Written by two well-regarded experts in the field, "The Anger Control Workbook" introduces a new and radically simplified approach to anger control. Step-by-step exercises aid readers in identifying, understanding, responding to, and ultimately coping with their hostile feelings. 50 worksheets.
This is a self-help manual for those who find that they are spoiling the lives of both themselves and those around them with their almost constant irritability and flashes of bad temper. It speaks to those who often find themselves saying and doing things they later regret. It will help the reader understand why such behaviou... read more
|Author:||Raymond Chip Tafrate|
Now, from the authors of Anger Management: The Complete Treatment Guidebook for Practitioners, here at last is a comprehensive program for the rest of us! Tafrate and Kassinove bring their expertise and research-based understanding to everyone interested in controlling their anger. Is your anger: * making others uncomfortabl... read more
|Author:||Ronald T. Potter-Efron|
How do you express your anger? Do you blow up? Quietly seethe? Or do you try to pretend that you're really not angry at all and just hope the feelings will go away? Most of us express anger in more than one way, but we also tend to be creatures of habit, falling back on a few predictable styles when we feel angry. Unfortunate... read more
|Author:||Laura J. Petracek|
This workbook addresses the unique concerns of women with anger problems. Rigid social patterning, the book argues, conditions many women to stifle or deny their anger, and this repression can cause a range of other psychological problems. Others experience violent, outwardly focused anger. Whichever pattern your anger follow... read more
|Author:||Harriet Goldhor Lerner|
For many women anger is a destructive force which perpetuates all the harmful dynamics of intimate relationships. In this text feminist psychotherapist, Harriet G. Lerner shows how all women regardless of age, background or experience, can turn anger into a constructive force.Focusing largely on the family, the book provides ... read more
|Author:||Robert W. Allan|
A nationally recognized Cornell psychologist presents his clinically proven program to help you break the generational intergenerational cycle of anger for good. Getting Control of Your Anger helps adults who have "inherited" destructive anger patterns learn constructive ways to express themselves and get their needs met. ... read more
This book is a complete, step-by-step guide to changing habitual, anger-generating thoughts while developing healthier, more effective ways of meeting needs. It is ideal for therapists who work with families or teach anger control and helpful for health professionals who treat the effects of type A personality.
|Author:||John R. Lynch|
When confronted with a confrontational situation, some people feel that to express anger is to risk losing control. Panic attacks, depression, headaches, and chronic pain often plague people who deny themselves a constructive outlet for their anger. This book includes exercises and techniques for developing constructive anger expression.
From the bestselling author of When Anger Hurts, Matthew McKay, Ph.D., and ACT experts Georg Eifert, Ph.D. and John P. Forsyth, Ph.D., comes the first bookto provide ACT principles and techniques for dealing with anger, and to teach readers how to change their relationship with, and response to, anger by developing compassion... read more
We live in an angry society. From road rage to workplace incidents to marital bickering, out-of-control anger is all around us. How can we handle our anger--and help those we love with theirs? How can we teach our children to deal with their anger? And what about those long-simmering feelings of anger toward people in our past? What
|Author:||Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning and Kim Paleg|
Parental anger is a real problem for children and parents. Children may react by being less caring and concerned for others, less accepting of themselves. They are more likely to develop problems at school, in relationships, with drugs, and the law.
This book helps parents who know they are angry too often to identi... read more
This important book by Auckland psychotherapists offers easy-to-follow ideas, exercises and more for teens and the adults in their lives. Vital for adolescents and the people who encounter them: parents, teachers and other professionals.