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10 CEUs Anger Management: Cognitive Therapy Interventions

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Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs

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1. What are methods of creating anger?
2. What are concepts you might consider regarding implementing behavioral change in your anger management client?
3. What are the categories of trigger thoughts?
4. What are alternatives to anger?
5. What are types of positive responses to anger?
6. What are key points considering anger and depression?
7. What are ideas concerning The Ventilation Trap?
A. Analyzing accusations, acknowledging imperfections, and teaching others. --#4
Intrapersonal dynamics and the vicious cycle of anger and depression. --#6
Pride influences anger, fear’s effects on anger, loneliness creates anger, and anger can reflect inferiority feelings. --#1
Active and Questioning --#5
Continued anger and acknowledging hostility. --#7
F. Setting goals, making amends, choosing positive communication, and being authentic. --#2
G. Judgment based on personal rules and blame placement. --#3

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