Today’s children and teens feel overwhelmed, time-crunched and stressed out by social media, screen time, and an uncertain and often frightening world. These stressors can lead to frustration and the very natural emotion of anger.
But anger can quickly turn into disrespect, aggression, defiance, and outbursts when young people are unable to cope; sabotaging school performance, peer relationships, and family functioning.
Whether you’re a therapist, educator, counsellor, social worker or any professional who works with children and adolescents, it’s essential for you to be properly equipped to work with angry, oppositional and aggressive behaviour.
Dr. Jeffrey Bernstein is a licensed psychologist and best-selling author who has worked with over two thousand angry and defiant children and their families over the last 32 years. Dr. Bernstein has appeared on the Today Show and is the author of several publications on anger and defiance.
Watch him in this Online Certification Training as he gives you the high-impact skills, reliable tools and proven strategies you need to help children and teens with anger issues manage this overpowering emotion. Dr. Jeff will give you detailed step-by-step guidance and walk you through specific real-life scenarios related to family, school and peer relationships so you can:
Best of all, you can become a Certified Specialist in Child and Adolescent Anger Management (CSAM-CA) upon completion of this course – letting families,schools, agencies or your employer know that you’ve taken the time and effort to effectively work with angry, oppositional and aggressive behaviour. Visit www.evergreencertifications.com/csamca for professional requirements.
Sign up today, add valuable skills and credentials to your resume, and make a difference in the lives of children and teens!
|Manual - Child and Adolescent Anger Management Certification Course (8.5 MB)||231 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Jeffrey Bernstein, PhD, is a psychologist, author and expert with over 32 years of experience specializing in child, adolescent, couples, and family therapy.
He is the author of seven books: The Anxiety, Depression, & Anger Toolbox for Teens; The Stress Survival Guide for Teens; Mindfulness for Teen Worry; 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child; 10 Days to a Less Distracted Child; Liking the Child You Love and Why Can’t You Read My Mind. Dr. Bernstein has also published the Letting Go of Anger Therapeutic Card Deck, a therapeutic card deck widely used by mental health professionals.
Dr. Bernstein has appeared on the Today show and Court TV as an expert advisor and frequently presents at conferences for school counselors and mental health professionals. He completed his post-doctoral internship at the University of Pennsylvania Counseling Center and holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the State University of New York at Albany.
Financial: Jeffrey Bernstein maintains a private practice. He is an author and receives royalties. Dr. Bernstein receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Jeffrey Bernstein is a part of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association.
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Neuroscience-based Nuances of Anger in Children and Teens
Anger’s Connection to Learning Differences, ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, and More
How to Create Emotional Safety to Engage Children and Teens About Sensitive Subjects
Myths About Anger and The Mistakes That Come with Them
Anger Triggers: Teaching Children and Teens to Tune into What Sets Them Off
Mindfulness and Relaxation Techniques to Let Go of Anger in the Moment
Challenge the Dysfunctional Thoughts Behind Anger with Cognitive Approaches
Build Optimism, Gratitude, Grit and More with Positive Psychology Approaches to Managing Anger
Assertiveness, Communication and Conflict Resolution Skill Building: Empowering Children and Teens to Problem-Solve Anger
Coaching Parents and Caregivers to Avoid Being Adversarial by Becoming Collaborative
Strategies for Online Anger Counseling and Educating
Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
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