CEU: Ethics for Anger Management Providers and Specialists Online Course

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A Code of Ethics provides guidelines for those who engage in offering anger management services to the public. While you may be very familiar with mental health ethical guidelines--there are certain issues which you will want to be prepared to handle when providing services in the area of anger management. Approved for 5 CEs/CEUs by the National Board for Certified Counselors and the National Anger Management Association.

CEU: Ethics for Anger Management Providers and Specialists Online Course

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    Ethics for Anger Management Providers and Specialists CEU course. Provides: 5 - NBCC CE hours (National Board for Certified Counselors), ACEP #6577; and 5 CEUs the National Anger Management Association!

    A Code of Ethics provides guidelines for those who engage in offering anger management services to the public. While you may be very familiar with mental health ethical guidelines--there are certain issues which you will want to be prepared to handle when providing services in the area of anger management. Some of the issues have to do with: avoiding dual relationships; maintaining confidentiality when clients/students are court or employer referred; maintaining confidentiality in groups and classes; reporting abuse; reporting and protecting clients who may be a threat to themselves or someone else; referring participants to other professionals or services because of mental health or other issues; providing services within your scope of training and credentials, etc.

    Includes online access to course, quizzes, assignments and CEU (5) Certificate upon completion.

    The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the concept of ethics and boundary issues as applied to Anger Management Specialists and Providers.


    Course Learning Objectives...
    Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

    1. Discuss the meaning and purpose of ethics.
    2. Explain ethical standards pertaining to informed consent and record keeping for anger management specialists and providers.
    3. Understand anger management provider ethical issues and various malpractice liabilities.
    4. Acknowledge ethical guidelines of confidentiality.
    5. Clarify relevance of managing boundaries and avoiding dual relationships.
    6. Expound upon ethical issues that are inherent to providing anger management services.
    ““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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