Anger Management Trainer-Specialist, Webinar, March 4 & 5, 2021

You can become credentialed to offer court and employer approved anger management programs and services at this Anger Management Specialist Training Webinar to be offered March 4-5,2021! 

These training presentations emphasize educational programming, treatment planning and evidence-based approaches for helping your clients and students to better manage anger.

The workshops are approved by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA) for the Certified Anger Management Specialist-I or II credential! (NAMA membership fee extra — submitted by attendees to NAMA for certification after completion of workshops).

The $425 cost includes 2 days of webinar-workshop training, Training binder/manual, book, assessments, CEs/CEUs, leader’s guide! Download the  registration flyer here!


Deadline for registration: Feb. 25, 2021. Limited number of participants!

About docsmb

Dr. Bartley is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Texas. He holds doctorates in Counselor Education and Supervision and in Theology. Dr. Bartley is a Certified Anger Management Specialist V (CAMS-V), a member, consultant, and diplomat of the National Anger Management Association. Dr. Bartley's newest workbook,"Peace Be Still! Calming the Anger Storms Within" is available. This workbook offers a biblical perspective on anger management and includes Scripture meditation, prayers, and daily action steps. This resource is available for $20 (includes S & H).
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