Program provides an overview of anger management, the many faces of anger, anger and problem solving, the aftermath of anger, anger and relationships, and much more. Clear, practical and effective strategies for overcoming anger, essential skills for clinical practice.
- Describe the nature and treatment of anger.
- List a step-by-step overview of an approach to anger management.
- Discuss the relevance of this anger management approach to clinical practice.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One: Why is Managing Anger So Difficult?
- Chapter Two: Managing Anger: The Basics
- Chapter Three: The Many Faces of Anger
- Chapter Four: Sotcking Your Psychological Toolbox: Additional Techniques for Managing Anger
- Chapter Five: Anger and Aggression: Choosing the Assertive Option
- Chapter Six: Anger and Problem Solving
- Chapter Seven: Self-Discipline: Before Other-Discipline: The Art of Being A Parent
- Chapter Eight:The Aftermath of Anger: Rebuilding Relationships
- Chapter Nine: Why Are Our Children So Angry?
- Chapter Ten: Anger and Your Past
- Appendix: Homework Exercises
- Further Reading
- About the Author
About the Author
Bradley P. Barris, Ph.D., holds a Doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Memphis. In addition to providing group and individual treatment for over 500 batterers and others with anger related disorders, his therapy interests include working with adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients in the treatment of depression and anxiety.
This CE course is designated as intermediate to advanced.