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Lovefraud Continuing Education

Webinar for counselors: How to recognize and help clients caught in exploitative relationships, with Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW

Does your client’s romantic partner “seem too good to be true?” It may be a warning sign of possible antisocial, narcissistic or other personality disorders. Learn how these individuals seduce their targets, what it means for the relationship, and how to help a client who has been deceived and betrayed.

Upcoming webinar

Love and Exploitation:

Presented by Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHt

  • Part 1: Recognizing the exploitative relationship and its impact on the intimate partner Friday, July 22, 1-3 p.m. Eastern.

Therapists: What you need to know about Love and Exploitation

 

Angry couple 320x240If you’re a therapist, what did you learn about people with personality disorders? When you were in training, did any instructor ever warn you that clients especially clients in couples therapy would walk into your office with a hidden agenda?

Probably not.

“Therapists are taught to believe that people have the ability to change,” says Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHt. “Therapists are taught to look at the person in the most positive way, and that if people want to change, they can change. So they don’t recognize that there are some people who just will not change.”

FREE e-book with the purchase of any Lovefraud CE course!

All 3 Lovefraud books

With any purchase of a Lovefraud CE course, you get one of Donna Andersen’s ebooks, sold for $9.99 on Amazon, absolutely FREE! This offer applies to on-demand self-study courses, and to upcoming webinars. See details below.

On Demand courses

If you need to understand personality disorders right now, five Lovefraud CE courses are now available on demand. Just sign up, and you can view them immediately.

The Basics: Love Fraud and How to Avoid It

The Five Step Exit for Survivors: Tools you need to leave a psychopath, narcissist, or other toxic partner

Sociopathic Seduction: How you got hooked and why you stayed

Escaping the Sociopath and Rebuilding Your Life

 

Escaping the sociopathPerhaps you now know that you’re involved with a sociopath or other disordered individual. You’ve been Googling “sociopath” “psychopath” and “narcissist” like crazy, and found that a lot of what you read matches the behavior that you see.

So now what? What do you do?

That’s what I will explain in Part 3 of the Lovefraud Recovery Series. The webinar takes place Thursday, June 30, at 8 pm Eastern time.

Escaping the Sociopath and Rebuilding Your Life

Here is some of what I will explain:

  • What NOT to do when you learn of your partner’s betrayal

How to help children who are at risk of becoming sociopaths

Happy African American Father and Mixed Race Son Playing PiggybaOne of the worst things about sociopathy is that it is highly genetic. That means everyone who has children with a sociopath must face a hard truth: Their children are also at risk of becoming sociopaths.

But genetics are not carved in stone, and just because children are at risk does not mean they are doomed to develop personality disorders.

Starting in September, Lovefraud Continuing Education presents a series of four webinars designed to teach mental health professionals how to help clients who have children at risk for externalizing disorders. (Externalizing disorders are mental disorders characterized by negative behaviors directed towards a person’s external environment, such as towards other people.)

How to recover from a sociopathic partner

 

If you’ve discovered that your partner is an exploiter, and you don’t know what to think and what to do well, I totally understand. I’ve been there.

That’s why I developed the Lovefraud Recovery Series. These three webinars, each one hour long, will help you comprehend what you are dealing with and figure out how to move forward:

June 16 – Sociopathic Seduction: How you got hooked and why you stayed (If you missed it, watch the recording)

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Courses this week: 5 Step Exit for professionals, Sociopathic Seduction

 

Attractive couple not talking on the couch at home in the livingFor mental health professionals

The Five Step Exit: Tools you need to help clients leave a psychopath, narcissist or other toxic partner

If your client is in an exploitative or abusive relationship, use this structured, five step model to help him or her escape. Prepare your client to develop a support team, ensure personal safety, and respond appropriately to pushback from the partner.

Date and time: Wednesday, June 15, 2-4 p.m. Eastern

Instructor: Amber Ault, Ph.D., MSW

Fee: $49 includes 6 months access after purchase

Credits 2 continuing education credits available

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Therapists: Here’s how to help clients leave a toxic relationship

 

Psychologist's AnalysisClients may know that they are unhappy, anxious and depressed because of their relationships, but they can’t seem to leave. In fact, they become confused just by thinking about leaving. How can you best serve them?

The Five Step Exit model will help.

This program, developed by Dr. Amber Ault, is specifically designed to help you help clients in a structured fashion. You guide them to evaluate their circumstances, create an exit strategy, put together a support team, move forward with the plan, and then reclaim their lives.

Online webinar series: How to recover from a relationship with a sociopath

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If you’re like most people who find Lovefraud, you’ve already tangled with a sociopath and want to know how to escape and recover.

That’s exactly what I explain in my upcoming Lovefraud CE program. I’ll be teaching three one-hour webinars:

  • June 16 – Sociopathic Seduction: How you got hooked and why you stayed
  • June 23 – What Did They Want? Psychopaths, antisocials and other exploiters in romantic relationships
  • June 30 – Escaping the Sociopath and Rebuilding Your Life

The Five Step Exit – Dr. Amber Ault talks about how her Lovefraud CE online courses will help you decide what to do

If you’re involved in a toxic relationship, how do you get out? Or, if you’re a therapist treating a client who is in toxic relationship, how do you help them decide what to do? And if they decide to leave, how do you support them?

Amber Ault, Ph.D., MSW, offers practical and realistic advice in two webinars based on her book, ‘The Five Step Exit The skills you need to leave a narcissist, psychopath or other toxic partner and recover you happiness now.’


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