Printer Friendly Copy
Emotional Manipulation: Understanding Manipulators and Helping Their Victims
Cross Country Education/VYNE
Discipline(s): Counseling / Social Work / Psychology
Registration Fee: $179
Discuss a working definition of emotional manipulation.
Identify the Ten Types of Emotional Manipulators.
Identify the Tools of Emotional Manipulators.
Recognize the magical thoughts of Emotional Manipulators.
Explore Emotional Manipulators effective use of shame, blame and doubt with their victims.
Learn how to support and advise their victims on untangling from emotional manipulation.
• Marriage and Family Therapists
• Social Workers
• Case Managers
• Probation Officers
• Juvenile Justice Officers
• Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners
• Mental Health Nurses
• Substance Abuse Counselors
• School Psychologists
• School Social Workers
Receive unlimited access from the time of purchase through completion and submission of the online exam. Once the exam is taken the seminar will be available for 30 days before course access expires.
CE Information: Click on the "purchase" button for CEU details.
Behind the Mask of Manipulation
Emotional manipulation penetrates almost every disorder and complicates many lives and relationships. People who use emotional manipulation hide beneath the mask of love, concern, dedication, and friendship, while using guilt, button-pushing, subtle anger, and many types of covert ploys to keep their victims in place, getting their victims to do whatever they want. The words of Emotional Manipulators have multiple meanings hiding their true and scheming motives. They carefully maneuver between that fine balance of skimpily giving to others but getting so much more. They are masters of getting others to believe they are doing everything for them while hiding their "what?s in it for me" motives. They carefully craft every sentence with their own selfish needs hidden between each word.
This seminar is a thorough investigation into the various types of emotional manipulation commonly associated with disorders such as antisocial personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, and borderline personality disorder. Although many people are excellent emotional manipulators, they are not personality disordered. However, research finds that emotional manipulation is also utilized by abusers and their victims; sex offenders; and even bosses who emotionally manipulate their employees! Additionally, this dynamic is often found in the home when children and adult-children emotionally manipulate their parents, or parents emotionally manipulate their children. This program focuses on helping mental health care professionals recognize these individuals and begin intervention with their victims to minimize their destructive behavior. Participants will learn what drives Emotional Manipulators; the vulnerable thoughts of their victims; and how Emotional Manipulators continually manipulate their victims. Most importantly, professionals will discover how to help victims develop coping techniques to lessen the impact of emotional manipulation. At the end of the day, attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of Emotional Manipulators, their victims, and methods to assist these individuals in disengaging from unhealthy communication.
Dates and Locations
01-01-2020 - 01-01-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM