There’s still time to register for the 8-week Anger Management Class at Collin County College. This virtual course examines the impact of anger on individuals, marriages, families, and communities. Empirically supported techniques that informs how to mitigate a provocation, relaxation and calming skills, and the application of practical anger management skills are discussed. anger management skills.
The class meets Thursday evenings from 6 pm to 8:15 pm (CST). Class starts August 25, 2022. Upon successful completion of the 8-week course students qualify to register for the Anger Management Specialist Certification Training webinar to be held October 27th and 28th, 2022. Seats are limited!
To qualify for the 2-Day Anger Management Certification Training:
1. Students (participants) must complete the 8-week anger management training course.
2. Students (participants) with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, or have significant community service in mental health, or have completed the 8-week anger management training course, are eligible to register for the 2-day anger management training for the Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS-I or CAMS-II) certification.
Measurable Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the 8-week course, the student will be able to:
- Create an Anger Log
- Discuss the physiological and cognitive changes during anger escalation
- Explain how to manage stress
- Apply assertiveness and conflict management skills and strategies
- Discuss the two anger cycles and their triggers
- Apply calming and relaxation techniques.
- Explain the importance of forgiveness and the role of emotional intelligence in deescalating anger
- Identify cognitive distortions
- Explain how to prevent and interrupt aggressive behavior
For more information on how you can register for the 8-week class contact Dr. Bartley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (682) 305-2122.