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NAMA is now recommending new standards for certification as a Certified Anger Management Specialist-II. Read about the new standards here. If you are a CAMS-I you can work towards the next level by meeting requirements based on your credentials, education … Continue reading
New! Anger Management Institute Starter Kit for Leaders. Includes everything you need to start up your anger management services: Ten Steps to Starting an Anger Management Business, group curriculum (books/expanded workbooks), instructions for connecting with courts and employers, introductory letter, … Continue reading
Some good news from one of our recently certified Anger Management Trainer-Specialists: “HI Lynette, I received approval from Will County Court. I sent the What’s Good About Anger? curriculum to Chief Judge Kinney, he reviewed it, and sent me approval. … Continue reading
Few Christians realize nearly every problem in life stems from an unwillingness to forgive someone. When we hold grudges, seek retribution, and blame others, we end up hurting our relationships with God and peopleand shortcircuit our ability to live the … Continue reading
What makes you angry? Disrespect, loud noises, unfriendly, self-centered people, put-downs, rude behavior, people who break the rules? Anger is normal and it is an energy which can help you accomplish goals. But, if you can’t detect your anger in … Continue reading
Pastor Ray Pritchard writes in the Keep Believing Ministries blog the following: “Last Monday (December 28) was Good Riddance Day in Times Square. Organizers encouraged people to write their grievances down and then throw the lists into shredders symbolizing the … Continue reading
Many people think that letting anger out or catharsis of anger reduces anger escalation. Some parents and groups teach children to rip up magazines and throw things when they get angry. What really happens? Research studies have proven that ventilation … Continue reading