Whether it is a friend, a manager at work, someone in your family, an ex-lover, a politician, or perhaps even when it comes to considering yourself, we all have the experience of wondering, “Is that person a narcissist?”
However, do we really understand narcissism, its roots, its different forms and expressions, how it impacts us, and (most importantly) if and how it can be healed?
It is with the goal of better understanding narcissism that we have created this online summit. We believe that furthering the understanding of narcissism is one of the greatest psychological imperatives of our time and a necessary step if we are to heal the divisiveness of our time.
So what is narcissism, really? Does it exist on a spectrum? Is it a disease? Is there a cure? What do you do when you think there's a narcissist in your life? What is the relationship of narcissism to the spiritual journey? How do you know if you're a narcissist yourself?
This summit was created to help shed light on these very important questions and to clarify steps we can take to bring more compassion, skill, and wisdom into the conversation.
Over the course of 10 days, we'll meet with today's leading researchers, psychologists, mental health experts, spiritual teachers, and one incredibly inspiring high school student to learn about narcissism from as many different angles as possible.
We'll share practices, self-assessment tools, communication skills, and a wealth of empowering insights into this important and often perplexing subject.
Are you a therapist or health professional seeking the latest information to better serve your clients?
Are you or someone you know suffering the effects of narcissistic abuse?
Are you committed to cultivating greater self-awareness and empathy?
Everyone is welcome to our summit on Understanding Narcissism—because everyone is impacted by it.
We look forward to being with you and together making discoveries that help us move as individuals and a society from being “me-centered” to “we-centered.”
With gratitude on the journey,