By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss five cognitive behavioral therapy for intermittent explosive disorder.
-Discuss three main ideas regarding emotion-focused therapy for unresolved anger.
-Discuss five effects of perceived anger on punitive intuitions.
-Discuss four methods regarding anger and emotions.
-Explain two types of anger expression.
-Discuss five principles regarding children's expression of anger.
-Discuss four anger biases.
-Explain five moderating influences of cognitive control on anger.
-Explain four concepts regarding behavioral anger regulation.
-Name the four anger expression styles Mace describes, in his research on love and anger in marriage.
-Explain what restraint methods that directly manipulate body processes and bypass the patients’ own thinking mechanisms help to create.
-Explain why can it no longer be defined as safe, although control and restraint may be perceived as the primary intervention within the hospital and prison environment for violent offenders.
-Explain how did external anger expression in both genders relate to binge eating and impulsivity.
-Name two hypotheses concerning the mechanism of action between coping styles and the risk of depression.
-Explain what seems to provide in Goodwin’s study on building on the long-studied relation between anger and depression.
-Explain the relationship discovered in Felitti's study between four or more "adverse childhood experiences" (ACE) and various destructive behaviors.
-Explain how does John react to being frequently sedated or given medication via intramuscular injection while being restrained.
-Name three results did the Ramírez study data show concerning culture and anger.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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