There is still time to register for the Anger Management Specialist Certification. See details below for information on how to register to attend the workshop!
Anger Management institute trainer – Specialist Certification Workshops
March 18-19, 2016, Plano, Texas
Dallas Baptist University
2805 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
Plano TX 75093
Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth
Hotels: Holiday Inn Express
3101 North Dallas Parkway
For information call JoAnn Darling (765) 404-5232 or email@example.com
Who Should Attend?
Counselors, mental health workers, social workers, addictions counselors, educators, law enforcement officers, students, pastors, health professionals and leaders are seeking
certification to provide anger management services. Participants completing this course qualify for the credentials to offer anger management education, classes, and groups for people needing to control anger and can provide certificates for court-ordered individuals.
The 2-day Workshops provide:
12—NBCC CE hours, ACEP #6577. NBCC CE hours accepted by NAADAC & Texas State Board for Social workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Professional Counselors
NAMA: CAMS-s, I or II
What will you learn?
…Overview of anger and anger management
…DSM disorders associated with anger, contraindications for treatment
…Assessment process and treatment planning
…How to defuse anger and hostility
…The critical role of emotional intelligence
…Empirically-based strategies for managing anger and motivating clients
…When anger is helpful or harmful.
The curriculum is research-based and synthesizes material from the “What’s Good About Anger?” book and trainer’s manual. Work-shop participants qualify for the National Anger Management Association (NAMA) “Certified Anger Management Specialist-s, I or II” credential. *NAMA membership fee additional.
This workshop Includes: training binder, book, Assessment tools, leader’s guide, workshop certificate of completion and lunch both days. Meets requirements for certification as a NAMA Certified Anger Management Specialist-s (student), 1 or II and 12 NBCC CE clock hours.
March 18, 2016 8:30a — 4:30p (lunch provided both days)
Overview of What’s Good About Anger: The problem of anger, manifestations and triggers, when anger is harmful or helpful
Current Brain Research and Anger Management Physiology
Empirically Supported Psycho-educational Treatments for Anger Control Problems:
Assertiveness, time-out, problem-solving, conflict management, forgiveness interventions
Strategies for increasing motivation of (court-ordered) resistant clients/students
Empirically Supported Cognitive Treatments for Anger Control Problems: Cognitive Restructuring Interventions
Empirically Supported Calming and Coping Treatments for Anger Control Problems:
Stress Management and Relaxation interventions
March 19, 2016 8:30a — 4:30p
Overview of Emotional Intelligence and Developing Empathy for Managing Anger
Anger Management Group and Individual Assessment Inventories Anger survey, evaluation, pre/post test and progress tools. Ethical guidelines for anger management providers
Assessment and Referral for Major Mental Health Disorders (DSM) associated with anger problems
Contraindications for anger management treatment
Managing Behavior and Defusing Hostility: Dealing with difficult behavior and hostility in treatment
of individuals and groups. Application to real-life scenarios
Overview of Motivational and Problem-solving Approaches and Principles: Video of Problem-Solving Approach
Application of Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Anger Control Problems with Clients/Groups
This Trainer-Specialist certification program based on the 2016 Edition of “What’s Good About Anger?” and Trainer’s manual provides a fresh perspective on anger and how anger—which is part of the human experience—can be put to work for good. The Anger
Management Institute teaches empirically supported interventions and skills. Completed outcome studies show that the “What’s Good About Anger?” program is evidence-based.
Presenters: Seigel Bartley, PhD, LPC-S, CAMS-IV; Joe Cook, PhD, LPC-S, CAMS-IV. Dr. Bartley and Dr. Cook are NAMA Supervisors, Consultants, and Diplomates and both are credentialed as a Certified Anger Management Specialist-IV.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds can be made only if requested in writing to: Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CounselCare Connection P.C., 2000 Spring Rd., Suite 603, Oak Brook, IL 60523 and postmarked no later than 7 business days prior to workshop. Refunds are subject to a $25.00 service charge. One person may substitute for another on the condition that a letter from the original registrant authorizing the substitution accompanies the new registrant. In the event that CCC finds it necessary to cancel this event for any reason beyond our control, notice will be given to all registrants as soon as possible and a complete refund of registration fees paid will be given to all registrants affected. CCC reserves the right to substitute a qualified presenter should an emergency or sickness impact the scheduled presenter.
Workshops are approved and endorsed by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA) To receive NAMA Certification: Upon completion of this workshop attendees will submit a NAMA membership application with fee directly to NAMA.
Anger Management Institute
1200 Harger Road Suite 602
Oak Brook IL 60523
Space is limited. Registration deadline: March 11th: 6p
Fees through March 1, 6p:
DBU Student ______ $200 *include copy of DBU ID
DBU Alumni: ______$250 *Alumni include copy of DBU Diploma
Fee for All others(leaders /professionals): ______$350
*Fees after 6p on 3/1/16: _____$225 students _____$275 Alumni _____$400 All Others
*NAMA membership fee not included Register online: http://www.whatsgoodaboutanger.com
Check if need NBCC CE certificate:_____12- NBCC CE hours awarded. ACEP provider #6577
Note: NBCC CE hours Accepted by NAADAC for addictions counselors and by the Texas State Board for Social Workers, Marriage And Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.
“The Anger Management institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. ACEP No. 6577. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Anger Management Institute is solely is responsible for all aspects of the programs.”
Checks payable to “Anger Management Institute” and accepted until 3/1/16 only
If mailing: Lynette Hoy • 1200 Harger Road, Suite 602 • Oak Brook, IL 60523
Questions? Contact JoAnn Darling: 765-404-5232 or firstname.lastname@example.org