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Friday's Progress Notes - November 20 ,
Mental Health Information - Vol. 2 Issue 40
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1. Anger management overview for counselors
2. Anger management skills and strategies
3. When a sibling is disabled
4. Preventing inhalant abuse
5. STD prevention
6. Counseling infertile couples
7. Aging with dignity
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John L. Miller, MD
1. ERIC DIGEST
Anger Management 1: An Overview for Counselors
Anger. Everybody experiences it and everybody expresses it. It is a natural and healthyhuman emotion when managed effectively. But it can be a source of various physical, mental, emotional, social, or legal problems when not managed effectively.
2. ERIC DIGEST
Anger Management 2: Counselors Strategies and Skills
Many different strategies and skills for anger management intervention have been tried and tested. Some of the most empirically supported interventions are cognitive-behavioral interventions including relaxation coping skills, cognitive interventions, behavioral coping and social skills training, and problem-solving skills training.
3. NATIONAL INFORMATION CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES
Children with Disabilities: Understanding Sibling Issues
The birth of a child with a disability or chronic illness, or the discovery that a child has a disability, has a profound effect on a family.
4. U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
A parent's guide to preventing inhalant abuse. Every year, young people in this country die of inhalant abuse. Hundreds suffer severe consequences, including permanent brain damage, loss of muscle control, and destruction of the heart, blood, kidney, liver, and bone marrow.
5. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL
STD Prevention: Genital Herpes
Questions and answers about genital herpes.
6. MONITOR ON PSYCHOLOGY
Help for intertile Couples: A Growing Practice Niche
Practitioners looking for a market niche might consider treating couples who
7. AGING WITH DIGNITY
This document encourages people to express how they want to be treated if
they are seriously ill and unable to speak for themselves.
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