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NAR - Cognitive Techniques for Narcissistic Clients Need for Power & Control Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:

1.1 What is narcissism on a basic level?
1.2 Why do narcissists strive to maintain an image of what they believe to be the socially exceptional standard of society?
1.3 Narcissists will describe themselves as wanting to serve ‘the greater good’, but in what context do they speak of themselves?
2.1 What are two important concepts of phallic-narcissism?
3.1 What is the ‘Letting Go’ technique?
4.1 How may clients learn that they can control their own rage against other people?
5.1 What technique involves defining others by what they wished to be defined by, in other words, making others become more human?
6.1 How may clients avoid the resulting mental confusion (insanity)?
7.1 What are some physical examples that may indicate suppression of anger?
Answers:

A. They depend on the positive assessment of others
B. A control of emotional expression, interpretation, and communication
C. It underlines the intimate connection between narcissism and sexuality as well as describes a relatively healthy character type, in whom the narcissistic element is at a minimum
D. As an instrument of the greater good
E. By accepting and recognizing that they are indeed in control of their own environment
F. Involves prescribing certain physical and stress-relieving activities in order to counteract the muscle restriction they have developed over the years
G. Tense shoulders or short and constrained hand movements
H. The ‘Respect Over Control’ technique
I. The client must dissociate and deny all feelings connected with the experience

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Questions:

8.1 According to the APA, what is a hallmark trait of narcissism?
9.1 According to Milon, how did he describe Narcissists?
9.2 What does the need for autonomy reflect?
10.1 What is a defense against deficiencies in self-esteem that clients have, and the conviction that others do not value them?
12.1 What is the ultimate ‘narcissistic paradox’?
14.1 According to Keith Campbell, what would narcissists say after participating in a task with a pair that was rigged to fail?
14.2 What are characteristics of sub-clinical narcissists?
15.1 Why do narcissists often make a good first impression?
15.2 What age group does narcissism peak at?
17.1 According to DSM-IV’s introduction, why may Applying Personality Disorder criteria across cultural settings be difficult?
Answers:

A. Having a deficient social conscience in which they are indifferent to the rights of others and possess a careless disregard for personal integrity
B. Emotional liability in response to negative social interactions
C. Narcissistic grandiosity
D. An individual's desire for independence and self-direction
E. 'It's totally the other person's fault.'
F. As narcissists yearn and reach for self-affirmation, they destroy the very relationships on which they are dependent
G. Because of strong social skills that make them appear charming, and sometimes even empathetic
H. They are happy, less likely to be depressed, sad or anxious, and rate their subjective well-being more highly; they're less reactive to stress, and recover more rapidly from it
I. Because of the wide cultural variation in concepts of self, styles of communication, and coping mechanisms’
J. About 15 or 16 years old

 
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