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The Charismatic Power of the Traumatizing Narcissist
– by Daniel Shaw, LCSW, Private Practice
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018, @3:15 pm - 4:10 pm
This presentation explores the means by which charismatic narcissists gain control over followers, and the reasons why they seek domination. Shaw's work on traumatic narcissism has focused on individuals in dyadic relationships, but it was the study of cults that was the original impetus for his conceptualization of the traumatizing narcissist's relational system of subjugation. Observation of political leaders and their followers provides numerous examples of cult-like dynamics, which will be analyzed through the lens of the phenomena of traumatic narcissism.
At the end of this educational activity, its participants will be able to:
1) identify the traumatizing characteristics of narcissism that link to the formation of the authoritarian personality;
2) summarize the characteristics of the traumatizing narcissist and the developmental genesis of these characteristics;
3) utilize clinical interventions with clients suffering narcissistic abuse that facilitate the restoration and consolidation of an authentic sense of self.
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Bio of the Presenter:
Daniel Shaw, LCSW, is a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City and in Nyack, NY, and the Faculty and Supervisor at the national Institute for the Psychotherapies in NY. His papers have appeared in Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, and Psychoanalytic Dialogues. His book, Traumatic narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation was published by Routledge, within the Relational Perspectives series.
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