Anger Management Specialist-I Certification Two-Day Seminar

Venue: SLC Conference Center, New York City, NY

Location: NYC, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: May 01, 2009 End Date/Time: May 02, 2009
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TWO DAY TRAINING EVENT PROVIDING ANGER MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST-I CERTIFICATION – NATIONAL ANGER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (NAMA) www.namass.org

TWO DAYS - Friday & Saturday, March 6 & 7, 2009 (very limited seating)

SEDONA, ARIZONA

*This Seminar is approved by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA). The seminar fulfills the basic content and supervision requirements for (NAMA) Anger Management Specialist-I Certification

LATEST CLINICAL RESEARCH AND TREATMENTS OF ANGER PROBLEMS
RECENT ADVANCES IN CLASSICAL ANGER MANAGEMENT SKILLS, CONCEPTS, EXERCISES
BRAIN STUDIES AND ANGER MANAGEMENT
INTEGRAL AQAL APPROACH TO ANGER MANAGEMENT
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL APPROACH AND DISTORTED THINKING
MINDFULNESS AND ANGER MANAGEMENT
LEARN SECRET OF EFFECTIVE OUTCOMES
FOR ADULTS, ADOLESCENTS, CHILDREN, PARENTS, RELATIONSHIPS
FOR GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL MODALITIES

The seminar fulfills all the NAMA (1) basic content and (2) supervision requirements for the certification. Once you have completed this seminar you may apply directly for NAMA certification ($100 application fee) Certification benefits include:
Accepted for court, business, and personal referrals

Listing in NAMA national directory (www.namass.org)

Complimentary workbook, "Real Solution Anger Management Workbook"

Continued marketing support

Venue

352 7th Ave (30th St) 16th FL (1 block from Madison Square Garden)
NYC
New York
United States
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Additional Information

Tuition $599.00 This seminar is an approved Anger Management Specialist-I certification training by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA). The seminar is open to those with a background in mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, education, corrections, law enforcement, pastoral counseling, human resources, and those who need or desire to work with angry and hostile clients. Students in these fields may also be accepted.

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