Registration for June 10-11, 2021 Anger Management Specialist Training Webinar is full. Take our online course training and supervision instead!
This webinar June 10-11, 2021 is full! These workshops are approved by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA) for Anger Management Specialist I or II credential! (NAMA membership/certification application and fee submitted by attendees directly to NAMA after workshops). Download the Registration Flyer here!
You many enroll in the Distance-learning Anger Management Specialist Certification Training Courses instead: Become certified as an Anger Management Specialist with the National Anger Management Association by enrolling in the online or the home-study training courses here. Enroll online here! Or Email Lynette Hoy or call her at 630-368-1880 about any training questions.
Co-sponsored by the Anger Management Institute & the National Anger Management Association (NAMA). The two-day training workshops provide: 12- National Board for Certified Counselors CE hours: ACEP #6577 (accepted by IL and TX social worker boards); 13- NAMA CEUs and 12- NAADAC. Approved for 13 CEUs by IAODAPCA – program #14282 for: Counselor II, Preventionist II, CARS II, MISA I or II, PCGC II, CCJP II, CAAP II, CRSS I or II, CVSS II, CPRS I or II, MAATP II, CFPP II, NCRS II“.
The Anger Management Institute programs are evidence-based. Now includes: Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Anger Control Problems focus through-out workshop.
The seminar fulfills all the NAMA (1) basic content and (2) supervision requirements for the certification. Once you have completed this seminar you may apply directly for NAMA certification (application fee extra). Certification benefits include:
Accepted by all courts in US and Canada, businesses, and personal referrals
Listing in NAMA national directory (www.namass.org)
Anger Management Institute Training manual.
Continued marketing support.
Most people believe that anger is a negative emotion from which no good can come. Many people think that anger should not be expressed and that such feelings are sinful. This Trainers course based on the fourth edition of What’s Good About Anger? and the current Anger Management Institute Training manual will give participants a fresh perspective of anger, practical skills, spiritual references and how anger – which is part of the human experience – can be put to use for good.
What’s Good About Anger? excerpt from Foreword by Dr. Rich Pfeiffer: “This new edition offers practical solutions to anger problems in the form of helpful skills, concepts, and techniques to help anyone deal with anger more effectively. The program increases awareness of emotions and discusses emotional intelligence in a positive way. Lynette Hoy has touched all the
bases of state-of-the-art anger management solutions doing so in both a scientific and spiritually sensitive manner.”
Who should attend?
Counselors, social workers, addictions and health professionals, educators, mental health workers, law enforcement officers, pastors, coaches, chaplains and other leaders who want to teach and treat students/clients with anger issues.
What participants will learn:
- How to teach and train struggling clients, groups and students to cope with anger in healthy ways through: assertiveness, problem-solving, restructured thinking, conflict resolution, empathy skills, forgiveness, stress management and more!
- The nature, sources, triggers, process of anger.
- When anger is helpful or harmful.
- Underlying cognitive distortions of harmful anger.
- Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Anger Control Problems.
- The essential role of stress management in anger reduction.
- DSM – mental health disorders associated with anger problems; readiness or contraindication for anger management treatment.
- Skills/tools for: assessing/screening participants, evaluation of progress.
- How to defuse hostility and manage behavior;
- Effective anger prevention and control strategies, including: communication, time-out, problem-solving, forgiveness, relaxation, restructured thinking, conflict management, etc.
- The role of emotional intelligence, faith and empathy strategies. Will provide teaching tools.
- Research in anger management.
- Ethical guidelines for anger management training and support groups.
- Anger Management Motivational and Problem-Solving Approaches.
Many counselors, social and mental health workers, law enforcement, probation officers, educators, chaplains, leaders, pastors and health professionals are electing to become certified to train clients, groups and students in anger management skills. Those completing this course may offer anger management classes, groups, assessments and treatment – awarding certificates to individuals required to complete anger management programs!
This program is approved and endorsed by the National Anger Management Association for certification as an Anger Management Specialist-I or II. Two day workshops provide: 12 – NBCC CE hours, ACEP #6577, (NAADAC accepts NBCC CE hours), many State social work boards accept NBCC CE hours, and 13- IAODAPCA CEUs. Download the Registration Flyer here!
Location: Virtual Training on Zoom platform. Access and password will be provided one week prior to training.
Presenters Seigel Bartley, PhD, LPC-S, CAMS-V; Natalie Ford, PhD, LPC, CPSV, CAMS-III; and Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-V are anger management supervisors, consultants and diplomates credentialed as Anger Management Specialist-V by the National Anger Management Association.
About the Trainers/Presenters:
Dr. Seigel Bartley, PhD, LPC-S, CAMS-V graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Theological Studies from Vision International University, where he serves as director of Christian Counseling. He went on to complete his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University. Dr. Bartley is a professor at Liberty University, Dallas Baptist University and Houston Baptist University. He is an ordained minister with over fifteen years of pastoral and counseling
experience with children, adolescents, couples, adults, and families. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor in the state of Texas and holds the Certified Anger Management Specialist-V (CAMS-V) credential from the National Anger Management Association. Dr. Bartley is a NAMA Anger Management Supervisor, Consultant and Diplomate. Dr. Bartley serves as an adjunct professor at Dallas Baptist University since 2008
Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-V, NAMA Distinguished Diplomate, is a marriage and family counselor, crisis counselor and co-founder of CounselCare Connection, P.C. Mrs. Hoy is a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. She is an approved NAMA: Anger Management Specialist-V, a NAMA Anger Management Supervisor, Consultant and Diplomate. Lynette is also President of the Anger Management Institute in DuPage, Illinois and a Domestic Violence Advocate. She holds a Master’s Degree in Community and Family Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from North Park College. Mrs. Hoy has authored anger management courses for court-ordered individuals and provides trainer certificates for leaders and counselors who desire to teach anger management and lead groups. She is a speaker, writer and seminar presenter for community groups and professional organizations.
Natalie Ford, PhD, LPC, CPCS, CAMS-III
Dr. Natalie Ford is Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Degree Coordinator for the Masters in Counseling at the Leonhard Schiemer School of Psychology and Biblical Counseling at Truett McConnell University (TMU), and is a licensed professional counselor at Northeast Georgia Christian Counseling. Dr. Ford graduated from Mercer University with a degree in political science, and received her master’s degree at the Reformed Theological Seminary. Ford earned a Ph.D. in Professional
Counseling from Liberty University. Dr. Ford is a Licensed Professional Counselor and practices at a community counseling center. She authored the book, Tears to Joy: Finding Hope in the Presence of Bipolar Disorder and Suicide and Grace-based Counseling which will be released in 2021.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds can be made only if requested in writing to: Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CounselCare Connection P.C., 1200 Harger Rd., Suite 602, Oak Brook, IL 60523 and postmarked no later 7 business days prior to workshops. Refunds are subject to a $25.00 service charge. One person may substitute for another on the condition that a letter from the original registrant authorizing the substitution accompanies the new registrant. In the event that CCC finds it necessary to cancel this course for any reason beyond our control, notice will be given to all registrants as soon as possible and a complete refund of registration fees paid will be given to all registrants affected. CCC reserves the right to substitute a qualified presenter should an emergency or sickness impact the scheduled presenter.