As the title implies, this site will continually update changes and trends in anger management services, research,referrals and provider training. In addition, books,CDs,videos and DVDs used in anger management programs will be introduced.

Saturday, September 06, 2008

Anger Management News Brief from Anderson & Anderson

  • The Practice of Control, the new Anderson & Anderson client workbook for physicians will be available for sell on September 17, 2008. This new anger management workbook is the first such publication designed to address the issues of “disruptive behavior” in Health Care Organization consistent with the new JCAHO requirements.

  • “Losing It” is the title of the Griff Rhys Jones BBC documentary on anger management. The internationally recognized Anderson & Anderson anger management curricula for Executive Coaching as well as anger management classes are the primary focus of these two one hour presentations. Copies of “Losing It” will be available on DVD once the documentaries have appeared on the BBC in the Fall.

  • Four Continuing Education Courses are now available in Home Study/DVD/CD Format. They are “Session One”, Emotional Intelligence, “A Day Without Stress” and “Gaining Control of Ourselves”, the DVD. A description and cost for these courses are available on our website under On-Line Store:

  • “Gaining Control of Ourselves” our popular Adult Anger Management Workbook will be available in Perfect Bind with a new cover on September 17, 2008.

Please remember that that it is necessary to complete a minimum of 16 hours of continuing education in anger management through Anderson & Anderson to remain on our Certified Anger Management Provider List.

Feel free to contact Rasheed in our office if we can be helpful.

George Anderson, MSW, BCD, CAMF, CEAP
Diplomate, American Association of Anger Management Providers
Anderson & Anderson®, The Trusted Name in Anger Management


Blogger twentzphd said...

The Practice of Control: Anger Management for Physicians, by George Anderson, MSW, and edited by T.L. Wentz, PhD, CAMF, is a highly effective training tool in promoting positive change from disruptive and offensive behaviors as defined by the Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO).

This training publication, accompanied by expansion to include all health care professionals by the Joint Commission, shall assist all health care entities from large hospitals to small, accredited treatment centers and clinics improve patient outcomes and ensure patient safety.

Through the use of training and the development of skills in the areas of anger and stress management, communication, and emotional intelligence -- The Practice of Control will help an entire industry as well as all of its patients!

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