We will help your daughter with Narcissistic Personality Disorder, a learned behavior disorder in which she is exceptionally self-absorbed, and shows tremendous conceit. As a Narcissist, she believes she is exceptional and unique, and may well be self-centered and condescending toward others, acting as if no one else is on a level to be able to understand her.
Diagnosis for NPD (also called Narcissism) includes many of these symptoms: a grandiose sense of self import, complete lack of compassion, takes advantage of others, has an unwarranted expectation of especially favorable treatment, requires excessive admiration, is absorbed with fantasies of ideal love, or limitless success, beauty or power.
Helping Girls with Narcissistic Personality Disorder is Why We’re Here.
Schema therapy (a combination of elements from cognitive, behavioral and gestalt therapy along with object relations’ treatment) is one of the more effective treatments. A main purpose of this therapy would be to diminish your daughter’s insistence that others see her as she wishes to be seen, and adapts instead to reality.
In serious cases, she can be controlling and self-absorbed, even intolerant and judgmental of the therapist’s thoughts.
This is Who We Are at Columbus Girls Academy
CGA is Christian boarding school for teenage girls suffering with life-controlling problems, we offer a disciplined and controlled therapeutic setting that focuses on whole person character development with spiritual growth, and harmonizes discipline along with personal responsibility, in a positive peer culture.
For parents who may have exhausted every alternative (counseling, medications, mental health, social services, even school changes), we suggest you consider our early intervention program, prepared to help your daughter before she becomes an adult ensnared in a dysfunctional lifestyle.
With both individual and regular group counseling, CGA allows for reflective thinking, set in the peace and tranquility of our 200-acre lakeside campus. We customize our program for each student, and your daughter will have the opportunity to refocus and appraise her approach to life and the things and people around her.