Welbeing CPD

Anger Management for Occupational Therapists

Welbeing CPD
In Bulphan

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Typology Short course
Location Bulphan
  • Short course
  • Bulphan
Description

Explore the nature of anger and the ways in which it can be expressed. Offer opportunities for participants to reflect on their own feelings and experiences throughout the workshop. Introduce a range of approaches used in the management of anger. Explore how occupational therapy skills can be applied in helping clients learn how to manage their anger. Give participants experience of a variety of activities that may be used in the expression and management of anger. Provide guidelines for participants to analyse activities for their potential use in the expression and management of anger.
Suitable for: Occupational Therapists

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Bulphan (Essex)
North View Church Road, RM14 3RU

Starts

On request

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Course programme

ANGER MANAGEMENT FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

One or two day workshop

The aims of this workshop are to:

  • Explore the nature of anger and the ways in which it can be expressed
  • Offer opportunities for participants to reflect on their own feelings and experiences throughout the workshop
  • Introduce a range of approaches used in the management of anger
  • Explore how occupational therapy skills can be applied in helping clients learn how to manage their anger
  • Give participants experience of a variety of activities that may be used in the expression and management of anger
  • Provide guidelines for participants to analyse activities for their potential use in the expression and management of anger
  • Consider factors which are necessary to ensure the safety of staff and participants in anger management sessions

Topics covered in the workshop include:

How anger is expressed, risk assessment and management, occupational therapy and anger management, assessment, goal setting, outcome measurement and cognitive behavioural approaches to anger management.

Practical sessions include:

Setting ground rules, creative activities, expressive activities, physical activities, relaxing activi-ties, role playing, personal reflection, self-awareness, activity analysis, assertiveness skills, time structuring, managing stress and arousal reduction.


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