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Narcissistic Clients: Tips, trips & strategies for the family lawyer

Narcissistic Clients: Tips, trips & strategies for the family lawyer


Essential, practical training and insight on an increasingly widespread problem for all family lawyers. Recording of webinar broadcast on 8th December 2020. 

About the webinar

Awareness of narcissism and narcissistic behaviour has mushroomed over the past decade. More and more people are being identified as exhibiting a degree of narcissistic behaviour, a rise that may reflect the explosion of social media or simply increased awareness of the problem.

So when you encounter a narcissist in divorce proceedings, as inevitably you will, you need to be able to understand how they may behave and how you can better handle matters so that a resolution is not unnecessarily costly.

So in this webinar, recorded on 8th December 2020, Karin Walker, one of the country's most well known family lawyers, and Dr Supriya McKenna, a GP turned specialist coach and mentor and who focuses on supporting people separating from a narcissist, help you understand how to:
  • spot a narcissist, whether they are your client or on the other side
  • develop tactics to avoid becoming ‘owned’ by your narcissist client
  • understand how to best negotiate when the narcissist is on the other side
  • decide whether to take on a narcissist as a client
  • make sure that you are in charge, not the narcissist


  • £30 + VAT includes download and licence to share within your organisation.

About the presenters
Dr Supriya McKenna is a qualified doctor and practised as a GP before concentrating on coaching, mentoring and supporting those involved in relationships with highly narcissistic individuals, including in the area of separation and divorce. She advises professionals dealing with clients who have been affected by narcissists, and has hands-on experience of the UK Family Court system.
Karin Walker is the founding partner at KGW Family Law and is a solicitor, mediator, collaborative practitioner and arbitrator. She is recognised by both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners as a leader in her field and is a former Chair of the National DR Committee of Resolution.

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