(Previously Recorded) NARCISSISTS: The Arrogant Players of Divorce 2 part series

(Previously Recorded) NARCISSISTS: The Arrogant Players of Divorce 2 part series


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Presented by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., Training Director and co-founder of High Conflict Institute

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Narcissists: The Arrogant Players of Divorce

Narcissists have a drive to appear superior, often by putting down their spouses, by using their children to help them “win,” by demanding special treatment, and by being charming and persuasive with professionals. They can be very arrogant and may use the court and negotiation processes to demonstrate their self-perceived superiority.   

Webinar Series Outline

Previously Recorded Part 1: February 12th, 2019 12:00 pm PST*

Understanding Narcissists in Family Law Cases

This webinar will provide basic information about narcissistic personality disorder, as well as common ways that narcissists manipulate professionals and blame them for their own failures. They often have predictable parenting behavior problems. Their common court and negotiation behaviors will be addressed, as well as ways to spot them early in a case.  

Previously Recorded Part 2: February 26th, 2019 12:00pm PST*

Dealing with Narcissists in Family Law Cases

This webinar will address ways of managing narcissists as clients and as opposing parties, in family court and in negotiations. The problem of dealing with narcissistic professionals will be included. Case examples will be provided of dealing with narcissists in and out of court. 


50 minutes - lecture
10 minutes - live Q & A

Webinar Details

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High Conflict Institute is an approved provider of California Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE). This course qualifies for non-participatory "self study" MCLE for California attorneys for 1.0 general MCLE and does not count for special credit in any subject matter or required topic. No CE/CEU credits are available.