Assessment and Referral for Anger Issues CEU Course

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Assessment and Referral for Anger Management Issues CEU Training Course for Anger Management Specialists and Providers. Provides: 5 -- National Board for Certified Counselors CE hours, ACEP #6577; and 5 -- National Anger Management Association CEUs! Add an online Anger Management Specialist Certification course below! Become credentialed as a Certified Anger Management Specialist I or II with the National Anger Management Association! “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.”

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    Assessment and Referral for Anger Management Issues CEU Training Course for Anger Management Specialists and Providers. Provides:5 -- National Board for Certified Counselors CE hours, ACEP #6577; and 5 -- National Anger Management Association CEUs!

    The first step in anger management treatment is to start with a thorough assessment of the nature and history of the client?s presenting problems. It is necessary to acquire a thorough psychosocial assessment of the nature, history and severity of the program as experienced by the client.

    What Participants will Learn:

    • To identity anger related DSM problems
    • To explore the types of standardized and other assessments which apply to anger issues
    • To determine when to refer clients with anger disorders to mental health and other professionals
    • To analyze when clients are contraindicated for anger management treatment

    Includes online access to course, quizzes, assignments and NBCC CE hours, NAMA CEU (5) Certificates upon completion.

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