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Adolescents in a substance abuse population can be resistant, impulsive, and self centered. Reducing Anger in Adolescents: An REBT Approach
helps you open the door to verbal interventions that are nonconfrontational, proactive, and collaborative.
This easy-to-follow program draws on the empirically based treatment modality of REBT. For its proven effectiveness in 2004 Reducing Anger in Adolescents received the Joint Commission Ernest A. Codman Award in the behavioral health category. This prestigious award recognizes organizations that demonstrates excellence and outcomes measurement.
Hazelden has manualized the evidence-based treatment protocol into an effective, easy-to-use resource. The instructional design makes progress measurable for clinicians and learning enjoyable for young clients. The curriculum includes client handouts (in print and on CD-ROM), a nine-minute video on CD-ROM, and facilitator manual packaged in a three-ring binder. The facilitator manual helps you apply REBT techniques and introduces a group process to help teens integrate REBT into their recovery and lives. The facilitator manual is also available with a Post test worth 10 CE hours.
*Hazelden is an approved continuing education provider by NAADAC (program #0003810), CAADAC (program #OS-04-651-1014), and IAODAPCA (program #8737).