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Step #1 FREE Preview of Questions & FREE Course Content! Click underlined Section 1 below to read Section 1. Question 1 is located at the end of Section 1. Then, click on the Answer Booklet link found at the end of Section 1 to answer question 1. Read Section 2. Answer question 2 in the Answer Booklet for this course and so on.

Step #2 - FREE Unlimited Scoring! After completing and scoring the Answer Booklet a Certificate granting 10 continuing education credits for this Course is issued to you on-line or sent to you via US Mail. The Answer Booklet gives you FREE scoring and anonymous unlimited trials. (Click here if you wish to get a printable format of this page.) Coordinating Instructor: Tracy Appleton, LCSW, MEd. Course Descriptions: This course mainly focuses on the area of anger management regarding effective strategies for out of control clients. It draws attention to, for example, Giving Your Client Insights into 4 Implications of Choosing Anger and specific content a therapist could use in his or her next session.

Best Practice YouTube PowerPoint below...
A few of the "BestPractices" from our courses have been made into YouTube PowerPoints. Track 5 below entitled, "Four Fallacies of Should,"
contains practical specific tools, tips, and techinques.
Please share link below with therapists, clients,
and others interested in this topic.
Anger Management: Effective Strategies of Your Out of Control Client

Outline of Topics - Transcript of Compact Discs
*New content on Domestic Violence and Narrative Therapy
Section 1 & Question 1
--Track #1 - Five Non-Defensive Attitude Questions
Section 2 & Question 2
--Track #2 - Giving Your Client Insights into 4 Implications of Choosing Anger
Section 3 & Question 3
--Track #3 - How to Effectively Implement 'Inner Rules' to Take Personal Responsibility
Section 4 & Question 4
--Track #4 - CBT Tools for Analyzing Anger & Taking Six Steps to Responsibility
Section 5 & Question 5
--Track #5 - Anger Management... Four Fallacies of Should

Section 6 & Question 6
--Track #6 - Effective Use of the 'Finding Shades of Gray' CBT Technique

Section 7 & Question 8
--Track #7 - Vernon's Successful Use of 4 Stress Reduction Tools
Section 8 & Question 8

--Track #8 - How to Teach Your Client Alternative CBT Strategies to Combat Stress Problems
Section 9 & Question 9

--Track #9 - Taking Time-Outs to Avoid Aversive Behavior Chains
Section 10 & Question 10

--Track #10 - How to Combat Calibrated Communication & Avoiding Mindreading
Section 11 & Question 11

--Track #11 - CBT Steps in Effective Coping in Retrospect
Section 12 & Question 12

--Track #12 - 3 Essential Tools for Defusing Zingers
Section 13 & Question 13

--Track #13 - Effective Use of 'The Salesman' CBT Technique
Section 14 & Question 14
--Track #14 - The 3-Step Method when Asking for a Behavior Change
Course Manual of Articles

& Personal Reflection Exercises

Section 15 & Question 15
-- Older Adolescent & Adult Females' Responses to Anger-Provoking Situations: An Introduction to the Study
Section 16 & Question 16
-- Older Adolescent & Adult Females' Responses to Anger-Provoking Situations: Results/ Conclusion
Section 17 & Question 17
-- Healthy Anger & Anger Styles
Section 18 & Question 18
-- Risk Factors of Road Rage
Section 19 & Question 19

-- Assessments of Road Rage
Section 20 & Question 20
-- Anger: The Mismanaged Emotion
Section 21 & Question 21
-- Patterns of Anger Diversion in Women
Section 22 & Question 22
-- Anger Management Programs: Issues and Suggestions
Section 23 & Question 23
-- Anger & Instrumentality in Women's Relationships
Section 24 & Question 24
-- The Emotional Demands of "People-work": Part I
Section 25 & Question 25
--Emotional Labor and Stress/Anger: Part II
Section 26 & Question 26

--Intervention Strategies for Road Rage

*New content on Domestic Violence
Section 27

--Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research
*New content on Narrative Therapy
Section 28

--Detoxifying Anger: A Narrative Therapy Approach
Section 29
Selected Readings Bibliography/Authors/Instructors
Section 30

--Reproducible Client Worksheets – Appendix
Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes

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Instructor’s Name & Credentials: Tracy Catherine Appleton, LCSW, MEd, CE Program Administrator, Course Development Coordinator, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Masters Degree in Education. Ms. Appleton has had experience in developing, providing, and presenting adult education programs since 1979. Expertise in program content: Experience as an Outpatient Therapist and Private Practice.

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All activities within all of our courses are offered for continuing education credit.

"Course meets the qualifications for hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences."

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Answer Booklet for this course
This course is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards - ASWB NJ CE Course Approval Program Provider #44 Course #1151 from 12/16/2016 to 12/16/2018. Social workers will receive the following type and number of credit(s): Clinical Social Work Practice 10


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