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Superhero/Villain Disorder Project-The Evil Queen

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Alyssa Bradley

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Transcript of Superhero/Villain Disorder Project-The Evil Queen

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
By: Alyssa Bradley
The Evil Queen
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
• Narcissistic personality disorder: a mental disorder in which someone needs attention to feel important and admired
• Feel that others are inferior to them
• Self-focused; don’t care about others’ feelings
• Insecure and have a low self-esteem

• Fantasizes about her attractiveness
• Expects constant praise and admiration from the magic mirror
• Strong jealousy of Snow White
• Believes she is better than everyone else (the fairest of them all)

• When the queen found out that Snow White was “the fairest of them all” it made her envious and inconsiderate
• As the magic mirror continued to tell her how beautiful she was she became more and more self-centered
• The old hag was furious to find out that there was someone more beautiful than she was
• Sent her servant to kill Snow White because she was jealous that she was more beautiful than the queen but he let her go
• The evil queen decided to kill her herself and poisoned an apple and tried to get Snow White to take a bite so she would be “the fairest of them all”

• About 0.7-1% of the population is diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder
• About 50-75% of them are men

• NPD can be caused by too much attention and spoiling
• The Evil Queen could’ve developed this due to the mirror constantly telling her that she was the fairest of them all

Treatment #2

Treatment #1

Sigmund Freud’s therapeutic technique. Believed patient’s free associations, resistances, dreams, and transferences-and the therapist’s interpretations of them-released previously repressed feelings, allowing the patient to gain self-insight.

blocking from consciousness of anxiety-laden material

analyst’s noting supposed dream meanings, resistances, and other significant behaviors and events in order to promote insight

patient’s transfer to the analyst of emotions linked with other relationships

-Free association:
invites patients to relate whatever thoughts come to mind, without censorship or embarrassment, in order for the therapist and patient to learn more about how the patient thinks and feels

• Client-centered therapy:
Carl Rogers; therapist uses techniques such as active listening within a genuine, accepting, empathetic environment to facilitate clients’ growth.

-Active listening
: empathetic listening in which the listener echoes, restates, and clarifies.

-Unconditional positive regard
: a caring, accepting, nonjudgmental attitude, which Carl Rogers believed would help clients to develop self-awareness and self-acceptance.

therapist opens up their own personality to client

feelings of depression and unhappiness caused by not living the life we really want to.

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Hill, Jim. "Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen" Offers a Twisted Take on Disney's Snow White." "Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen" Offers a Twisted Take on Disney's Snow White. N.p., 2 Sept. 2009. Web. 22 May 2014.

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"Snow White, the Queen and the Magic Mirror 2." YouTube. YouTube, 10 Mar. 2014. Web. 26 May 2014.
Active Listening

Therapist- Tell me what's on your mind. What has been bothering you? Do you feel that you are not good enough? Did anyone happen to tease you in your childhood?

Evil Queen- "I don't know what you're talking about. I am the fairest of them all. No one would dare tell me any different. However, I did have a nightmare last night that my magic mirror told me that there was someone fairer than I."

Therapist- Did you happen to be excessively pampered or abused as a child?

Evil Queen- "Daddy always told me I was a princess. He told me that he was the luckiest father in the world to have such a beautiful, intelligent daughter. He made me feel like I was the most amazing girl in the world."

Therapist- How do you feel when people tell you that you're self-centered?

Evil Queen- "It infuriates me. I'd like to tell them how much prettier I am than them."

Therapist- It infuriates you. You get the urge to tell them that you're a lot prettier than them?


Evil Queen- "That's very kind of you. However, you don't understand how I feel."

Therapist- Actually, I can relate. You're not alone. Everyone feels insecure about themselves sometimes. I myself have been told that I needed to get over myself and stop worrying about what other people think. I attempt to take those thoughts into consideration without getting so worked up about it, but it's not easy.

Evil Queen- "I wish I could hold back like that. I get so mad that I just blow up in their face, right then and there. I suppose I should take some time to stop and think about it."

Evil Queen- "Yes, all the time. A lot of people have a problem with me because of that."

Therapist- It seems to me that a lot of people push you into that attitude when they tell you that you're self-centered. Of course, I would never think of you that way.
Unconditional Positive Regard
Therapist- So, you're saying that you don't really want to speak and act the way you do to others? Maybe that's part of the reason you don't feel good about yourself. I'm sure you've heard plenty of times, how pretty you are on the inside reflects to the outside. How can you feel happy and beautiful physically when you don't like yourself as a person?

Evil Queen- "You're right. I don't even like my own personality, so it would be hard for me to get along with anyone else. I think it's time for me to make some changes."

Therapist- Interesting.. if you don't mind me asking, are you sure it was a dream? Or is that maybe truly how you think about yourself?

Evil Queen- "Well, I've never thought of it that way. Maybe I am a little insecure. I always have to ask my magic mirror how beautiful I look."
Therapist- Did you happen to be excessively pampered or abused as a child?

Evil Queen- "Daddy always told me I was a princess. He told me that he was the luckiest father in the world to have such a beautiful, intelligent daughter. He made me feel like I was the most amazing girl in the world."

Free Association
Therapist- Feel free to talk about anything that comes to mind. Is there anything that you feel you need to get off of your mind?

Evil Queen- "I'm exhausted. I'm tired of trying to be perfect all the time, but I want to be the most stunning woman anyone has ever seen. A lot of people tell me that I'm full of myself."

Therapist- So, you don't actually feel good about yourself? You just tell yourself that to feel better?

Evil Queen- "I guess so. I've been so caught up in trying to be charming I've convinced myself that I am, more than anyone else."
Demonstration of Behavior
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