What are the best methods to assess, treat, and educate people who mismanage anger? This presentation provides an overview of the nature and physiology of anger, and incorporates research-based skills, innovative techniques, biblical insights, and the evidence-based curriculum of the Anger Management Institute.
Presented by: Lynette Hoy, M.A. & Seigel Bartley, Ph.D.
- Identify the nature, physiology, and process of anger and gain knowledge of anger assessment and the most effective cognitive, problem-solving, and behavioral strategies for managing anger
- Demonstrate motivational counseling and coaching approaches for assisting clients and students in transforming anger using faith and empirically-supported skills—skills can be applied to case scenarios focusing on stress, crisis, and trauma
- Develop insights and skills for providing effective anger management counseling, coaching, ministry, and related services