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How To Manage Anger Gaining Control of Ourselves A Complete Guide to Anger Management George Anderson, LCSW, BCD


Part I: Gaining Better Control & Understanding of Ourselves

Control Log Contrasting Wheels of Behavior/Constructive Wheel Destructive Wheel Anger: What is it? What causes it? Anger Check List The Heavy Cost of Anger Anger Destroys Personal relationships Anger Disrupts School and Work Relationships Anger Makes Bad Situations Worse Anger Leads to Aggression Personal/Self Awareness Inventory Some Reasons to Give Up Anger Recognizing Anger Expressions of Anger Identifying High-risk Situations Problems in Relationships with Other People The Anger Journal Your Own Anger Log Seven steps to Anger Control Taking a Time Out Strategies to Handle High-Risk Situations

Part IV: Communication

Improving Communications with Others Self-Assessment: Understanding & Dealing w/ Feelings Roadblocks to Open Communication Phrases for Miscommunication Positive Communication Skills Active Listening Responses Phrases for Active Listening Styles of Communication "I" Messages: Taking Responsibility / What You Feel Guidelines to Conflict Resolution What is Open for Negotiation? 4 Points About Respectful Communication & Conflict Resolution Quiz: Improving Communication Action Plan

Part II: Stress Management

What is Stress? Skill 1: Awareness Skill 2: Acceptance Skill 3: Coping A Thought About What We Have Learned Another Way of Managing Stress How Well do You Manage Stress? Become a Better Listener Stress Log Strategies to Handle High-Risk Situations Review: Stress Test

Part III: Importance of Emotions

Develop an Understanding of Yourself Recognize Patterns of Behavior Learn to Think of Consequences Ask for and Listen to Advice Motivation is the Key to Change Increase in Empathy Managing Negative Emotions Depression Anger Anger as a Response to Fear Responding to and Learning from Anger Anger Management Some Reasons for Anger

Part V: Role Modeling

Communication by Example Negative Parental Values Communicated Positive Parental Values Communicated Quiz


Overview of the Workbook Selected Bibliography Anger Stress Emotional Intelligence Communication

Conover Assessment Instrument: A tool designed to assess an individual's:

· · · · · · Interpersonal Assertion Interpersonal Aggression Interpersonal Deference Empathy Stress Management Skills Change Motivation


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