This angerdisorder describes apersistent (present6months or more),consistent,
and intense anger reaction to a circumscribed situation (e.g., inresponse to a
critical supervisoror discourteous drivers) ortoacluster ofsituations thatshare a ...
Author: Howard Kassinove
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Anger is a daily experience. It is encountered in a number of interpersonal, family and occupational situations. Research indicates that even "normal" parents worry that they will lose control of their anger and harm their children. When short-lived and of low intensity, anger may be of some help to us; in contrast, when it is persistent and intense, it is typically highly disruptive.; This text reviews facts and theories of anger. Anger is differentiated from annoyance, fury, rage, hostility and the behaviours of aggression and violence, and attention is paid to understanding anger both as a normal experience and as a clinical disorder. Specific anger diagnoses are presented to describe disruptive anger states and traits. Anger in criminal populations is also discussed and behaviour-analytic, cognitive-constructivist and cross-cultural perspectives are presented in detail.; The book argues that it is important to understand the causes, correlations and outcomes of anger and to develop effective remediation programmes when anger is excessive and disruptive. Thus, following a meta-analyses of the effectiveness of published treatments, two chapters present "ideal" therapy programmes for adult and childhood adolescent anger disorders. Finally, a model is presented to help understand anger development and resolution.
There are three broad categories of anger expressions: aggressive,
passiveaggressive, and assertive. Both aggressive and passive-aggressive
expressions are used with the intent to hurt. Assertive expressions of anger, on
the other hand, ...
Author: Gary Hankins
Publisher: Barclay Press
Category: Family & Relationships
This fully revised and expanded edition includes insightful self-assessment tools for greater self-awareness, a selection of the most popular handouts from Hankins's anger management workshops, and a new comprehensive reference list and suggested readings.
In this part, I help you tackle the challenge of managing anger in the moment.
Most people get in trouble simply because they don't know what to do when they
begin to experience anger. In effect, it's what you don't know (for example, that all
Psychological treatments for anger problems have a very short history, little more
than 30 years, though advice about how better to handle anger has been offered
by the wise and the philosophical over many centuries. The term 'treatment' is ...
Author: Andrew Day
Publisher: Federation Press
Category: Aboriginal Australians
This book is for social work and criminal justice practitioners who wish to develop culturally appropriate and effective programs for reducing anger-related violence perpetrated by Indigenous men. It places cultural context at the heart of any intervention, broadening the focus from problematic behaviour to a more holistic notion of well-being. The book is structured in three parts. Part 1 explores Indigenous perspectives on anger and violence, on both sociological and psychological levels. The different views presented show there is no single "cause" but provide contexts for understanding an individual's anger. Part 2 outlines methodologies and processes for collecting meaningful data on anger and Indigenous men. Part 3 presents ideas for developing and delivering anger management programs that meet the needs of Indigenous men: how to adapt existing programs in culturally appropriate ways specific needs of the staff delivering the programs a pedagogical framework and sample session plans, and future directions for program development and evaluationThe contributors include psychologists, counsellors, educationalists and academics from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous backgrounds.
The Anger Log The Log is an important tool for looking at yourself, making
changes, and noticing progress. When you write in The Log, it should include the
date and time, the situation, the trigger thoughts you had that made you feel
angry (on ...
Author: Anita Bohensky, PhD
Publisher: Growth Central LLC
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Too much anger can be costly, both physically and emotionally. Most kids and teens can use their anger in appropriate ways in some situations, and yet be ineffective in others. The Anger Management Workbook for Kids and Teens reduces levels of anger, especially in provocative situations. Kids and Teens will learn effective coping behaviors to stop escalation and to resolve conflicts. Graduated homework assignments allow participants to apply their newly acquired skills. The Anger Management Workbook for Kids and Teens employs the three major anger control interventions by using model presentations, rehearsal, positive feedback and promoting. The Workbook is designed especially for adolescents and pre-adolescents.
Children and teens express anger in many different ways. At times it is very easy
to recognize their anger, such as when they are hostile or aggressive toward
others or are physically destructive of property. We can readily understand why ...
Author: Bernard Golden
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Family & Relationships
How should we respond to a child's temper tantrum? To a teenager's sullen resentment? How can we help children and teens experience their anger without being overwhelmed by it? How can we deal with their anger before it leads to depression, isolation, or even violence? In Healthy Anger, Bernard Golden draws upon more than twenty years of experience as a psychologist and teacher to offer specific, practical strategies for helping children and teens manage their anger constructively. Golden has developed a set of skills that parents, teachers, and counselors can use to show children how to identify the causes of anger; how to respond to it in ways that lead to an internal sense of competence and self-control; how to use anger to understand their own emotional situation; and how to develop a greater capacity for empathy towards themselves and others. And he shows parents how to cope with outbursts--including clear, step-by-step instructions and problem-solving skills--how to derail escalating anger, reward good behaviors, and recognize when professional help is needed. For anyone who has ever helplessly confronted a child's rage or a teenager's defiant fury, Healthy Anger offers a wealth of wise insight, clear advice, and eminently practical strategies for turning anger into understanding.
individuals would score on measures of anger-in. In fact, this theory raises the
issue of what is meant by the term anger-in. Anger-in can refer to anger that is
directed at the self and that might be expressed outwardly or not. Ask yourself if
Author: Raymond DiGiuseppe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Since classical times, philosophers and physicians have identified anger as a human frailty that can lead to violence and human suffering, but with the development of a modern science of abnormal psychology and mental disorders, it has been written off as merely an emotional symptom and excluded from most accepted systems of psychiatric diagnosis. Yet despite the lack of scientific recognition, anger-related violence is often in the news, and courts are increasingly mandating anger management treatment. It is time for a fresh scientific examination of one of the most fundamental human emotions and what happens when it becomes pathological, and this thorough, persuasive book offers precisely such a probing analysis. Using both clinical data and a variety of case studies, esteemed anger researchers Raymond DiGiuseppe and Raymond Chip Tafrate argue for a new diagnostic classification, Anger Regulation and Expression Disorder, that will help bring about clinical improvements and increased scientific understanding of anger. After situating anger in both historical and emotional contexts, they report research that supports the existence of several subtypes of the disorder and review treatment outcome studies and new interventions to improve treatment. The first book that fully explores anger as a clinical phenomenon and provides a reliable set of assessment criteria, it represents a major step toward establishing the clear definitions and scientific basis necessary for assessing, diagnosing, and treating anger disorders.
Anger avoiders squirm uncomfortably when they have to face their anger, like ten
-year-olds who have been told by their parents to go over and talk to each other
at a party: “Do I have to? I don't wanna. I won't know what to say. I wanna stay ...
Author: Ronald T. Potter-Efron
This book identifies the eleven most common anger patterns and offers step-by-step help for overcoming them.
This chapter is written for anyone seeking more effective ways of dealing with anger, both anger that arises in one's personal life and anger at the institutional
or social-systems level. Persons whose anger is chronically out of control or who
Author: Carroll Saussy
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
This book provides a biblical basis and a very practical and viable methodology for using and expressing anger in a healthy and redemptive way.
2002), and that poor anger control is an important determinant of challenging
behaviour for this group (Taylor 2002, Taylor et al. 2002). The behavioural
expressions of anger, such as verbal or physical aggression, can present as a
Author: Nick Hagiliassis
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Many people with intellectual disabilities have difficulty managing feelings of anger. Anger Management is a complete training package for helping people with intellectual or physical disabilities deal with anger in constructive, effective ways. The training programme consists of 12 fully-scripted sessions dealing with topics such as recognising feelings of anger, learning to relax and think calmly, and being assertive and handling problems competently. Each session follows a standard format, including introductions, reviews of previous sessions, and explanations. Photocopiable handouts, facilitator's script and evaluation sheets are provided for each session. Designed specifically for people with intellectual disabilities, but suitable for people with physical disabilities too, this training package provides relevant and authoritative information and exercises. It is a tried-and-tested resource which will provide effective strategies for anger management trainers, psychologists and counsellors.
Anger as Analysis and Aesthetic in American Women's Literature [T]he emotion
which accompanies the first steps toward liberation is, for most women, anger. . . .
Through the exercise of your anger . . . you gam strength. . . . [Ajnger finds its ...
Author: Linda M. Grasso
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Grasso explores the ways in which black and white 19th-century women writers define, express, and dramatize anger. Offering close readings of works by Lydia Maria Child, Maria W. Stewart, Fanny Fern, and Harriet Wilson, she shows how women used an aesthetic of discontent to address such complex social and political issues as slavery, industrialization, imperialism, and race relations.
Although I was no stranger to anger the first time around, either in my personal
life or in my experiences with the movement for women's rights over the last two
decades, neither had I written this book to exorcise some personal angry demon.
Author: Carol Tavris
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Family & Relationships
Drawing on extensive research, a social psychologist and journalist refutes popular myths about the emotion of anger and how it functions and challenges many of the concepts of psychotherapy
Don't lgnore Anger! Anger can be stressful and scary, but if you ignore it, you will
feel worse. You might feel the anger in your body. For example, you might feel so
angry that you get a headache or stomachache. If you ignore your anger for a ...
Author: Julie Fiedler
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Describes and illustrates anger and provides practical advice for coping with it.
People with petrified anger become obsessed with their feelings of anger and
hostility. They derive a sense of satisfaction reliving what happened because it
spurs feelings of rage. In their minds, they believe that by reliving the event,
Author: Peter A Sacco
Publisher: DoctorZed Publishing
DO YOU KNOW YOUR ANGER TYPE? Let's face it, everyone gets angry. Anger is a normal and acceptable human emotion. Unfortunately, anger is usually expressed in non-productive and unacceptable ways. In this book, you will learn: * How thoughts determine your emotions. * How to control and express your anger. * The 12-types of anger. * The rules for managing anger. The concepts and strategies in this book will not only help you with your anger-management, it will also help you understand why you are angry and how to create positive change in your life. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Peter Sacco has been working with individuals in private practice and support groups for over a decade. He specializes in anger-management classes, workshops/seminars, individual coaching and counseling. As a professor, he teaches at universities and colleges in the United States and Canada. He holds courses in addiction studies, police studies, criminal psychology, and education. Peter also produces television shows and was the host of "Mental Health Matters."
—James R. Averill (1986) n the medieval West, anger posed a conceptual
dilemma for anyone who thought about it. On the one hand, it was out of control.
Thus Alcuin, echoing the Stoics, noted with disdain how anger “took over,"
Author: Barbara H. Rosenwein
Publisher: Cornell University Press
This book considers the role of anger in the social lives and conceptual universes of a varied and significant cross-section of medieval people: monks, saints, kings, lords, and peasants.
Anger. My husband yells about the bills; my girlfriend gets angry and avoids me;
my boss goes into a tirade about things that are beyond my control; my coworker
talks about me behind my back and thinks I don't know it. Clients have made ...
Author: Lorrainne Bilodeau
Publisher: Hazelden Publishing
Get the better of your anger before it gets the better of you. Someone blames you, berates you, fails you, talks behind your back. Sure, you're mad--but what good does it do you? Plenty, if you learn the lessons of this wise and practical book, which teaches how anger, that most destructive of emotions, can be put to good, constructive uses--if only it's recognized, understood, approached, and managed mindfully. An eye-opening how-to book on making the most of anger, The Anger Workbook combines the latest scientific research with provocative questions and exercises to take you to the very source of your anger, your attitudes about it, and your power to use it as a positive force for change and growth.
Everyone with a particular primary anger style does not act exactly the same. For
example, although there are certainly many similarities among those with the
aggressive anger style—namely that they tend to act out their anger versus
Author: Beverly Engel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Honor Your Anger is a clearly written, insightful look at a topic that concerns everyone. You can indeed learn to understand and manage your anger, and this book will show you how." --Robert Epstein, Ph.D., West Coast Editor, Psychology Today, Director Emeritus, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, University Research Professor, California School of Professional Psychology "A critical first step for people who have trouble getting in touch with their anger and expressing it in direct and appropriate ways." --Virginia Williams, Ph.D., coauthor of Anger Kills and Lifeskills Do you act out your anger in destructive or underhanded ways? Or do you suppress your anger and turn other people's abuse and criticism against yourself? Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. But if it's channeled in negative directions, anger can do real damage to you and your loved ones. In this provocative, healing book, psychotherapist Beverly Engel explains why your personal anger style may be hurting your relationships, your career, and yourself. She then shows you step by step how to transform a negative anger style into a positive one. Once you've discovered how to express your anger in healthy ways, you'll find that anger can empower you, motivate you to make important changes, and help you gain a sense of control over your life.
Chapter Three : Anger and Interpersonal Communication You have probably
noticed how some people are able to talk with other people and make friends so
easily that it seems they were born with these abilities . And have you noticed that
Author: Gerry Dunne
Publisher: Personhood Press
Annotation Anger and Conflict Management: Leader's Guide offers conflict management advice to adults and teens in connection with its companion text for participants, Anger and Conflict Management: Personal Handbook. The techniques illustrated encourage users to turn their anger around to interact peacefully and productively with associates and family. Leaders learn how to help participants understand the purposes of anger and channel it into constructive and useful actions. The personal handbook is a guided journal with ideas, short stories, and questions for students to answer in writing, enabling them to examine their personal responses to life's typical anger-provoking situations at home, work, school, and elsewhere.
DIRECTIONS OF ANGER We have examined the core irrational belief leading to anger (i.e., "Things must/ought/should be as I would like them to be.") This belief
produces anger that can be directed at any number of circumstances. Anger ...
Author: Jerry Wilde
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Twenty-nine collected essays represent a critical history of Shakespeare's play as text and as theater, beginning with Samuel Johnson in 1765, and ending with a review of the Royal Shakespeare Company production in 1991. The criticism centers on three aspects of the play: the love/friendship debate.
CHAPTER FOUR Resigning from Anger — The Western Way w hen we get to
Jesus, on one level an archetypally mystical Jewish Rabbi, he models anger as
righteous indignation quite strongly in his teaching and challenging of the Roman
Author: Robert A. F. Thurman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Heated words, cool malice, deadly feuds, the furious rush of adrenaline-anger is clearly the most destructive of the seven deadly sins. It can ruin families, wreck one's health, destroy peace of mind and, at its worst, lead to murder, genocide, and war. In Anger, Robert A. F. Thurman, best-selling author and one of America's leading authorities on Buddhism and Eastern philosophy, offers an illuminating look at this deadliest of sins. In the West, Thurman points out, anger is seen as an inevitable part of life, an evil to be borne, not overcome. There is the tradition of the wrathful God, of Jesus driving the money-changers from the temple. If God can be angry, how can men rid themselves of this destructive emotion? Thurman shows that Eastern philosophy sees anger differently. Certainly, it is a dreadful evil, one of the "three poisons" that underlie all human suffering. But Buddhism teaches that anger can be overcome. Indeed, the defeat of anger is not only possible, but also the only thing worth doing in a lifetime. Thurman shows how to recognize the destructiveness of anger and understand its workings, and how we can go from being a slave to anger to becoming "a knight of patience." We discover finally that when this deadliest emotion is transmuted by wisdom, it can become the most powerful force in freeing us from human suffering. Drawing on the time-tested wisdom of Buddhism, Robert A. F. Thurman ranges from the individual struggle with anger to global crises spurred by dogmatic ideologies, religious fanaticism, and racial prejudice. He offers a path of calm understanding in a time of terrorism and war.