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Understanding Anxiety

Explains the difference between normal anxiety and an anxiety disorder. Describes the causes of anxiety. Outlines the demographics of anxiety. Describes the anxious personality. Recognizes and describes the most common anxiety disorders in adults and children including symptoms and treatment. Describes the role of exercise in treating anxiety. Describes common methods of assessing anxiety in primary care settings. Explains how state anxiety and trait anxiety differ. Outlines common comorbidities frequently seen with anxiety.
$25.00

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the difference between normal anxiety and an anxiety disorder.
  2. Describe the causes of anxiety.
  3. Outline the demographics of anxiety.
  4. Describe the anxious personality.
  5. Recognize and describe the most common anxiety disorders in adults and children including symptoms and treatment.
  6. Describe the role of exercise in treating anxiety.
  7. Describe common methods of assessing anxiety in primary care settings.
  8. Explain how state anxiety and trait anxiety differ.
  9. Outline common comorbidities frequently seen with anxiety.
Products specifications
Instructor B. Sternberg, Ph.D.
Contact Hours: 3
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Psychology of Bullying

Defines various forms of bullying, associated behavioral traits, and prevalence. Describes individual, family, and social factors related to child and youth bullying. Explains bias-based bullying including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities. Discusses cyber bullying and associated problems. Describes bullying within friendships. Discusses intervention and treatment strategies for child and youth bullying. Outlines the problem of office and workplace bullying and how to respond to it.
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Understanding Anger

Identifies definitions of anger. Describes the anatomy of anger. Defines common types of anger. Identifies the phases of the anger cycle. Describes gender differences in anger expression. Discusses ways in which anger is measured. Describes ways of managing and treating problematic anger. Discusses how expressed or repressed anger can affect physical health.
$20.00

Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Identiies the major components of cognitivebehavioral therapy and the causative relationship between environmental events, thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Lists the common types of flawed and irrational beliefs that create depression, anxiety, and stress. Describes the “ABC” process of converting irrational thinking into rational thinking. Describes cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies for depression and anxiety. Defines “allostasis” and “allostatic load” aspects of stress and describe the “Stress Inoculation Training” approach to stress management.