- Don’t Waste Your Anger!
- Credentials and Benefits of The Anger Management Institute Training Certification
- Breaking Out of Anger!
- Controlling the Rage Within
- What’s Good About Anger? is unique…
- Can’t Let Go of Anger
- Why Do People Get Angry?
- What services can I provide and can I start my own Anger Management Business?
- How You Can Become Certified to Provide Anger Management Services and Treatment
- Anger Management Specialist Steps to Certification: April, 2015
Category Archives: Anger Management
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
Many leaders and professionals have asked why they should take the Anger Management Institute (AMI) training programs and workshops to become certified in order to teach and treat those with anger control problems. Here are the reasons to consider: AMI … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what causes anger to rear it’s ugly head so quickly? In our books I have talked about how expectations, self-talk and choices trigger and amplify anger. Anger is ultimately a physiological and a cognitive response to … Continue reading
Controlling the Rage Within Controlling the Rage Within Listen here to this podcast! I recently received this Question: When I get angry, I blow up so fast that I don’t have time to stop and think or ask for God’s … Continue reading
What’s Good About Anger is unique because the book and curriculum emphasize the following: Anger is an emotion and force that is good when it is expressed in healthy ways to achieve healthy goals. The physiological process of anger happens … Continue reading
Question: Basically one of those little things happen where somebody is rude or whatever, and I cannot it go, it bothers me forever. And in most cases, I’ve done nothing wrong, and I should just be able to go, “Wow, … Continue reading
Clients tell me that when they feel disrespected or treated rudely – they get angry. Often, they experience anger when they feel helpless or when goals are blocked. In the book, Anger Disorders, authors Raymond DiGiussepe and Raymond Tafrate write: … Continue reading
Questions: I completed my certification with your program. I’m sending you this email to ask you, once I complete my master degree in Counseling Psychology, how can I become a CAMS-II? I am currently CAMS-I since August; after my career … Continue reading