Anger Management

Responding with anger to certain people or events can be a normal, and even healthy response to certain situations. Anger can help someone to cope with, accept, and deal with these situations as they arise. However, feelings of anger and irritability should be dealt with properly, and the intensity of the emotion being felt should match the situation. Anger can be triggered by many things, and a person’s ability to cope with it can be affected by many factors - some as simple as if they are tired or hungry. But if anger is becoming a common response to minor irritations, it cannot be resolved quickly, or the intensity of the anger causes someone to act out with physical or emotional violence, there may be an underlying problem. Other conditions such as depression, anxiety, nutrition imbalances or undiagnosed mental health issues may be involved. If you would like to find resources within your community to help diagnose an anger problem, or help and coping strategies to manage anger, you’ve come to the right place.

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Anger Management

The Complete Treatment Guidebook for Practitioners

The field of anger management is cluttered with fiction, myth, and wishful thinking. Here at last is a research-based and empirically validated anger episode model." Kassinove and Tafrate offer a comprehensive program that can be implemented almost immediately; they clearly spell out how to help clients understand, manage, and prevent unhealthy anger. Features training procedures and guidelines for assessment, understanding, awareness, motivation, and relapse prevention. "

Anger Management for Everyone

Ten Proven Strategies to Help You Control Anger and Live a Happier Life

“A practical, easy-to-follow guide to getting control of your anger so that you can live a more productive life today. … Rather than get angry, get this book.” —Robert L. Leahy, PhD, director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy We all get angry sometimes. But if you feel angry all of time—and if your anger makes others uncomfortable, creates distance in your relationships, disrupts your ability to think clearly and make good decisions, or otherwise results in behaviors that you regret or find embarrassing later—it’s time to make a change. Written by two clinical psychologists with decades of experience using cognitive behavioral interventions to treat anger, Anger Management for Everyone provides a comprehensive, research-based program to keep anger in its place. This revised and updated second edition includes new information on the environmental effects on anger, such as hunger and sleep; new progressive muscle relaxation and mindfulness exercises; and new strategies and tips for improving social and interpersonal skills. With the authors’ enhanced “Anger Episode Model,” and the ten proven-effective skills for anger management in this helpful guide, you’ll come to better understand and control your problem anger, learn how to cope with everyday disappointments and frustrations, and experience more happiness, success, and vitality in all areas of your life.

Anger Management For Dummies

Anger Management

Excessive anger destroys relationships, careers, health and inner peace. it saps the joy of living, leaves you feeling ashamed and foolish, and turns everyday's challanges into explsive battlegrounds. Anger Management book reduces levels of anger, especially in provocative situations. People will learn effective coping behaviors to stop escalation and to resolve conflicts. Graduated homework assignmets allow participants to apply their newly acquired skills. Participants to apply their newly acquired skills. This book has been designed with following features : Designed especially for Kids and Teens, Learn important life skills for career and relationships, Learn how to halt escalation in angry situations,Learn how to identify and deal with trigger thoughts, Learn the real reasons underneath the angry feelings and monitor angry feelings using the Anger Log

Handbook of Anger Management

Individual, Couple, Family, and Group Approaches

Get the most from your ability to work with clients suffering the effects of chronic anger The Handbook of Anger Management provides therapists and counselors with a comprehensive review of anger and aggression management techniques, presenting specific guidelines to a number of immediately useful methods. Clinical psychotherapist Ronald T. Potter-Efron, Director of the Anger Management Center At First Things First, LTD, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, offers straightforward solutions to the complicated problem of anger, detailing core treatment options and intervention methods that meet the needs of individual clients, couples, families, and groups. This practical guidebook examines rage, aggression, hostility, resentment, hatred, anger avoidance, and chronic anger and includes fact-based case studies that illustrate effective theory and practice. The Handbook of Anger Management guides therapists through the process of assessing anger in their clients, determining the reasons for—and the consequences of—anger and aggression. The book examines individual and group modalities, using behavioral, cognitive, affective, and existential/spiritual treatment approaches to define anger and anger problems and how they relate to social learning, to examine the relationship between anger and aggression and between anger and domestic violence, and to address the concept of “healthy anger.” The Handbook of Anger Management examines: four major intervention areas that can help lessen anger the pros and cons of group versus individual counseling treating angry children, adolescents, and families how patterns of resentment and hatred are developed self-forgiveness five damaging aspects of anger turned inward the neurological aspects of anger and much more! The Handbook of Anger Management is an essential guidebook for psychologists, social workers, anger management therapists, and domestic abuse counselors, and for academics working in mental health fields.

Rage

This new book from anger expert Potter-Efron offers powerful, emergency help to anyone whose extreme and volatile rages cause him or her to lose control of emotions, behaviors, and even conscious awareness--causing sometimes irreparable emotional and physical harm to themselves, their loved ones, and, occasionally, to innocent by-standers.

Anger Management

Defines anger and offers strategies for teens to manage both their own anger and their response to others' anger.

Anger Management in Schools

Alternatives to Student Violence

Second edition of the book that showed how anger was directly linked to violence, health problems, and interpersonal difficulty. It is imperative that we teach children to control their anger. Using the Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) model, Wilde shows how teachers and counselors can encourage students to acknowledge and change feelings that are causing problems in their lives. Helping students learn not to become angry will directly or indirectly benefit all those who are involved in the education of our children.

Anger Management

6 Critical Steps to a Calmer Life: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition

Anger Management

A Collection Of Urban Poetry

Anger Management: A Collection of Urban Poetry” is rebellious poetry at its best. The poems are written without boundaries, exceeding proper language and structure that is expected in the “perfect poem”. It is a book of poetry that can best be enjoyed by the brave and unbiased reader. The book delivers all the twists and drama that can be found in a typical romance novel. Fantasy and reality collide. Morals are stirred in the pot of hells kitchen as raw emotion bubbles over into words of life, religion, love and passion. The author re?ects on the impact hip hop and pop culture have on today’s society, especially those who are African American. In some poems, different characters of people come into play. Th ere are poems spoken in the voice of ex cons and video vixens, lost church members and crooked pastors, liquor store prophets and ancient Romeos, the angry black woman and the black woman in heat. All this and more can be found in this poetry book ?lled with endless possibilities.

Anger Management

How to Control Your Temper and Overcome Your Anger - a Step-by-step Guide on How to Free Yourself from the Bonds of Anger

Is it normal to be angry? Is there a right way to express your frustration? This book discribes how to control your temper and overcome your anger and how to free yourself from its bonds.

The Angry Self

A Comprehensive Approach to Anger Management

Knowledge Management

Community Management

Time Management

Sales Management

Management Consulting

Money Management

Project Portfolio Management

John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area - Anger Management Program

Offers training to develop effective skills in dealing with problem situations, using a cognitive-behavioural approach. Program is ten two-hour sessions, offered three times a year.

Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre - Anger Management Programs

Anger Management for Men Program: Provides information and strategies that help participants manage their anger, improve their overall health, and contribute positively to the health and well-beings of their families and the community. Weekly two-hour interactive workshops over a 10-week period.

Women's Approach to Anger Management: women learn to recognize and implement appropriate decision making, use short-term coping strategies, and develop long-term plans for managing anger. Group setting, eight weekly two-hour sessions, offered four times a year. Registration is required.

John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area - Choices in Anger Program

A cognitive-behaviour based program for youth which is delivered in 8 group sessions. The goal of this program is for youth to recognize their anger, identify triggers, learn to communicate more effectively and make better decisions in the future. Delivery methods include: group discussions, written exercises, movie clips, role playing and skills practicing.

Lynwood Charlton Centre - Temper Taming and Lone Moms and Kids Recreation Programs

The Temper Taming Project is a community-based program for 7 - 11-year-olds who have problems with temper or anger.

The program includes parent orientation and group family sessions to help with child anger management.

Focused on the family, not just the child, the program aims to decrease the children's anger, aggression and hostility, and improve relationships between the children and their parents.

The Lone Moms and Kids Recreation Program is for mothers of children ages 6-12, who are parenting on their own. The mothers group provides support and parent education, while the children participate in supervised recreational activities.

Brain Injury Services - Community Services - Outreach Services

Staff go to see clients living with the effects of a brain injury, whether they live on their own, with family, or in supported living environments. They are offered opportunities for skill training and optimum community access.
The staff team has a diverse range of expertise including employment counselling, assisting with community re-entry skills or memory and anger management skills, improving self-esteem, accessing housing options, and accessing government programs and other community programs.

Brain Injury Services - Community Services - Outreach Services

Staff go to see clients living with the effects of a brain injury, whether they live on their own, with family, or in supported living environments. They are offered opportunities for skill training and optimum community access.
The staff team has a diverse range of expertise including employment counselling, assisting with community re-entry skills or memory and anger management skills, improving self-esteem, accessing housing options, and accessing government programs and other community programs.

Brain Injury Services - Community Services - Outreach Services

Staff go to see clients living with the effects of a brain injury, whether they live on their own, with family, or in supported living environments. They are offered opportunities for skill training and optimum community access.
The staff team has a diverse range of expertise including employment counselling, assisting with community re-entry skills or memory and anger management skills, improving self-esteem, accessing housing options, and accessing government programs and other community programs.

Women's Centre of Hamilton - Women's Groups

Offers group counselling and peer support. Program topics include:
* Rebuilding a Healthy Me
* Self-Esteem
* Women's Wellness
* My Journey to Self
* Supportive Mothering
* Express Yourself
* Understanding Anger
* Creating a safe space

Women's Centre of Hamilton - Women's Groups

Offers group counselling and peer support. Program topics include:
* Rebuilding a Healthy Me
* Self-Esteem
* Women's Wellness
* My Journey to Self
* Supportive Mothering
* Express Yourself
* Understanding Anger
* Creating a safe space

Genesis Community Rehabilitation - Genesis Support Services

Focus on areas of specialization such as mental health issues, at-risk behaviour, autism spectrum disorder, dual-diagnosis-developmental delay, and mental health diagnosis

Services include:
* behaviour assessment, treatment, and management
* mental health and behavioural challenges
* intervention strategies for addictions
* child and youth support
* autism support (ABA & IBI)
* developmental disabilities
* youth justice system
* educational and vocational support
* family reunification
* transitional support between living environments
* respite care

Banyan - Centralized Services for Children under 12 in Conflict with the Law - 688 Queensdale Ave

Support services focusing on individuals who have been charged/found guilty of an offence under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA)

John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area - Youth Services

Provides direct service to youths who are involved in the Criminal Justice System, who are at risk of becoming involved and/or their families.

Services include:
Achieves Program
Choices in Anger Program
Choices: Cognitive Skills For Youth At Risk
Extrajudicial Measures Program
Extrajudicial Sanctions Program
Family Support Program
HWDSB Cognitive Programming Initiative
HWDSB Youth Worker Contract for the Grade 12 and 12+ initiative and the Urban Priorities Initiative
Hamilton Youth Drug Diversion Program (HYDDP)
Non-Residential Attendance Centre (NRAC)
Restorative Justice Project
Youth Justice Committee