
Bonus Material: Added 12/25/22 How to have a Healthy Relationship After a Narcissist.
Who this course is for:
- Survivors of Narcissistic Parents or Partners
- Psychology Students who want to know more about narcissistic people
- Professionals who want to learn more about survivors of narcissists
- How to have a healthy relationship after a narcissist
Jeannine Vegh, M.A., I.M.F.T. is an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, in Columbus, Ohio. While, she grew up in Ohio all her education and training took place in California; where she lived for 30 years. It was there that she received her graduate degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Somatic Psychology, from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill. Previously, she had received two undergraduate degrees. This includes a Bachelor of Arts from Antioch University in Santa Barbara and an Associate of Arts from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Ms. Vegh has worked in the field of psychotherapy or social work since 1998. She returned to Ohio in 2010 and opened her private practice in 2012. She specializes in working with couples; using the Gottman Method Couples Therapy treatment model. With individuals, she specializes in Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD. Ms. Vegh has developed a niche in working with survivors of narcissistic abuse.