Anger Management Specialist Certification

Becoming a Certified Anger Management Specialist has many benefits, including:

1) Starting your own anger management program. Once you become certified through Anger Management Essentials, you are eligible to join NAMA as a CAMS-I or CAMS-II. You are also eligible to join CAAMP. Once your membership is accepted with NAMA, you have the option of having your name on their online directory for providers. Once you join CAAMP, you are eligible to have your company name on the CAAMP provider's list which gets distributed to certain courts for anger management referrals. (Membership to NAMA starts at $125/year, and CAAMP is $100/year.)

2) Working for an agency that provides anger management services; or,

3) Implementing an anger management component into your treatment of private practice therapy clients.

Once you have completed the 3-day anger management training and are fully paid, you'll receive a certificate of completion. Should you decide to join NAMA,  you'll receive a Certified Anger Management Specialist certificate I.

To learn more about the National Anger Management Association (NAMA), visit http://www.namass.org/. To learn more about CAAMP, the California Chapter of NAMA, visit www.thecaamp.com.
Learning objectives

1- Participants will be able to use six anger management tools to treat aggressive clients through the training.
2- When screening during an intake, participant will be able to assess whether the client will benefit from an anger management program through the tips discussed during the workshop.
3- Participant will be able to prepare a progress report for both the courts and the workplace.
4- When dealing with disruptions, participant will integrate strategies to manage a cohesive group.
5- Participants will incorporate activities through experiential learning in the training to treat aggressive clients.
6-Participants will demonstrate both group and individual facilitation skills through mock sessions.

Participants will receive:

1- Client workbooks (adult and teen);  
2- The Facilitator's Manual (soft copy);
3- Many clinical tools to be used for each individual or group session;
4- Resources for the various anger management assessment tools; 
5- Four opportunities to practice group and one on one facilitating during the training; and
6- Business forms and paperwork that is requested from the courts (soft copy is also provided).

This training does NOT cover:
1- Marketing your practice, consultation, advertising tips; or
2- CAAMP or NAMA membership fees.

 21 CE's are offered. CAMFT Provider Number 128471Course meets the qualifications for 21 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

NASW provider (coming soon). Check with me for CE approval.

Accommodations - If you have a disability, and need accommodations, please email Anita at anita@anitaavedian.com

Refund policy- visit www.AngerManagementEssentials.com for the refund policy. 
Or request via writing. 

Grievance-  If you have questions or concerns, please do so in writing to Anita Avedian at anita@anitaavedian.com. Your concerns will be addressed within 7 business days. If you are a psychologist only, please email your grievance to Stephanie Haibloom, Psy.D.

Contact Info

Glendale, CA
655 North Central Avenue. 17th Floor
Glendale, CA 91203

Sherman Oaks, CA
15233 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 1208
Sherman Oaks, California 91403

Phone: (818) 426-2495
Fax: (818) 783-2927
Email: anita@anitaavedian.com

 

About the Trainer

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Anita Avedian is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in Beverly Hills, Tarzana, Sherman Oaks and Glendale. She graduated with her M.S. in Educational Psychology, and completed two certifications including Employee Assistance Program and Human Resources from California State University of Northridge. Her specialties include working with relationships, anger, anxiety, and addictions.

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