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Become fully confident in working with survivors of narcissistic abuse and antagonistic relationships through this exclusive, state-of-the-art online program

Join Dr. Ramani Durvasula, Psychologist, Author, and the world's most highly recognized expert
on the topic of narcissistic abuse/antagonistic relational stress

Working with clients experiencing narcissistic abuse and antagonistic relationships is unlike other clinical issues that will show up in our offices because of the complexity and misconceptions...

... and there are many factors to consider, including the nature of the relationship, the length and impact of the abuse, the status of the relationship, the welfare of children and family, and the potential legal and financial fallout.

As therapists, if we don't provide the right guidance, there's a good chance that clients will experience ongoing negative mental health impacts.

For these cases, it's crucial that you have a framework that's designed to navigate the unique challenges for your clients who are in relationships with people who have narcissistic and antagonistic personality styles.

That's why we're thrilled to partner with Dr. Ramani for this comprehensive training program that's the culmination of her decades of work exploring narcissism, antagonism, and narcissistic relationships and systems.

Join this training that will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need … so you can feel confident and equipped to work with narcissistic abuse survivors.

With this program, you'll get access to tailored instruction, real-world vignettes, and a transtheoretical approach for addressing narcissistic abuse and master the skills you need to...

  • Work with this client population in a culturally competent manner 
  • Integrate an antagonism-informed treatment model
  • Apply trauma-informed models of care
  • Handle the ethical issues that are common with these cases
  • And much more!

You'll end this program with the skills, knowledge, and a complete treatment framework, so you can confidently work with clients experiencing narcissistic abuse ...

... plus, you'll be immediately eligible* to become a Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC), recognizing you as a skilled and competent clinician to treat clients experiencing narcissistic abuse and antagonistic relationships.

* professional standards and exam requirements apply

Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Training
with Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Valued at $1,149.95 Register today for just $799.95 (GST Inclusive)!
Plus, earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!
A Personal Invitation from Dr. Ramani Durvasula Dr. Ramani Durvasula

As a psychologist, author, researcher, and educator, I've been leading the efforts to help clients experiencing the harms of narcissistic and antagonistic relationships.

I'm excited to invite you to join me for this certification program that brings together decades of research and clinical experience …

… into this comprehensive, on-demand program that will equip you to provide effective care for clients experiencing narcissistic and antagonistic relationships.

Join me, along with two of my highly esteemed colleagues, and you'll get access to workshops on the phenomenology of narcissism and antagonism, the dynamics of these relationships, and crucial insights complemented by real-world case scenarios that provide the practical guidance you need for all your legal, ethical, and clinical challenges that arise when working with clients experiencing these relationships.

This is your unique opportunity to be equipped with a comprehensive and customizable treatment framework, so you feel empowered to meet these clients where they are at.

Our clients are in desperate need of help to cope, understand, and break out of longstanding cycles of self-blame, self-doubt, and confusion. We invite you to be part of the world-class group of clinicians who are prepared with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to offer truly effective care to these clients.

I'm so thrilled to have you join me and heartened to know that more clinicians will be prepared to work with a group of clients that has long been underserved!
See what your colleagues are saying about Ramani Durvasula's incredible workshops!

"This should be mandatory viewing for anyone who works with domestic abuse - so relevant and important. LOVED the hardcore research about the important topics of narcissism and gaslighting."

"Dr Ramani is the leading expert on narcissism, in my opinion, so learning from her is always amazing."

"I have so much appreciation for Dr. Ramani Durvasula's work and the courageousness of how she approaches this topic without fear and in service to survivors."

"Dr. Ramani is a personal hero. She has a light and energy that is not easily matched. I'm a true fan and I think she is amazing."

"The focus of most trainings I have attended related to this topic usually focus on the narcissistic individual rather than the victim of narcissistic abuse. I appreciated the shift in focus here, focusing on helping the victims from fallout to healing to growth."

"Dr. Ramani is a rockstar!! Her content is so unafraid and important."

Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Training
with Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Valued at $1,149.95 Register today for just $799.95 (GST Inclusive)!
Plus, earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!
Your Steps to Become a Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician

Join Dr. Ramani for eight engaging modules that are designed to equip you with the skills and insight to work with narcissism and antagonistic relational stress.

Through real-world case vignettes and experiential learning sessions, you'll discover a comprehensive roadmap to address narcissistic abuse – including how to apply trauma-informed models and manage the ethical issues that are common with these cases.

Once you've finished this course, you'll become a recognized narcissistic abuse treatment therapist and be fully prepared to help your clients take back their lives!

Module 1: Narcissistic Abuse In-Depth Workshop with Ramani Durvasula

To be effective in working with clients experiencing narcissistic abuse, you must understand the range of antagonistic personality styles – so you can provide clear guidance for your clients.

In this first module, you'll join Dr. Ramani to dive DEEP into the what, why, and how of narcissism and other antagonistic styles. Through review of diagnostic and phenomenological frameworks, current research, case examples and real-world discussions, you'll end this module equipped with the essential insight you need to provide high-quality psychoeducation.

Skill-building opportunities in this module include:

  • Building a strong working knowledge of how narcissism and antagonistic personality styles operate that goes beyond traditional and limited diagnostic criteria.
  • Developing a crucial understanding of existing treatment models and best practices for working with clients with narcissistic personalities.
  • Being aware of co-occurring issues that show up with narcissism, including addictions, ADHD, mood issues, and compulsive sexual behaviour.
  • Understanding how narcissistic personality styles translate into the problematic interpersonal behaviour we witness in narcissistic relationships.
  • Becoming familiarized with other "narcissism-adjacent" personality styles that have antagonistic characteristics including psychopathy.
Module 2: Dynamics of Narcissistic and Antagonistic Relationships

In this module, Dr. Ramani introduces her approach for working with narcissistic relationships. Using an in-depth case example, she illustrates how Narcissistic and Antagonistic Relationships (NA/ARS) may be revealed in the clinical setting.

Next, Dr. Ramani provides an in-depth exploration of the dynamics of narcissistic relationships. You'll discover the key characteristics of these relationships and explore important topics including betrayal trauma, trauma-bonding, attachment, enabling, and more, and specifically how these themes show up in clients in intimate relationships characterized by narcissism and antagonism. You'll also learn about the narcissistic family system and discover how these often establish roles and patterns that impact adult mental health and relational functioning. Expanding beyond the family, you'll discover how the narcissistic system can play out in other relationships, including workplace relationships and friendships.

In this module you'll discover:

  • The dynamics, patterns, and asymmetries of narcissistic/antagonistic relationships.
  • The phases of the narcissistic/antagonistic relationship cycle.
  • How attachment impacts and is impacted by narcissistic/antagonistic relationship dynamics.
  • How our clients get drawn into these relationships and how they get stuck.
  • The family and systemic roles people may fall into in a narcissistic/antagonistic family system or other relational systems.
Module 3: Trauma and Narcissism: Personality Disorders as Trauma-Related Disorders

In this module, world-renowned trauma specialist, Dr. Janina Fisher, shares critical insights about the relationship between trauma and narcissism. You'll discover the impact of trauma on the brain and how these manifest as symptoms of mental health diagnoses – including narcissistic and antagonistic personality styles.

Janina will then share her revolutionary conceptualization of narcissism and reveal some of the drivers of antagonistic behaviours. Finally, you'll discover how to use parts language to drastically improve your clinical work with both narcissistic clients and those experiencing narcissistic abuse.

Skill-building opportunities in this module include:

  • Understanding why it's so difficult for many clients to leave abusive relationships and partners.
  • Identifying the biggest mistakes trauma therapists often make when working with clients experiencing narcissistic abuse.
  • Viewing narcissistic behaviour through the lens of a parts model.
  • Discover how understanding, unblending and integration can help your work with clients experiencing narcissistic relationships.
  • Provide a framework for helping clients understand their complex reactions to these relationships.
Module 4: Working with the Fallout of Narcissistic Abuse

It's essential that clinicians understand not just the phenomenon of narcissistic abuse/antagonistic relational stress (NA/ARS) – but also the fallout from it. In this module, you'll discover the core characteristics of NA/ARS relationships and what this does to clients who are in these relationships.

You'll explore these relational patterns using case examples and discover the psychosocial, behavioural, cognitive, interpersonal, and physical presentations we observe in clients experiencing narcissistic and antagonistic relationships.

Skill-building opportunities in this module include:

  • Observing the signs of NA/ARS relationships and the subsequent fallout of these dynamics in your clients.
  • Learning how to help your clients recognize how their subjective experiences relate to the patterns occurring in their relationship.
  • Differentiating between NA/ARS and other mental health issues such as PTSD, complex PTSD, co-dependency, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and other mental health issues, as well as understanding the co-occurrence of these patterns.
  • Developing a treatment plan that includes a framework for guiding your clients from awareness of their experiences to enacting change.
Module 5: Being Culturally and Intersectionally Informed When Working with Clients Experiencing NA/ARS

Narcissistic Abuse/Antagonistic Relational Stress (NA/ARS) does not occur in a vacuum. There are cultural, intersectional, and systemic factors that impact our clients in these relationships. The asymmetries that are inherent in narcissistic and antagonistic relationships are magnified for clients who experience greater marginalization based on their identities. In addition, cultural and societal issues related to relationships and family must be integrated into any work with clients experiencing these relational dynamics.

In this module, Dr. Ramani will highlight the need to apply guidelines for cultural competency and cultural humility, frame this work using a social-ecological model, and give you the tools and awareness you need to practice as a culturally and intersectionally informed therapist.

Skill-building opportunities in this module include:

  • Assessing and determining the intersectional cultural and systemic factors that may be impacting your client's experience with NA/ARS.
  • Fostering a therapeutic stance of humility and flexibility, so you are optimally able to provide culturally and intersectionally-informed care.
  • Identify your own unique intersectional identities to inform cultural humility and awareness of their impact on your client.
  • Develop a treatment plan that accounts for intersectional factors and structural inequities.
Module 6 & 7: Working with Clients Experiencing NA/ARS: An antagonism-informed treatment approach

In these modules, Dr. Ramani guides you through her framework for treating clients who have experienced Narcissistic Abuse/Antagonistic Relational Stress (NA/ARS). This approach is transtheoretical and can be integrated into existing theoretical orientations you are already successfully implementing with clients. From the conceptual to the practical, you'll get exposure to the knowledge and skills you need to navigate clinical work with these clients.

Through detailed case discussions, Dr. Ramani will demonstrate how to apply this approach with a broad range of clients experiencing NA/ARS. You'll also learn about the best practices for treating NA/ARS and discover how to apply and customize these interventions to the clients and populations you work with...

… so, you're prepared for your next session with a narcissistic abuse survivor.

Skill-building opportunities in the modules include:

  • Learning how to conduct evaluation and comprehensive assessment of NA/ARS with clients experiencing a broad range of relationship types including familial, romantic, social and occupational.
  • Setting treatment goals based on your client's specific NA/ARS-related relationship and experience.
  • Helping clients overcome the fallout of their abuse, implement psychoeducation and radical acceptance, process the grief that this work can evoke in clients, validate the client's experience, address client ambivalence, manage co-occurring mental health issues, and slowly unfold the experience of individuation – whether they remain in the relationship or end it.
  • Becoming equipped with a full treatment framework that includes areas of focus, strategies and interventions, and navigation of the myriad challenges of this work.
Module 8: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Working with Narcissism and NA/ARS

Whether your client is navigating divorce, child custody, or other legal proceedings, it's essential that you understand your role and the resources that are available to you to navigate the court system. It is also crucial to understand some of the standard legal and ethical issues relevant to practice that can become complex when working with clients managing narcissistic/antagonistic relationships.

In this module, forensic psychologist Dr. Catherine Barrett shares her extensive experience and expertise in the legal, ethical, and forensic issues related to working with clients experiencing narcissistic and antagonistic relationships, domestic violence, and coercive control. This module also explores standard issues such as confidentiality and privilege, suicidality, dangerousness, and clinician self-awareness and highlights the unique issues raised for clients experiencing NA/ARS.

You'll discover how to navigate:

  • Issues related to risk, including safety concerns, suicidality and mandated reporting 
  • Confidentiality and privilege when working with both adults and minors.
  • Documentation, access to records, and providing testimony.
  • Protecting yourself, including limits of competency, scope of practice and malpractice insurance
  • The use of social media, sharing testimonials and protecting your client's identity
  • Understanding coercive control and the legal standards involved
  • Family court and working with clients navigating family court.
  • Accessing supervision and consultation.

Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Training
with Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Valued at $1,149.95 Register today for just $799.95 (GST Inclusive)!
Plus, earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!
Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Certification

NATC BadgeThe future of psychotherapy depends on clinical professionals who can effectively work with narcissism and antagonistic abuse.

As a Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) through Evergreen Certifications, you'll be able to demonstrate your advanced skills and knowledge in working with these complex cases.

When you complete this program and Evergreen Certifications has reviewed your submission, you'll be awarded your printable NATC certification to display to your clients and colleagues.

Check out the glowing review from your colleagues on what certification has meant for their practices:

"The certifications have provided me with career opportunities I never thought I could achieve."
— Stephanie, LMHC

"Certification has really boosted my clientele. Now, I have a full practice with an extensive waiting list."
— Jack, LPC, NCC

"Evergreen Certifications has changed my life by allowing me to be recognized for my work, knowledge, and expertise."
— Liliana, LPC, NCC

In just four easy steps, you can become a certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC).

Step 1: Watch the online course.
Step 2: Complete the CPD tests and instantly print your CPD certificates.
Step 3: Complete and pass the final exam that will be available at the end of the course.
Step 4: Submit the Certification Questionnaire and required documents, and your application is complete.*

That's it! No hidden fees. No catch. Just certification made EASY.

*Professional standards and exam requirements apply. Learn more at

We partner with Evergreen Certifications to include certification with some of our products. When you purchase such a product, we may disclose your information to Evergreen Certifications for purposes of providing services directly to you or to contact you regarding relevant offers.
Ramani Durvasula

Ramani Durvasula, PhD, LCP, is the world's most highly recognized expert on the topic of narcissistic abuse and its impact on relationships. Her work has been widely featured in digital and print media, television, and documentaries including on CNN, TEDx, Red Table Talk, the Today Show, and Investigation Discovery. Her YouTube channel and videos have been viewed over 170 million times, and she is the host of the critically acclaimed podcast Navigating Narcissism.

Dr. Ramani Durvasula is a psychologist and the founder of LUNA Education, Training and Consulting, LLC. She's professor emerita of psychology at California State University Los Angeles and the author of multiple books, including It’s Not You: Identifying and Healing from Narcissistic People, Don't You Know Who I Am: How to Stay Sane in the Era of Narcissism, Entitlement and Incivility and Should I Stay or Should I Go: Surviving a Relationship With a Narcissist.

Click here for information about Ramani Durvasula

Janina Fisher

Janina Fisher, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and former instructor at The Trauma Center, a research and treatment centre founded by Bessel van der Kolk. Known as an expert on the treatment of trauma, Dr. Fisher has also been treating individuals, couples, and families since 1980.

She is past president of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, an EMDR International Association Credit Provider, Assistant Educational Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, and a former Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Fisher lectures and teaches nationally and internationally on topics related to the integration of the neurobiological research and newer trauma treatment paradigms into traditional therapeutic modalities.

Click here for information about Janina Fisher

Catherine Barrett

Dr. Catherine Barrett is a licensed Clinical Forensic Psychologist, based out of Los Angeles, California. She first gained clinical experience after graduating from University of Southern California in 2009, with a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Through her training and experience, she has worked with marginalized communities, committed to social justice in mental health, and has developed a practice that is not only cross-culturally competent, but affirmative.

Clinical training and populations include addiction recovery, LGBTQ+, domestic and intimate partner violence, chronic mental illness, and narcissistic personality disorder. Dr. Barrett specializes in narcissistic abuse recovery.

Click here for information about Catherine Barrett
Frequently Asked Questions

To be effective with narcissistic abuse, you need to have the right skills and understanding, or you’ll end up feeling lost, powerless, confused, and frustrated. 

This is our opportunity to sit alongside a true master on this topic and learn exactly what to do and say in every step of the therapy process. 

You’ll get access to comprehensive education and walk away with a complete framework for you to use right away with your cases. Plus, this program includes real-world case vignettes that Dr. Ramani specifically developed, so you’re prepared for the nuances and complexity of these challenging cases.  

If you're ready to become a true expert in working with narcissistic abuse, this course is for you!

Immediately! You can get started with this course as soon as you register.
Your access to this course is unlimited for as long as you have your account.

With over 30 hours of online video workshops, real client scenarios, insightful commentary, interventions, and examples, you will develop a new framework and clinical strategies that you can immediately start applying in your practice! We encourage you to take the time to fully absorb everything. Watch the videos and read the materials. 

But if you review all of the course materials and are still not satisfied, email us at Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Yes! Once you register for this self-paced course, you will have unlimited access to all the materials — including slides, handouts, worksheets, and more.

Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Training
with Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Valued at $1,149.95 Register today for just $799.95 (GST Inclusive)!
Plus, earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!
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Instantly collaborate with other professionals on the course materials through interactive message boards. You'll be part of a community of hundreds of practitioners all focused on integrating the most effective trauma techniques, providing valuable opportunities to share insight and experiences and to build your professional network.
Complete your online CPD tests and earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!
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Certified Narcissistic Abuse Treatment Clinician (NATC) Training
with Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Valued at $1,149.95 Register today for just $799.95 (GST Inclusive)!
Plus, earn up to 44.5 CPD hours!

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