Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients - A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Manual

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Anger and substance use disorders often co-occur, increasing the risk for negative consequences such as physical aggression, self-harm, distressed relationships, loss of a job, or criminal justice involvement. According to a 2014 meta-analysis of 23 studies, nearly half of people who committed homicides were under the influence of alcohol and 37 percent were intoxicated (Kuhns, Exum, Clodfelter, & Bottia, 2014).  Anger, violence, and associated traumatic stress can often correlate with the initiation of drug and alcohol use and can be a consequence of substance use. Individuals who experience traumatic events, for example, may experience anger and act violently, as well as misuse drugs or alcohol. Clinicians often see how anger and violence and substance use are linked (Shopshire & Reilly, 2013).
Many clients with substance use and mental health issues experience traumatic life events, which, in turn, lead to substance use, anger, and increased risk for violence. Meta-analyses have reliably demonstrated the efficacy of cognitive–behavioral therapy in the treatment of addictions and other mental health issues, such as depression, traumatic stress, and anxiety.
To provide clinicians with tools to help deal with this important issue, the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is pleased to present revised and updated versions of Anger Management for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Clients: A Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Manual and its companion book Anger Management for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Clients: Participant Workbook, which were originally published in 2002.
The anger management treatment design in this manual, which has been delivered to thousands of clients over the past three decades, has been popular with both clinicians and clients. This format of the manual lends itself to use in a variety of clinical settings; can be adapted to accommodate different racial-ethnic minority groups and genders, and diverse treatment
settings; and will be a helpful tool for the field.

7/2020 At Health requested and received permission to use SAMHSA publications (with proper citation) in their entirety for CE Courses at athealth.com.

Target audience:  Psychologists, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, addiction counselors, nurses

This CE program is designated as beginner.

Course Content Categories: Substance Abuse; Clinical; Domestic Violence

Published by At Health 9/2/2020

Syllabus

  • Print Version / Test Preview
  • Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Manual
  • Participant Workbook
  • Citation
  • CE Test
  • Evaluation

Author Bio

Numerous people contributed to the development of this manual (see appendix). The publication was written by Patrick M. Reilly, Ph.D., and Michael S. Shopshire, Ph.D., of the San Francisco Treatment Research
Center. Sharon Hall, Ph.D., was the Treatment Research Center’s Principal Investigator.
This publication is, in part, a product of research conducted with support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Grant DA 09253, awarded to the University of California–San Francisco. The research for this publication was also supported by funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs to the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. This publication was updated under contract number 270-14-0445 by the Knowledge Application Program (KAP) for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Suzanne Wise served as the Contracting
Officer’s Representative, and Candi Byrne served as Alternate Contracting Officer’s Representative. Darrick D.Cunningham, LCSW, BCD, and Arlin Hatch, CDR, USPHS, Ph.D., served as the Product Champions.

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Learning Objectives

Based on the content of this course, I can:

  • Describe skills and strategies for managing anger
  • Explain the anger meter and how it can be used to monitor anger
  • Name the categories of cues to anger
  • Demonstrate how to develop an anger control plan
  • Give examples of relaxation techniques used to counter escalating anger
  • Differentiate between the stages in the aggression cycle and describe common indicators of each stage

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