Join us to hear Sam Franklin, LAMFT and Stanley Thiele, LP present “Social Emotions: How to Manage Anger and Guilt “ at St. Cloud State University on Saturday, July 8th, 2017 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Anger and guilt are both social emotions that can be difficult to manage and also lead to problems in relationships. Often we teach clients how to manage short-term anger that is happening in the present, but it is also important to address stored anger that has built up from the past. Others will be at the opposite end of the spectrum with experiencing irrational guilt more of the time.
Attendees will learn about the purpose of anger and guilt, how to teach client ways to manage irrational guilt as well as short-term and stored anger, when and how to discharge anger and guilt appropriately, and how anger and guilt collide.
Sam Franklin, LAMFT has worked in a variety of settings, such as clinics, schools, in homes, and residential settings. She has previously worked with at-risk youth and their families, as well as facilitated DBT groups and day treatment. Sam currently runs a mood management group with Stan in addition to her individual and relational work with clients.
Stanley Thiele, LP is a clinical psychologist at the Associated Clinic of Psychology in Minneapolis, Mn. As a clinical generalist he works a great deal with mood disorders and relationship issues. He works with individual clients, groups and presents seminars related to mental health issues. Mr. Thiele has developed paradigm shifting programs for measuring and treating mood disorders that integrate working with anger, anxiety, confusion, depression, grief and guilt with a common stimulus – response approach. He has also extensively developed specific strategies and approaches for helping therapists improve their ability to influence their clients.
This SoS event is sponsored by MAMFT and there is no cost to attend.
Eligible for up to two CEUs (self-submit) through the MN MFT Regulatory Board.
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St. Cloud State University