Chronic anger can be costly, both physically and emotionally. Most people can use their anger in appropriate ways in some situations, and yet be ineffective in others. The Real Solution Anger Management Workbook reduces the levels of anger, especially in provocative situations.
Chronic anger can be costly, both physically and emotionally. Most people can use their anger in appropriate ways in some situations, and yet be ineffectual in others. Working with The Real Solution Anger Management Workbook reduces levels of anger, especially in provocative
situations. You will learn effective coping behaviors to stop escalation and to resolve conflicts. Graduated homework assignments allow participants to apply their newly acquired skills. The Real Solution Management Workbook employs the three major anger interventions by using model presentation, rehearsal, as well as positive feedback and prompting.
SKILLS AND CONCEPTS
The Problem with Shame
The Anger Log
Anger Is a Two-Part Process
Primitive Brain / Evolved Brain
Ventilation Doesn’t Work
Anger Is Different from Aggression
Coping Is Better than Blaming
ABC Cognitive Theory
More Coping Skills
Still More Coping Skills
Response Choice Rehearsal
To reduce levels of anger especially in provocative situations.
To learn effective coping behaviors in order to halt escalation
and to resolve conflicts. The goal is not to express your anger
experience, to process anger, to understand the psycho-dynamics' of anger, or to ventilate.
Anger is a response to what life sometimes brings us, most often an interaction with another human being. Angry feelings start with an experience of pain. This hurt can be physical or emotional: it can be a stomachache or fatigue, feelings of rejection or loss. The pain causes a biological arousal, a strong desire for release. The particular forms of the release or response can be either creative, or destructive.
Everyone has reasons to be angry from time to time; there are many injustices in the world and in our lives. The feeling of anger is a signal, a red flag telling us that we perceive something either 'not right' or 'not fair.' Destructive response to anger however is a problem in the world, in families, in the workplace, and in relationships.