Join us at the first National Anger Management Association National Conference. Approved for CEUs from NBCC, NASW, NAADAC, CA-BBS, IAODAPCA.
Ronald Potter-Efron, MSW, PhD is Director of the Anger Management Program at First Things First Counseling and Consulting Altoona, WI. He is author of 15 books including the Handbook of Anger Management; Angry All the Time; and Healing the Angry Brain. He is a Distinguished Diplomate of NAMA and CAMS-V.
Patricia Potter-Efron, MS, is Director of the Women’s Domestic Violence Treatment Program at First Things First Counseling and Consulting in Altoona, WI. She is co-author of Letting Go of Anger and Letting Go of Shame. She is a Distinguished Diplomate of NAMA and CAMS-V.
Rich Pfeiffer, MDiv, PhD is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in anger management and relationships. He is author of many books and publications including the Anger Management Workbook and Curriculum, and Real Solution Anger Management Workbook. He is a Distinguished Diplomate of NAMA and CAMS-V.
Lynette J. Hoy is a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and the co-author of all editions of “What’s Good About Anger?” and the founder of the Anger Management Institute. She is a Diplomate of NAMA and a Certified Anger Management Specialist-IV.
Steve Yeschek is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, the co-founder of the Anger Management Institute (AMI) and an ordained pastor. Steve coaches clients in anger management and facilitates the AMI anger management groups. He is a Diplomate of NAMA and a Certified Anger Management Specialist-IV.
David Hoy is the senior partner of The Law Offices of Hoy & Sahlas, Ltd. and has nearly
30 years of experience as an attorney. David is familiar with the legal implications for anger
Christian Conte, PhD is a psychologist, author, and professional speaker who specializes in
anger management and communication, and was an award-winning, tenured professor at the
University of Nevada, Reno. He co-founded a center in South Lake Tahoe, California, to work
with people who have been convicted of violent crimes.
|Healing the Angry Brain: Helping Angry, Aggressive and Domestically Violent Individuals Change their Brains and Behaviors|
|Anger and the Angry Brain|
|Changing the Angry Brain|
|Necessary ingredients for real change|
|Beyond Emotional Intelligence: The Future of Adult Development|
|7 Affective Systems: Neuroscience Looks at the Primitive Brain|
|New Mindfulness Techniques for Anger Management|
|Keys to Defusing Anger and Hostility in Marriage|
|Treating Angry Men and Women within a – Perpetrators of Domestic Violence – Setting
Legal Implications for Anger Management
Yield Theory of Anger Management: Working with people who have been convicted of violent crimes
NAMA Members: $199
Students (birth date after 1989): $125
Registration – (after 5/1/2013)
NAMA Members: $299
Students (birth date after 1989): $199