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Expand your Practice with Anger Management Counseling
Why clinicians choose to be trained in Anger Management Counseling ?
Most clients seek counseling due to relationship problems. Often these issues can be resolved with the client effectively managing their anger
Provide and lead both group and individual anger management trainings and sessions to clients.
Become more marketable as an expert in anger management counseling.
Get recognized for your competence in anger management by qualifying to apply to become an Anger Management Specialist
Learn the necessary skills and tools to effectively provide anger management services to clients
Recognize the role of individual responsibility in changing unacceptable behavior
Develop a working understanding of one’s own anger/stress patterns and responses
What's in the course?
Introduction and Overview of the Anger Management Course
What are common myths about Anger
What Does It Mean to be Angry
Using observation and insight to Identify Angry Behavior
The motivational change process and Anger
Assess and Identify symptoms of Anger
Recognizing the different styles in which people communicate their anger
Communicating effectively in clinical practice
Using the Counseling Skill Empathy with Angry clients
Conducting an intake and assessment of the Angry client
Overview and discuss the Anger Management materials used with anger clients
Best practice in Anger Management Service Delivery
Recognizing Anger Triggers
Recognize Anger Cues
Utilizing an Anger Control Logs to Manage Anger
Managing anger through the behavior change models, (Cognitive, behavior, ABC, thought stopping, i.e.)
How communication roadblocks impact anger
The use of stress management in Anger management

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About the Instructor

Karen KELLY, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, MAC, ACRPS, CCS, CPSIV, CCJS, Founder/CEO Circle of Recovery, Inc. Dr. Kelly professional experience includes over 30 years working in a variety of Human Service Organizations. She is a veteran and currently works as a MH consultant/counselor providing services to Active Duty Military, veteran and their families. Dr. Kelly’s has held a variety of different positions and has worked in a variety of clinical treatment settings. She served as past President of the state association’s, Georgia Addiction Counselor Association. In addition, she is the founding president of Circle of Recovery, Inc. She has served as the past Project Director at the Morehouse School of Medicine, Cork Institute, Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center, in Atlanta, GA. She also served as the Coordinator of the Criminal Justice Program. In addition to her experience in mental health, substance abuse, criminal justice settings, and EAP treatment settings. She has taught at several major universities and has experience with online courses. In addition, Dr. Kelly continues to provide ongoing consultation, training, drug/alcohol education and treatment to those in need. Dr. Kelly’s holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Services with a minor in psychology, from Capella University, a Master’s of Science degree in Administration with a minor in Psychology from Central Michigan University, and a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Park College. Dr. Kelly currently holds certifications as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Board Certified Counselor, a Nationally Certified Life & Recovery Coach, Certified Psychotherapist, a Master Level Addictions' Counselor, Board Certified Interventionist Level II, Nationally Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist, Certified Clinical Supervisor, Certified Criminal Justice Specialist, Certified Prevention Specialist Level IV, Certified Anger Management Facilitator, Certified Distance counselor, and a Certified Risk Reduction Instructor and is a Nationally Certified Trainer/Instructor through NAADAC. Dr. Kelly’s is a member of the National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors, (NADAAC), a member of the Forensic Counselors Association, and a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).