It is well known that outbursts and other behaviours that are associated with anger are often the result of trauma. However, because society has little patience for such behaviours there is a pressing need, placed on caregivers to redirect and manage the anger to reduce its threat to others and the community. Frequently this intense focus on stopping the anger immediately results in a narrow and limited understanding of the anger’s catalyst (Tull, M., 2020). Participants will learn the utility of assessments that can identify anger as a stand-alone issue or as symptom of trauma. The treatment and support for both types will be explored using videos and case studies while applying the modalities of CBT and ACT. Participants will help construct a case study where anger is the by-product of a trauma and where it is a stand-alone issue. Participants will be able to explain how the assessment measures and process helps to identify the underlying trauma.
- Identify and assess anger as a stand-alone issue and/or as a symptom of trauma
- Explore creative anger management techniques that parents and teachers can support
- Develop a treatment plan for trauma with a specific component focused on anger
- Participants will learn how the focus on anger can have a positive impact on the overall trauma
Who Should Attend
This workshop is suitable for Social Workers, Psychotherapists, Early Childhood Educators, Teachers, and Developmental Service Workers.
This 6-hour training is delivered online as two 3-hour interactive virtual sessions using Zoom.