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Cognitive Techniques for Narcissistic Clients Need for Power & Control
6 CEUs Cognitive Techniques for your... Narcissistic Client's Need for Power & Control

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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. Do not add any spaces.
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Questions:
1. What are aspects of the ambivalence of feeling commonly found in narcissistic clients?
2. What are the degrees of narcissism?
3. What are aspects of the lack of feeling in narcissistic clients?
4. What are concepts related to a narcissistic client’s need for power and control?
5. What are aspects of a narcissistic client’s need for manipulation?
6. What are aspects of the narcissistic client’s need to control emotion and the connection to past traumatic experiences?
7. What are aspects of anger and its relation to the narcissistic client’s need for power and control?
Answers:
A.  Preventing humiliation; envy; and rage.
B.  Horror; the fear of insanity; and repression of feelings.
C.  Phallic narcissism; the narcissistic character; the borderline personality; and the psychopathic personality.
D.  The right to be angry; physical body restraint; and false anger.
E.  Overt denial; treatment of others; and suppression of emotion.
F.  Early childhood development; confidence vs. self-dissatisfaction; and altruism and manipulation.
G. Parental attention in early childhood; splitting of the identity; and seduction as power.

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Questions:
8. How does the DSM define the criteria for the diagnosis of narcissistic personality disorder?
9. How do overt and covert narcissistic tendencies manifest?
10. What are the events that Ronningstam outlined as potentially effecting change in narcissistic pathology?
11. How was Sandra a good match for Gary?
12. Why is reconceptualizing narcissism as a self-regulatory processing system significant?
13. What operations are key in understanding the narcissistic paradox?
14. What are suggested ways of dealing with a narcissist?
15. How does someone with high narcissistic qualities view of sex tend to contrast to someone with low narcissistic qualities? 
16. What is a major concern regarding the diagnosis of narcissism?
17. What traits have some professionals questioned regarding the diagnosis of a narcissistic personality disorder?
Answers:
A.  Overt narcissism is made obvious in tendencies toward grandiosity and exhibitionism. Covert narcissism appears instead as an interpersonal hypersensitivity and vulnerability.
B.  The high comorbidity with other mental disorders calls into question the validity of the narcissistic personality disorder diagnosis.
C. Although Gary had a narcissistic personality disorder, Sandra was basically a good match because of her more submissive caregiving personality.
D.  butter them up, let them be the center of attention, be clear on the Quid pro quo, don’t cross them, and keep a sense of humor.
E.  it is a self-regulatory processing system promises to resolve many of its apparent paradoxes, because by understanding how narcissistic cognition, affect, and motivation interrelate, their internal subjective logic and coherence come into focus.
F.  Isn’t it normal to fantasize unlimited success or power? Isn’t it normal to be envious of others? Isn’t it normal to lack empathy for some of the people you meet on a daily basis?
G.  corrective achievements, corrective disillusionments, and corrective relationships
H.  The operation of grandiosity and vulnerability
I.  it contain several maladaptive social behaviors and tendencies, volatile interpersonal experiences, and emotional lability.
J.  People with high narcissistic qualities see sexuality more in terms of power, influence and as something daring, in contrast to people with low narcissistic qualities who associated sex more with caring and love.


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