Below is a list of further resources which you may find helpful.
These resources are part of a vast body of literature, videos, podcasts and other materials available. Whilst they may be of use they are not endorsed.
Dr. Ramani’s YouTube channel provides informative and educational videos on narcissistic abuse.
Dr. Les Carter’s YouTube channel provides informative videos on Narcissistic Personality Disorder and anger management.
Malignant Self-Love provides a broad clinical background to Narcissistic Personality Disorder and advice for how to deal with abuse, as explored in a variety of settings.
Healing the Adult Children of Narcissists
A selection of essays which provide insight, tools and skillsets into dealing with narcissistic parents, helping survivors to explore how narcissistic abuse in childhood can become a cycle.
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts
Dr. Gabor Maté’s book focusses on the psychology of addiction. Following several case studies, this book analyses the links between society, mental illness, and addiction.
Dr. Paul Hokemeyer
In this book, influential therapist Dr. Paul Hokemeyer examines how, regardless of success, many people experience self-destructive behaviours such as narcissism and substance abuse.
The Body Keeps the Score
Bessel Van Der Kolk
This book explores the effect of trauma on survivors, their families and future generations. Dr. Van der Kolk offers a new theory on coping with trauma of all types.
Jon Kabat-Zin’s guided 30-minute body scan meditation offers a useful practice for survivors.
Eckhart Tolle’s YouTube channel offers guided meditations and informative videos for inner peace.
Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now offers supportive advice and instructions for finding joy in the present moment.
Coercive or Controlling behaviour is now a crime. While narcissistic abuse and coercive control are not necessarily the same thing, there is may be some overlap. The CPS website provides guidelines on dealing with controlling or coercive behaviour in relationships.
12-step programmes provide support for those struggling with addiction or their family members. Alcoholics Anonymous provides support for alcoholism; Narcotics Anonymous for drug addictions; Al-Anon for those affected by somebody else’s drinking. Co-Dependents Anonymous provides support for those who are or have been in Codependent relationships.