Domestic Violence > DMV02 Domestic Violence - Anger Management
DMV02 Domestic Violence - Anger Management
This module presents domestic violence and anger is not caused by the things that happen or don’t happen to us, but is the result of our anger-producing beliefs.
Course Objective
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:
Anger and violence
Approach to anger management 
The Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
A brief explanation of narcissistic personalities

Intended Audience
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists 
Author Bio
BRAD BARRIS, Ph.D. Bradley Barris, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Memphis. He has developed a special interest in the short-term treatment of anger related disorders. In addition to authoring the book, When Chicken Soup isn’t Enough: Managing Your Anger in an Increasingly Angry World, he has worked with over 1500 persons in the area of anger management. He conducts workshops for businesses teaching their personnel how to better manage anger, works in conjunction with public and private probation organizations in the provision of treatment for domestic violence batterers, and has conducted anger management programs for police departments.
Certificates
ASWB ASWB
NBCC NBCC
1.0 Hour 1.00 CE Credit(s) $22.33 QTY

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