Free webinar today: The psychology of narcissism

W Keith Campbell, social psychologist, nationally recognised expert on narcissism, society and generational change, and Dr Jonathan Garabette, psychiatrist with a specialism in narcissism, will present at 4pm today in a webinar organised by Nick Hazell.

Wednesday the 9th of June- 2021-16:00-17:00 GMT- Zoom Webinar.

Dr Phil Hopley, Dr Cosmo Duff Gordon and Nick Hazell
Would like to invite you a webinar on:  “The Psychology of Narcissism”  

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W Keith Campbell– Social Psychologist, nationally recognised expert on Narcissism, society and generational change.

Dr Jonathan Garabette– Psychiatrist with a specialism in narcissism.


 Narcissism is a term that’s often misinterpreted. In his talk, Dr. Campbell will  bring clarity to the concept of narcissism. While a desire for admiration, sense of entitlement, and a lack of empathy are central to this personality disorder, there are many different types of narcissism that present in very different ways, including: grandiose and vulnerable. Dr. Campbell will describe these forms and how they relate to different social outcomes.


  1. Keith Campbell, PhD, is a professor of psychology at the University of Georgia. He is the author of several books including: The Narcissism EpidemicWhen You Love a Man Who Loves Himself andThe New Science of Narcissism. He has written more than 120 peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Campbell lives in Athens, Georgia. For more information, go to:

 Dr Jonathan Garabette  is a consultant psychiatrist specialising in general adult psychiatry and medical psychotherapy. He has held a number of NHS roles including running psychotherapy services for patients with personality disorders and other complex needs and working as a forensic psychiatrist and forensic psychotherapist at Broadmoor High Secure psychiatric hospital. He also held a number of roles with Health Education England including Training Programme Director in Medical Psychotherapy at South West London and St George’s NHS Trust. He has recently commenced full time private practice at 55 Harley street and at the Nightingale Hospital and is a founding Director of the London Psychiatry Clinic