Aggression Management Assessment and Intervention

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Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc.

2238 South Hamilton Road

#200

Columbus, OH 43232

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Presenters: Maria Simpson, MS, LPCC

CE: 6 hours

Program Description: This training will review concepts of Anger Management treatment and specific program interventions

Goals:

  • Be familiar with symptoms and causes
  • Increase knowledge of assessment practices and diagnostic considerations for individuals engaged in aggressive behavior
  • Understand the curriculum of the Anger Management Workbook and provide brief overview of treatment components of Batterer's Intervention programs
  • Provide direction to increase coordination of services with community systems and appropriate referrals


Objectives:

  • Participants will understand the concepts of anger and aggression, and will be able to identify when anger becomes problematic
  • Participants will be able to explain the etiology of violent behavior, risk factors, and common diagnoses
  • Participants will apply the Family Violence Assessment and Aggression History measures to case examples
  • Participants will successfully explain the components of the SAMHSA Anger Management Program including: myths of anger, feeling identification, cognitive restructuring, assertive communication, boundaries, conflict resolution, and anger in the family.
  • Participants will be able to identify and apply relevant skills including: The Anger Meter; triggering events; warning signs/cues to anger; Anger Control Plans; progressive muscle relaxation and diaphragmatic breathing; the ABCD model; ‘I’ statements and exchange vocabulary; The Feedback Model; and Conflict Resolution Model
  • Participants will identify the basic components of Batter’s Intervention treatment and specific programming such as MOPS Batter’s Intervention Program , Emerge Model, and Duluth Model”

Outline:

1. Brief overview of concepts of anger, aggression, and when anger becomes problematic

2. Brief review of the literature, etiology, risk factors, and common diagnoses

3. Overview of two assessment measures

4. Teach curriculum of the Anger Management Workbook

5. Brief overview of Batterer's Intervention programs

6. Case conceptualization and intervention practice


Level: Beginner - Intermediate

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Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc.

2238 South Hamilton Road

#200

Columbus, OH 43232

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