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  • PARAKHIYA VASANT
    • Presentation of
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
  • Why are we here?
    • Understand the roots of anger
    • Receive support, ideas and feedback from each other
    • Learn skills to deal with/manage anger
      • Therefore improving interpersonal relationships
  • Group Logistics
    • RULES : participation, communication, other expectations of each other.
    • PROGRAM METHODS : interactive, smalls groups, worksheets, discussions .
  • Understanding Anger
    • What anger is:
      • Anger is ________________ ?
  • Anger
    • A completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion.
    • However
    • Potentially a dangerous emotion, which can tell us a lot about ourselves.
  • There are lots of words to describe anger .
    • What are some of the words you use to express the range of your angry feelings?
    • Anyone can become angry. That is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose and in the right way that is not easy.
    • Aristotle (384-322 BC)
  • ABCs of Anger
    • A : Antecedent or Anger Trigger
      • What stimulated the anger response
    • B : Behavior
      • Reaction provoked by anger
    • C : Consequence
      • What happened as a result of controlling or not controlling ones anger.
  • Triggers of Anger
    • External
    • Specific person (co-workers or supervisor)
    • Event (traffic jam, canceled concert or flight, talking trash about your family, etc)
    • Internal
    • Worrying about personal problems
    • Memories of traumatic events
  • Myths About Anger
    • Anger is Inherited
    • Anger automatically leads to aggression
    • People must be aggressive to get what they want
    • Supressing anger is always desirable
    • Anger
    Anger fear Unappreciated Frustration Rejection Hurt Disappointment Embarrassment Humiliation
  • Physiological and Biological Changes
    • Fight or flight reaction (a natural, adaptive response to threat):
    • Increase in blood pressure and heart rate
    • Increase in energy hormones
  • Identifying Anger Cues
    • How anger feels:
        • Muscles tension
        • Accelerated heartbeat
        • Knot in the stomach or throat
        • Changes in breathing
        • Trembling or shaking
        • Goose bumps
        • Flushed face
        • Changes in facial expression (eye brows, frowning, nostrils, etc)
  • Anger is natural
    • Anger occurs naturally and cannot be avoided.
    • Find control techniques rather than anger elimination.
  • Exercise
    • List three things you might reasonably want to do but cant (omit the ridiculous).
    • List three things you dont want to do but have to do anyway.
    • List two things you need.
  • Anger Becomes a Problem When:
    • Felt too intensely
    • Felt too frequently
    • Expressed inappropriately
      • Words, gestures, contact.
    • Results in negative consequences
      • Assault, arrest, losing loved ones, termination from work/treatment.
    • Results in negative self concept
      • Guilt, shame, regret.
  • Differences between Anger & Aggression
    • Anger = Feeling
    • Aggression = Action
    • Anger is an emotion. It is ok to be angry.
    • Aggression is acting out inappropriately and is not ok. Learn to check your aggression and express your anger appropriately .
  • Session 4
  • Dealing With My Anger
    • Express it
    • Suppress it
    • Clam yourself
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT A systematic method of cognitively recognizing anger and managing its effects Anger management does not involve getting rid of all anger, but using anger to enhance your life. We can look at the purposes of anger in both positive and negative light.
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT The positive aspects of anger are that you have increased energy, are able to communicate your feelings, able to problem solve and can take charge of the situation. The negative aspects of anger are that you can have disruption of your thinking, unnecessarily defend yourself, become aggressive and become known as an angry person.
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT Anger management would be seen then as increasing the positive aspects or functions of anger and decreasing the negative functions of anger.
  • Steps to Anger Management
    • Identify personal signals of anger
    • Identify self-talk techniques
    • Learn problem-solving skills
    • Learn relaxation skills
      • Diaphragmatic breathing, progressive relaxation
  • Anger Management
    • Anger Intensifying
      • Yelling
      • Sulking
      • Pouting
      • Hitting
      • Other Violence
      • Competitive Games
      • Accusations
      • Arguing
    • Cooling Off Habits
      • Abdominal Breathing
      • Count to Ten
      • Non-Competitive Exercise
      • Distraction
      • Humor
      • Empathy for Other Person
  • Techniques to Avoid
    • Raising your voice
    • Yelling
    • Saying Im the boss
    • Insisting on have the last word
    • Using tense body language
    • Making comparisons
    • Using degrading, insulting, humiliating put downs
    • Using Sarcasm
    • Bringing up unrelated events
    • Holding a grudge
    • Nagging
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT HOW DO I DO IT?
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
    • Skills needed in dealing with your anger:
    • Identify a range of feelings including anger
    • Identify aggressive acts by self and others
    • Identify the potential consequences to self and others from these aggressive acts
    • Identify self-destructive behavior
    • Identify thoughts prior to aggressive acts
    • Identify internal cues to feelings of anger
    • Develop coping mechanisms for dealing with anger
    • Express anger without loss of control
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
    • Identify a range of feelings including anger:
    • Embarrassment
    • Excitement
    • Disappointment
    • Jealousy
    • Fear
    • Helpless
    • Sadness
    • Left-out
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
    • I am in charge of my own feelings :
    • I own my feelings.
    • It is okay to feel angry.
    • Anger is part of being human.
    • I learn how to express my anger in helpful ways.
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
    • Identify aggressive acts shown by self and others:
    • Throw something
    • Kick someone or something
    • Get in someones face
    • Shovin

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