Emotional Intelligence and Egopathy:
Understanding Good People Who Behave Badly
Cedric S. Wood, Ph.D.
The Emotional Intelligence Movement.
The Successes and Failures of the EQ Movement
Egopathy: An introduction
The Communication Style of Egopathy: Big Bad Bullies (BBBs) and PCDs (Power, Control, and Domination)
Narcissistic Personality, Sadistic Personality Disorder, Psychopathy, Anti-Social Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder and their Relation to Egopathy
Egopathic Defenses/ Ego Expressiveness, Schemas and Hidden Agendas: High Roads and Dominant Networks
The Roots of Disempathy and Cruelty: The Developmental Personology of Egopathy
Families Behaving Badly; Families Behaving Well
Doctors and Professors Behaving Badly
Workplace Incivility, Egopathic Bosses, and Healthy Workplaces
Personality and EQ Assessment: Which one reveals Egopathy Best?
Egopathic Characters in books, on TV, and in the movies.
Egopaths in Academic Literature, the Popular Press, and Other Media
Public and Private Figures Behaving Badly in the News
Happiness, Physical Health, and Positive Psychology
So what can I do about it? Remonstrating and High Character Communication;
A class in Parenting/Relationships in High School; a class in Developmental Personology in graduate schools.
The Vocabulary of Egopathy and High Character Communication
The Structure of Emotional Intelligence and Egopathy: The Diagrams, Figures, and Lists References
About Our Doctor
Born and raised in Weslaco, Texas, Cedric Wood PhD, LPC received his bachelor's degree in Filmmaking (RTF) from the University of Texas in Austin. He was the host of a weekly talk show, "Mental Health Week" in San Antonio, Texas from 1987 to 1990. He wrote, produced, and directed "The Spy Who Spoke Spanish," an instructional video on speaking Spanish. Having completed his master's degree in Clinical Psychology from St. Mary's University and a Ph.D. in Family Therapy from Texas Woman's University, he has been in private practice since 1997. He has led seminars dealing with emotional intelligence, conflict resolution, sadistic personality disorder, workplace incivility, and egopathy. He is available to come speak to your organizaiton at any time.Read More
Be caring, curious, and compassionate. Dr. Wood practices these three steps just as he teaches them. He studied for 16 years in school and for a lifetime on his own to learn all he can about how to help someone achieve their best self and their best relationships. Your thoughts, your feelings, your needs—these things are the focus of Dr. Wood's treatment style. He uses the best techniques from the masters of family therapy and counseling in his therapy—creating his own interpersonal style. He can meet any day, after work, or on the weekend. Feel free to email Dr. Wood any questions you might have about counseling, therapy, or mental health.Read More
- Anxiety & Fear
- Child & Adolescent Issues
- Dissociative Disorders
- Relationship Issues
- Domestic Abuse & Violence
- Personality Disorders
- Life Coaching
- Parenting Education
- Existential Worries & Angst
Modules for Purchase
- PCD Personality
- Conflict Model
- Chapter Summaries
- Parenting Class Mandated
- The Four Type of Egoism