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Weiss, Robert
The Art of Empathy: Understanding Narcissm and Addiction as Emotional Survival

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

For many addiction and psychotherapy treatment clients, behavioral addictions and problem personality concerns are in part the outgrowth of early attachment disruptions, parental narcissism and/or childhood emotional neglect. This presentation is organized to help professionals gain increased empathy and insight into how these early survival skills are actually dysfunctional adult attempts at emotional survival in a world that often feels internally chaotic and unwelcoming.

$12.95

Sex, Tech, Intimacy, Infidelity and Addiction

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Psychotherapy and addiction professionals report increased numbers of clients and their spouses seeking clinical help for problems related to online sexual and romantic behavior, as well as porn abuse ,smart-phone hook-ups and anonymous sex. This session is designed to provide both a solid overview of the problem and treatment of impulsive, compulsive and addictive sexual behavior problems as well as a clear description of how the various areas of evolving technology and social media are effecting intimate sexuality, fidelity, addiction and relationships.

$12.95