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How to Identify Predatory Mental Health Practitioners: NPD Expert Randi Fine

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Narcissists thrive on the power and control they have over other people’s minds. Many narcissists choose careers in mental health care for this reason.

Narcissists who practice mental health care usually operate covertly. The abuse is often subtle but the effect they have on those who, for whatever reason, are experiencing a vulnerable time in their life, can be devastating.

Many have the misconception that a mental health degree and letters after someone’s name automatically makes the person competent and trustworthy.  This belief could not be farther from the truth. People are people. We cannot blindly trust anyone just because the person is licensed and trained; just because they have a Master’s degree or PhD.

What could be better for a narcissist than to have licensed power over others’ thinking? It is a dream job for them.

Narcissistic Abuse Expert Randi Fine will be discussing this topic and others today in her “Second Friday-of-every-month” NPD focused podcast.

Randi Fine is a World Renowned Narcissistic Abuse Expert and Coach in private practice with 15 years of experience coaching victims and survivors of narcissistic personality disorder abuse worldwide. An adept coach with proven success, she has directly guided 1200+ clients toward rapid emotional healing and thousands more through articles, interviews, videos, and podcasts.Randi is also a Certified Neuro Bilateral Processing Coach since 2021. In private practice with 2 years of experience, using a non-triggering traumatic memory release technique.

She is the author of Close Encounters of the Worst Kind Second Edition: The Narcissistic Abuse Survivors Comprehensive Guide to Healing and Recovery, Cliffedge Road: A Memoir, and the soon-to-be-released Close Encounters of the Worst Kind Companion Workbook

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