This daylong workshop provides clinicians with an overview of cognitive-behavior therapy for anger. You learn strategies to increase motivation and self-awareness, dampen physiologic arousal and shift attributions that contribute to the anger response. Explore guidelines for teaching a variety of interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills to enable youth to manage anger in a variety of settings. Workshop curriculum includes role-play, video, small group discussions and exercises to enhance the learning of basic cognitive-behavior therapy skills.
- the cognitive-behavioral model of reactive anger and aggression
- strategies to increase motivation and self-awareness
- somatic and cognitive strategies to manage anger
- social skills strategies