Dr. Natalie Jones has done a variety of previous media and speaking engagements including national television, master classes, presentations, webinars, seminars, conferences, podcasts, and wellness events. Dr. Jones loves public speaking on many different platforms on her expertise in forensics, personality disorders, African American mental health, and narcissistic abuse. Below are list of some of the media that Dr. Jones has been featured in as well as presentations.
Master classes that Dr. Jones has been featured in include: The Yellow Couch Collective by Therapy for Black Girls, Baby’s First Year Conference, and Tools to Date Smarter with Dr. Vanessa Abernathy, PsyD.
Seminar/conference presentations that Dr. Jones has done include presentations on mental wellness at EAP or employee wellness fairs, Understanding Narcissism presented at UC Berkeley, online conferences for TogetherWell and Baby’s First Year, and presentations for Understanding Personality Disorders in the Correctional System for John F. Kennedy University.
PODCASTS WHICH FEATURED DR. NATALIE JONES
What is narcissism? What does it look like in relationships (romantic and parental). Gaslighting—what is it? The connection between narcissists and HSPs (partners and parents).
Common emotional responses of a victim of sexist microagressions. Emotional responses of a person who is in charge of the situation. Changes that may occur in the family. Common mistakes when trying to help. Daily habits that helps with the emotional success.
Dr. Natalie Jones talks about counseling women of color with narcissistic mothers. She identifies what narcissism means, how to detect if that's what we lived (or live) with, and how to break the cycle.
Dr. Jones discusses why narcissism is much more than just being selfish, the criteria someone would have to meet to be diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and ways to take care of yourself if there is someone with narcissism in your life.
Licensed professional Dr. Natalie Jones, joins IHU to talk about narcissistic personality disorder and the warning signs, next steps, coping mechanisms for someone who might be dating someone with NPD.
GUEST BLOG POSTS WRITTEN BY DR. NATALIE JONES
Narcissistic abuse, toxic relationships, and domestic violence
Personality disorders and criminal thinking
Unhealthy work environments