Posts Tagged ‘Beaumont’

Professional Consequences for the Disruptive Physician—the role of other physicians and professional organizations

Physicians considered “disruptive” in their professional lives are now faced with a greater possibility of administrative interventions due to JCAHO standards.  Interventions could result in loss of facility privileges, limited or lost privileges to practice medicine and even legal proceedings.  Physicians should be aware that administrative agencies could require that a disruptive physician undergo psychological…

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Anger Management Executive Coaching Services for Physicians in Houston, Texas

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…

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Anger Management and Emotional Intelligence

The four domains of emotional intelligence are: ·Self-awareness/anger management ·Self-control ·Social Awareness ·Relationship Management Anger management is actually the key to managing all intense, negative emotions. Emotions determine our styles of communication as well as our ability to make decisions. Anger is a common symptom of stress. All legitimate anger management classes, as well as…

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Recession Increases the Demand for Anger Management Services

As our economy continues to decline, there is a dramatic increase in referrals to anger management coaching programs. It is generally recognized that stress is rampant among persons who have lost jobs, faced foreclosures and other consequences of a down economy. The holiday period exacerbates these stresses. Anger is a secondary emotion that is always…

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Economic Crises Fuels Stress and Anger

One of the unfortunate consequences of the tragedy of 9/11 was a nationwide increase in the incidence of anger, stress, PTSD, depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Research conducted by the Rand Corporation and the Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA Medical Center indicated that the impact of this disaster on vulnerable persons was the same, independent of…

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Assertive Communication Tips for Those Who Manage Others

Be Civil: Speak honestly without meanness, viciousness or attack. Be empathetic and positive: Emphasize outcome and solutions. Choose your words to elevate and  empower your employees. Examine problems and hold your employers and yourself accountable, not  for blame, but for finding solutions. Speak clearly: Be straightforward, direct, and open. Listen carefully: Listen to others more…

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The Many Faces Of Anger

Having over thirty years experience as a psychotherapist, I have seen anger expressed in many of its forms, by omission and commission. Usually we have a way of expressing anger that is our signature, that is a way of being angry that we resort to over and over again, when we are in conflict. Habits…

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