Anger Management Institute of Texas’ Executive Coaching Program for Disruptive Physicians is experiencing a dramatic increase in referrals from Texas, and Louisiana.
All of the referrals have been made by management of accredited hospital/organizations as a result of JCAHO Sentinel Event Alert Issue 40, July 9, 2008 which became effective January 1, 2009 regarding physicians displaying disruptive behaviors in the workplace.
Our Anger Management Executive Coaching 10 Hour program is available for clients who would prefer a private setting or are not appropriate for mixed or open groups. Such individuals may include, but are not limited to, high profile individuals, physicians, attorneys, judges, faculty, law enforcement, and high-level management.
The program is designed to improve stress and anger management, communication, empathy, and emotional intelligence. Initially, a confidential Anger Management Map, and Emotional Intelligence Profile assessment is utilized to determine your current level of functioning in the following areas:
1. Interpersonal Aggression
2. Interpersonal Assertion
3. Interpersonal Deference
4. Interpersonal Awareness
7. Drive Strength/Motivation
8. Decision Making
9. Time Management
11. Commitment Ethic
12. Stress Management
13. Physical Wellness
14. Personal Change Orientation
Based on the results of the assessments, our Executive Coaching clients are provided with an individualized plan of action that includes exercises and behavior logging tools to facilitate the learning process. Sessions concludes with a review and a summary. If at all possible these classes should be completed in a timely manner; evening and weekend hours are available. The weekend program schedule is:
• Friday 6 – 8 PM Assessment and review
• Saturday 1 – 5 PM Executive Coaching
• Sunday 8 – 12 Noon Executive Coaching
Note: We provide optional 30 Day, 60 Day, and 90 Day 30 minutes (telephone or in-person) follow-ups.
Gregory A. Kyles, M.A., LPC, CEAP, CAMF
Director, Anger Management Institute of Texas
Diplomate, President of Texas Chapter
American Association of Anger Management Providers