Working Therapeutically with Someone in a Narcissistic Relationship

In September 2021 Brighton Therapy Partnership hosted an online workshop on ‘Narcissism and Working with the Children of Narcissists’ (on-demand catchup available) with our brilliant guest speaker Professor Julia Buckroyd.…

Bereavement Resources: Working with Children & Young People

Bereavement Resources: Working with Children & Young People In a previous blogpost we looked at Bereavement and Grief Resources for Therapists, mainly focusing on working with adults who have been…

Resources for Therapists Working with Children & Young People

We’ve put together this resource list for therapists working with children and young people in their practice, in the hopes it will be something you can refer back to time…

Working with the children of Narcissists

Interview with Rebecca Kirkbride

Rebecca Kirkbride is a therapist and writer specialising in working with children and young people. Her books include Counselling Young People: A Practitioner Manual*, Counselling Children and Young People in…

Counselling the Children of Narcissists

Whilst a mild level of narcissism can be healthy – in order to take care of ourselves we need to believe ourselves worthy of that care – narcissism (and those defined as ‘narcissists’) as spoken about in therapy is less helpful.

Working with Projective Identification in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Mostly these unconscious projections will just pass us by, but there may be times when we end up feeling extremely troubled, angry, inadequate, impotent or just rather fazed in the face of unconscious projections from others.