...And It`s All Your Fault!
Using Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy to
Overcome Anger and Interpersonal Conflict
David Burns, M.D.
Earn 13 CE/CME Hours
Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy (CIT) is a new treatment developed by Dr. Burns to help patients deal with anger, resolve conflicts, and develop more satisfying relationships. You will learn this basic, flexible approach, which can be used to help patients with a wide variety of relationship problems.
You will also learn strategies for dealing with angry patients who blame others and resist change, as well as paradoxical methods to help boost motivation and empower the patient.
After completing this home study, you will be better able to:
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