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Anger: From Dysregulation to Regulation in Both Client and Therapist

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Ari Badaines, PhD
1 Hour 01 Minutes
Nov 21, 2022
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Few practitioners escape dealing with angry clients. When this occurs, both clients and therapists find it very distressing. Attending this workshop will help you to better comprehend the meaning and function of your clients anger; the main emphasis however is on helping your client to effectively manage their anger in the moment (and beyond). Equally important in this presentation is giving the therapist tools to cope with their own reaction (usually fear and/or anger, or paralysis) and to use their countertransference reaction to enhance the therapeutic work.



This online program is worth 1.25 hours CPD.



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Dr Ari Badaines trained as a clinical psychologist in the USA and received a post-doctoral National Institute of Mental Health fellowship in Washington, DC. Ari has been a consultant to numerous organisations including Relate in the UK, Richmond Fellowship and Youth-in-Search in Australia. He has taught at various universities in the USA, UK, and Australia including ACU and ACAP in Sydney and has also has led workshops in over twenty countries. Ari has been in private practice for over 45 years. The main theoretical orientation of his training was psychodynamic psychotherapy, and he had many years of supervised, clinical practice, including a one year pre doctoral internship at a psycho-analytic training institute in New York. As the demands for therapy grew, the ‘payer’ (governments, insurance companies, clients) demanded more parsimonious approaches, Ari undertook trainings to develop the skills for TLDP. He currently maintains a private practice in Sydney, consults to treatment organisations and supervises other therapists; he is a popular presenter for Pesi AU and runs trainings in the UK and Europe twice a year.


  1. Assess anger in terms of its meaning and function.
  2. Formulate effective techniques to help the client move from dysregulation to regulation.
  3. Demonstrate how to manage your own countertransference response to the anger and use it to enhance the therapeutic outcomes.


  • Anger as a behaviour - its meaning and function. 
  • Techniques to help your client move from anger dysregulation to regulation. 
  • Tools to help the therapist/counselor manage your own reactions to client's anger.  
  • The countertransference reaction: how to use it to enhance therapeutic outcomes.

Target Audience

  • Counselors
  • Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers



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