Protecting Ourselves from People and Patterns that Harm Us
Narcissism has become a bit of a buzzword not only in mental health settings, but also in our day-to-day lives. We flippantly label anyone who is vain, self-centered, or egotistical a narcissist. But what is narcissist, really? What are the effects of being in a relationship with someone with this personality disorder? And how do we navigate potentially harmful people or patterns in healthy ways?
Identifying Narcissism explores all this and more and along the way invite you to lean in with the clarity, confidence, and compassion needed to identify the harmful patterns and find the support you deserve.
When you sign up for this emotional health master class, you will receive:
40+ minutes of clinical expertise
Interactive learning environment
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Onsite's digital course on narcissism was relevant, insightful, and equipped me to overcome patterns that kept me trapped. I ended the course feeling released, empowered, and lighter. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
— Anna, Identifying Narcissism Alumni
When we find ourselves in relationships with a narcissist—whether it be a parent, a partner, an employer, or a friend—we can unknowingly and over time abandon ourselves in pursuit of the other person’s affection and attention.
But there is a way back to yourself!
Identifying Narcissism will help you identify destructive behaviors, name and acknowledge the pain and effects from being in relationship with a narcissist, learn to set healthy boundaries, and surround yourself with the support you need.
An interactive online environment and a correlating community of like-minded individuals
40+ minutes of video teaching from our world-class team of emotional health experts
50+ page workbook to process, reflect on and track your journey
By the end of this class you will be able to...
Describe the difference between the common usage of the term "narcissism" and its more formal definition as a personality disorder.
Identify the emotional signs and common traits of narcissistic relationships.
Apply your knowledge to craft decisions around maintaining or eliminating relationships with a narcissist.Identify the difference between emotions and feelings.
Cindy Westcott currently serves as the Senior Clinical Advisor of Onsite. With over 30 years as a licensed clinical social worker, Cindy specializes in treatment for grief, stress, and trauma. Her experience includes more than 22 years in private practice as founder of The Psychological Trauma and Wellness Center of Memphis. Additionally, she has developed and facilitated specialty programs for the treatment of complicated grief and PTSD.
Identifying Narcissism is a digital emotional health class brought to you by Onsite that will guide you in understanding what narcissism is and what it isn’t, what to expect in a relationship with a narcissistic person, and how to begin to recover your sense of self and heal from the damaging parts of that relationship.
This accessible digital class includes over 60+ minutes of clinical expertise and an interactive workbook designed to ground, unpack, and apply the concepts to your everyday life.
Is this class a replacement for therapy?
This class is not intended to provide therapy or be a replacement for any therapeutic involvement of a participant in the course. While the guide providing instruction is a licensed therapist in their respective state, they are not providing therapy in this course. By registering for Identifying Narcissism you are agreeing that no therapist/client relationship is being formed between you and the guide providing instruction in the class or between you and Onsite Workshops.
Who teaches the class?
Identifying Narcissism is taught by Cindy Westcott, LCSW. With over 30 years as a licensed clinical social worker, Cindy specializes in treatment for grief, stress, and trauma. Her experience includes more than 22 years in private practice as founder of The Psychological Trauma and Wellness Center of Memphis. Additionally, she has developed and facilitated specialty programs for the treatment of complicated grief and PTSD.
Will I be in contact 1 on 1 with the clinical team?
While you will not be in direct contact with Onsite's Clinical Team, you can interact with other participants through the comment function and by accessing Onsite's exclusive new community platform.
We know that healing happens in community and the healing connections of Onsite are translating into this digital course. You can walk through this alongside others on the same journey.
Who is it for?
Identifying Narcissism is for anyone who finds themselves in a relationship with a narcissist—whether it be a parent, a partner, an employer, or a friend.
Can I purchase this class for a group or organization?
If you're interested in purchasing this for your organization, corporation or group, we'd love to connect to discuss how we can further support you in this effort.