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Understanding and Working with Narcissism

Understanding and Working with Narcissism

Understanding and Working with Narcissism

Mr Brett Novick MS, LMFT, CSSW
Mr Brett Novick MS, LMFT, CSSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

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Launch date: 11 Feb 2018
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Last updated: 17 Nov 2020

Reference: 186969

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Denise Pflaumer-Capici (7 Sep 2020)
The length of the course is not as described - much longer. Some of the videos are not really for a peer to peer - i.e the first video explains in simple terms what NPD is for a client, not a therapist colleague.
Elaine Bonifacic (27 Aug 2020)
Overall I liked the course and found it helpful. Two of the videos did not work or are no longer available so this needs to be tweaked. The last question on the exam was poorly written, thus confusing. You need to re-write the question.
Alan Stowers (23 Aug 2020)
Ton of videos double length of course without being accounted for in CE hours. Otherwise an OK introduction to NPD.

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Description

Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder have shown a steady increase in the counseling office due to a number of factors. In this engaging course we will discuss what is narcissism, what is NPD and what is typical heightened levels of confidence. We will also explore as to what interventions may be best for addressing this challenging diagnosis as well as those that harbor narcissistic traits.

Objectives

Distinguishing Types of Narcissism
*Determining what may be clinically significant levels of narcissism as well as typical heightened levels of self-esteem.
*Distinguishing malignant narcissism, nonclinical traits, and NPD.
Developing Therapeutic Goals of those with NPD:
*Setting outcome based treatment goals for NPD.
*Looking at NPD case studies.
Stats and Facts of NPD
*Stats of NPD as well as facts.
*Comparison of personality disorders versus NPD.
* Statistics of all personality disorders based upon instruments and surveys.
What is NPD and What is Not:
* A look at differential diagnosis between NPD and other common personality disorders.
* The 3 categories of personality disorders.
Risk Factors for NPD:
* What are potential triggers for NPD.
*Symptomology for NPD.
*Potential causes for NPD.
Potential Issues for Those With NPD & Those Around Them:
*Potential issues for those with NPD.
*What others see in persons with NPD.
*NPD in relationships.
*What is it like to love someone with NPD.
*Marriage and family therapy with NPD.
Treatment Modalities for Those With NPD:
* Schema-based therapy for those with NPD.
*CBT as an intervention with NPD.
*Marriage and family therapy for families with those with NPD.
Mr Brett Novick MS, LMFT, CSSW

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Mr Brett Novick MS, LMFT, CSSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

Mr. Novick holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA and a Master's Degree in Family Therapy from Friends University in Wichita, KS as well as post degree work and certification in School Social Work from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ and in Educational Leadership. Mr. Novick is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and State Certified as a School Social Worker.

Mr. Novick has worked as a School Social Worker/Counselor for the last sixteen years and is an adjunct instructor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Additionally, he has been a licensed and Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, community mental health, and substance abuse settings over the last twenty years. Novick has supervised in family counseling, school counseling, and centers for abused and neglected children as well as adults with developmental disabilities.

He has also authored nationally and internationally articles in several national and international publications ranging from family therapy, to parenting a child with autism, to educational leadership.

Mr. Novick has authored three books Parents and Teachers Working Together and the Likeable, Effective, and Productive Educator, The Balanced Child: Teaching Children Social Skills & Character Building (due out later this year) all published by Rowman and Littlefield Publishers as well as a children’s book entitled Brain Bully: A Children’s Guide to Stinkin’ Thinkin’ published by Childswork/Childsplay and a companion game by the same title to be published in early 2018 as well as a book entitled Don't Marry a Lemon that is published by Train of Thought Press.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - State Board of Social Work Examiners
  • 1.00 Units
  • New York State Education Department Office of the Professions: Social Work
  • 1.00 Units
  • Rutgers University School of Social Work
  • 1.00 Units -
    Reference: Clinical

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User Reviews (17)

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Denise Pflaumer-Capici (7 Sep 2020)
The length of the course is not as described - much longer. Some of the videos are not really for a peer to peer - i.e the first video explains in simple terms what NPD is for a client, not a therapist colleague.
Elaine Bonifacic (27 Aug 2020)
Overall I liked the course and found it helpful. Two of the videos did not work or are no longer available so this needs to be tweaked. The last question on the exam was poorly written, thus confusing. You need to re-write the question.
Alan Stowers (23 Aug 2020)
Ton of videos double length of course without being accounted for in CE hours. Otherwise an OK introduction to NPD.
Jordan Feldman (4 Aug 2020)
not all the links to the videos worked
Kerry George (4 Aug 2020)
2 videos did not come up, other than that, interesting and informative
elizabeth youmans (26 Jul 2020)
A few of the videos were not accessible.
Dr Caroline Grossmann Ph.D., LCSW (25 Jul 2020)
There were 56 slices but only 49 could be downloaded and printed out. Excellent information but most of it was on the slides with only some added by the presenter.
Elise Oliver (15 Jul 2020)
First 2 videos not so good. Could not access third video.
Mrs Tola Ashianor (14 May 2020)
Very thorough but very long as well
Lynne Lyon (12 Feb 2020)
I found this course disappointing. The description of the disorder didn't offer much beyond what I learned in grad school. 2 out of 4 youtube videos were not available. There were many grammar mistakes on the slides, and the presenter didn't pronounce Kohut correctly. However, the section on treatment was illuminating.
Dominic Nagle (16 Aug 2018)
Useful information
Ms Diane Sylvia LCSW,CDVC (23 Jun 2018)
Very difficult subject.
Ms Susan Devlin (19 Jun 2018)
Some of the technology did not work such as videos that did not play.
Victoria Stevenson (10 Apr 2018)
Easy to navigate and the information was very helpful and thorough.
Gary Depice (28 Mar 2018)
The follow-up questions were not helpful in relation to the presentation.
Nancy Lukas (22 Mar 2018)
pertinent
Mrs Katherine Metzger (6 Mar 2018)
This presentation included a lot of great information!

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