LSCI is trauma-informed care in action! Alex Cameron, Director of Clinical Services, Pressley Ridge

Take 20% off of The Angry Smile Online Course–MARCH ONLY!

This month only, we are offering you a 20% discount on your registration for our online training course, The Angry Smile.

The Angry Smile Online training comprehensively examines passive aggressive behavior in children, adolescents, and adults within families, school settings, relationships, workplaces, and online.

Participants will discover how to stop:
Endless conflict cycles
Frustrating arguments
Relationship-damaging wars of words

The Angry Smile Online is a video-based training that provides in-depth instruction in managing passive aggressive behavior, including:

The Developmental Pathways to a Passive Aggressive Personality
The Reasons People Use Passive Aggressive Behavior
The Five Levels of Passive Aggressive Behavior
The Passive Aggressive Conflict Cycle
8 Skills for Effectively Responding to Passive Aggressive Behavior
6 Steps for Changing Passive Aggressive Behavior in the Long Term

Here’s what people are saying about this course:

In my current role, I am frequently interacting with different school teams (adults), parents, and students. I encounter passive aggressive behaviors from various people frequently throughout the week. After this training, I will be able to identify the passive aggressive behaviors in the moment, become cognizant of how I am feeling and how to then purposefully respond so not to respond in a counter Passive Aggressive Manner.

Many of the strategies mentioned in the 8 Skills for Responding to Passive Aggressive Behaviors reflects strategies that we use with students to manage behaviors and elicit different responses. It correlates beautifully with the CPI escalation cycle as well. However, what was super beneficial was understanding the theory behind the development of Passive-Aggressive Behaviors, the levels of PA and why we should respond with specific strategies. I also appreciate the Benign Confrontation as a long-term approach to helping someone with PA behaviors be able to develop a different, healthier cycle to handling feelings of anger.

I think the course was fabulous and I really enjoyed it. I loved the theory and context it provided in order to better understand the fundamentals and root of PA behaviors. Thank you for providing the course!

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