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From Narcissistic Self Investment to Development of Self-lessness

From Narcissistic Self Investment to Development of Self-lessness

Eng-Kong Tan presents “From Narcissistic Self Investment to Development of Self-lessness”. Eng-Kong describes what makes sense for him as a clinician from analytic theories in the development of a narcissistic personality disorder. He will then attempt to delineate what works and what obstructs progress in therapy for narcissistic disorders from his clinical work. He refers to the Buddhist teachings and practices he has found useful for the therapeutic dyad working in this challenging area.

Speakers: Dr Eng-Kong Tan
Conference: AABCAP 2018

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