Domestic Violence and Anger Management
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This course focuses on the issues of anger that are common in cases of domestic violence. Students will examine what constitutes domestic violence and will learn strategies to help clients confront their anger appropriately. Various types of rage will be examined. Strategies and a model for working with groups of clients will be studied. Also examined will be the Anger Wheel model and how to assess and use it in developing strategies for dealing with anger. Issues that children suffer in cases of domestic violence, including child anger are presented. The student will also learn the common profiles of those who remain in abusive relationships. Contact hours of continuing education = 45. Course Code: AM 520.
The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc. is a licensed Continuing Education Provider in the State of California, Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15595. Access Info
Pre-requisite: This course is particularly designed for licensed health care professionals seeking to meet education requirements for certification as a Certified Anger Management Specialist by the American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc. You must be a licensed health care professional or an ordained and licensed clergy to enroll in this course.
You must have successfully completed AM 500: Anger Management: Concepts & Theories, before enrolling into this course.
instructor/Course Author: Christian Conte, Ph.D
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This is a guided, independent study CEU Course. You are to study and progress at your own rate. There are no written assignments.
Reading/Study Assignment: there are two (2) textbooks for this course. This course covers all of the material in both of the textbooks.
Day, R. B. (2011). Domestic Violence: Seeds of Change. A Training Manual for Anger Management. Hampstead, MD: Maple Creek Media.
- ISBN 13: 978-1-937004-19-4
Newman, W. C. & Newman, E. (2008). Domestic Violence: Causes and Cures and Anger Management. Tacoma, WA: Newman International, LLC.
- ISBN-10: 1452843236
- ISBN-13: 978-1452843230
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Additional Course Materials:
There are additional course materials, including written materials as well as Power Point presentations and audio lectures. These are provided to students within the online classroom. Please note that you will need to have Power Point software to be able to access the presentations/audio lectures.
GRADING: You must achieve a passing score of at least 70% to complete this course and receive the 45 hours of awarded continuing education credit. There are no letter grades assigned. You will receive notice of your total % score. Those who score below the minimum of 70% will be contacted by the and options for completing additional course work to achieve a passing score, will be presented.
TIME FRAME: You are allotted two years from the date of enrollment, to complete all of the courses in this program. There are no set time-frames, other than the two year allotted time. If you do not complete the courses within the two-year time-frame, you will be removed from the course and an "incomplete" will be recorded for you in our records. Also, if you would like to complete the courses after this two-year expiration time, you would need to register and pay the course tuition fee again.
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COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
1). Identify what constitutes domestic violence
2). Articulate why trust is the foundation for positive relationships
3). Assist clients who are struggling with anger related to domestic violence issues
4). Understand an anger management program design for group participants
5). Develop a self-reflective practice for working with people who struggle with issues of domestic violence
6). Identify issues that might impact your own countertransference when working with individuals who struggle with the issue of anger and domestic violence
7). Articulate the different types of rage that people experience
8). Assist clients in understanding more effective behavioral patterns to engage in as alternatives to the cycle of violence
9). Understand the Violence Wheel and the impact of such knowledge on domestic violence
10). Understand the impact domestic violence has on children
11). Identify typical characteristics of people who are in the pattern of abusing
12). Identify the core of domestic violence
Seeds of Anger and Domestic Violence
Types of Abusive Families
The Effects of Abuse
Consequences of Abuse; anxiety, trauma and stress
Loss of Control
Drugs and Alcohol
Benefits of Meditation, Relaxation and Forgiveness
Active Anger and Passive Anger Triggers
Consequences of Silent Aggression
Learning to Say No