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Anger Management

Anger Management


Our anger can create a lot of trouble for us when we don't know how to manage it properly. It can have a negative impact on our health and adversely affect our relationships with other people. Learn what causes anger and understand why our bodies react as they do when we're angry. Effective techniques for assuaging anger are discussed, and you'll understand that in the long run, issues that rile you are more likely to be resolved when you restructure your thinking and communicate calmly.
Learning Objectives:
1) Students will learn that anger can be caused by internal or external stimuli.
2) Students will learn about the different ways that people respond to anger.
3) Students will understand how anger can be effectively managed.

DVD (With English Subtitles) / 2006 / 21 minutes

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Tactics for Anger Management

Options to Anger is a unique multi-media curriculum that empowers youth to understand and manage anger. Based on years of research and best-practice models.

Proven Message - Innovative Delivery

The 19 sessions are broken into 15 units of class instruction which include realistic animated segments, group discussion and exercises, and homework assignments. There are 4 additional classes for extended role playing exercises. Each class entails about 1 hour of instruction and 10-30 minutes of activity. The content builds on itself so the classes are presented in sequence.

Topics include:

  • The Anger Cycle
  • Invitation to anger
  • Warning signs
  • "I" statement
  • Earning respect
  • Taking space
  • Anchoring
  • Negotiation

    DVD / 2005 / (Adolescent, Young Adult)

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    Anger is a normal part of everyday life. It's never too early to learn how to identify and handle that anger appropriately. Using situations that youngsters will relate to, and lively music that reinforces key skills, this program is sure to give students the information they need to being to handle their anger. When John is angry at Mark for not picking him first to be on his team, he gets rid of his angry energy by kicking a ball, instead of lashing out on Mark. Danny's father points out that instead of taking his anger out on his little brother when his computer doesn't work, he should consider brainstorming to find ways to fix it.

    DVD / 2005 / (Grades K-2) / 17 minutes

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    Anger is an emotion that is often expressed in extremes. Some people avoid showing anger at all costs, while others explode in rage and even violence. Both approaches can have detrimental effects on physical and emotional health. When Tempers Flare explores why and how we experience anger and offers practical strategies for expressing anger in constructive, rather than destructive, ways.

    Features: Dr. Charles D.

    DVD / 2004 / 30 minutes

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    Helps kids understand the nature of anger and violent emotions and offers them positive alternatives to this type of behavior. They'll learn positive, alternative ways to vent their angry feelings.

    DVD / 2003 / (Grades K-6)

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    Helps kids understand the nature of anger and violent emotions and offers them positive alternatives to this type of behavior. They'll learn positive, alternative ways to vent their angry feelings.

    DVD / 2003 / (Middle / High School / College)

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    Denial. Covering up. Blowing up. Blaming. These are some of the hallmarks of unacknowledged anger. An ongoing anger-management counseling group is the setting where teens discover that their unacknowledged anger can cause depression, alcohol use, strained personal relationships, and acting-out behavior. Through the use of scenarios, students learn they are responsible for their own anger and how they choose to handle it.

    Michael's tendency to blow up is getting him in trouble. When his girlfriend Maya "flirts" with Ted, Michael becomes angry, draws an unflattering picture of Ted, and posts it on the wall.

    Marta's parents are in the process of splitting up. There is a lot of yelling and discord at home. Marta starts drinking as a way of coping with her feelings.

    Each of these teens learns to deal more constructively with angry feelings, understand the physical techniques to help defuse angry feelings, and recognize when it's important to seek counseling.

    This realistic program helps teens discover that unacknowledged anger can cause depression, drug use, poor academic performance, and acting-out behavior. Students discover that they are responsible for their own anger and how they choose to handle it.

    DVD / 2003 / (Grades 6-12) / 23 minutes

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    Taking responsibility for anger is the first step toward handling it constructively. This program follows the stories of three troubled youngsters as they discover the source of their behavior -- unacknowledged and unresolved anger. Students learn that poorly handled anger can cause depression, drug abuse, and other acting-out behaviors that may result in damage to their self-esteem, strained personal relationships, and poor academic performance. Students discover that they are responsible for their own anger, and how they choose to react to it is up to them.

    Larry often lashes out at others when he gets angry. He blames everyone else for the way he feels and the trouble he gets into. Larry learns how to cope with his anger, starting with accepting responsibility for how he feels and acts.

    Lucy and Eve both like Andy, but Andy likes Eve. At first Lucy denies she's angry or cares whether Andy likes Eve. Lucy eventually learns that her anger is just one of the many unpleasant feelings she is having about this situation.

    Julia's parents have decided to separate. Overwhelmed by feelings, Julia smokes pot and starts hurting herself by digging her nails into her arm. She soon learns that her anger is also covering up other strong feelings she is experiencing.

    This program helps students own and take responsibility for their anger and the other feelings like hurt, sadness, frustration, fear, and jealousy that their anger may be covering. Program sends a positive message about seeking help if necessary.

    DVD / 2002 / 22 minutes

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    Session One: Anger
    Earnie Larsen renowned author and lecturer in the fields of recovery, addiction, and unwanted behaviors, defines anger, explains how it is learned early in life, and describes how cycles of anger develop when a person continues to express anger in unhealthy ways. An ex-offender shares the moving story of how he learned as a child to deal with anger, and he acts out a scene from his life where he is forced to confront his anger.

    Session Two: Healing Repressed Anger
    Earnie Larson shows how healing anger is possible. He points out each person's responsibility in the process and lays out a five-step process for healing anger.

    Session Three: Forgiveness
    Earnie Larsen explains that recognizing anger is important, but that without forgiveness, recognizing anger will only create resentment. An ex-offender tells the painful story of his struggle.

    Session Four: Reconciliation
    This final session addresses the question of reconciliation. A powerful scene shows the struggle of one man trying to reconcile in a deeply wounded relationship.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 1999 / 50 minutes

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    This DVD helps students identify inappropriate angry behaviors and learn new ways to cope with these strong emotions. Students will observe real teens participating in a workshop led by a clinical psychologist. After these teens act out the different ways we all express anger, your students are challenged to identify their own styles of anger expression: aggressive, passive, displacement, or denial. Next, students are encouraged to examine why they express anger the way they do. Finally, students are encouraged to find new and healthier ways to express anger. These include replaying situations, talking it out with a friend, and building their own self-esteem.

    DVD (With Teacher's Resource Book) / 1999 / (Grades 7-College) / 45 minutes

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    With Janet Wolfe, PhD

    See REBT in action in an actual therapy session with a client needing help with anger management.

    At one time or another, all clinicians have had to meet the challenge of dealing with an angry client. Skilled in empathy and active listening, we are sometimes at a loss when confronted with clients who have difficulty containing their rage. In this video with an actual client, you will learn an REBT approach to anger management. Students and interns will especially find this action-oriented approach useful when facing those clients who may only be in treatment for a few sessions.

    Melanie, an African-American woman with a history of drug addiction, comes to treatment as part of an anger management course. Her past angry outbursts have led her to violence and even incarceration.

    Dr. Janet Wolfe helps Melanie connect her irrational beliefs to their ineffectual, and sometimes violent, consequences. Using the ABCs of REBT helping the client understand how not only the activating event (A), but her beliefs (B) about that event trigger the emotional and behavioral consequences c Dr. Wolfe introduces a specific Anger Management Sequence, which she uses immediately during a role play in the session.

    Interspersed throughout this actual session is an informative discussion that elucidates Dr. Wolfe's rationale in utilizing classic REBT techniques.

    Although most people associate REBT with the confrontative and even cantankerous style of its founder, Albert Ellis, Dr. Wolfe shows how REBT principles can be practiced with a softer touch.

    By watching this video, you will:

  • Learn a specific REBT approach to Anger Management.
  • Learn the ABC's of REBT practice: identifying activating events (A), working with beliefs (B) and making the connection to emotional and behavioral consequences c.
  • Deepen an understanding of how this action-oriented psychotherapy teaches individuals to replace self-defeating thoughts, beliefs and actions with those that are more productive.

    DVD (With English Subtitles) / 1996 / 55 minutes

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    All of us can become angry when our expectations aren't met or our dreams don't come true. In this DVD children learn positive skills when dealing with their own anger, using a balloon that's ready to burst as just one example.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 1994 / (Elementary, General) / Approx. 15 minutes

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    By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

    The activities and resource sheets are designed to help young people reflect and develop their skills in managing emotions.

    This collection of session plans is an anger management programme that will give young people skills in problem solving, stress management, assertiveness, and the overall recognition, understanding and management of anger. It will help them control when, where and with whom their feelings are expressed and then do so in a safe way. The programme can be used both for one-to-one sessions or groups.

    This CD-Rom offers exceptional value as it includes a site licence which allows the purchasing establishment the rights to copy, network and add to any shared system within that establishment.

    CD-ROM / (Ages 11-16)

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    By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

    The activities and resource sheets are designed to help children reflect and develop their skills in managing anger.

    This collection of lesson plans is an anger management programme that will give your pupils skills in problem solving, stress management, assertiveness and the overall recognition, understanding and management of anger. It will help pupils control when, where and with whom their feelings are expressed and then do so in a safe way. The programme can be used both for one-to-one sessions or groups.

    This CD-Rom offers exceptional value as it includes a site licence which allows the purchasing establishment the rights to copy, network and add to any shared system within that establishment.

    CD-ROM / (Ages 5-11)

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    By Raymond Chip Tafrate, Howard Kassinove

    Watch anger experts Howard Kassinove and Chip Tafrate demystify the challenging work of anger management in this indispensable video! Whatever your professional setting, you'll breathe easier with this practical, empirically validated showcase of exercises, live sessions, and tools to strengthen your practice.

    Angry clients present complexities that challenge new and seasoned clinicians alike. Between the need to establish a strong working alliance with mandated clients, increase motivation in the face of therapeutic ambivalence, gain agreement on anger triggers, and navigate the mental terrain of clients who minimize their own role in their anger, therapists require approaches tailored to a condition much less understood than formal clinical disorders (such as anxiety or depression). In this video, two anger experts-Drs. Howard Kassinove and Chip Tafrate-offer a series of live case examples grounded in their research-based anger episode model, designed to support both clients and clinicians in understanding the variations of the anger experience.

    Kassinove and Tafrate treat no less than seven different clients in this comprehensive video, with each vignette tied to a particular technique. Key concepts such as assessment, verbal reinforcement, interviewing, identifying triggers, relaxation techniques, and forgiveness are demonstrated, with introductory commentary and instructive captioning.

    You'll find valuable takeaways in each section-and prepare to be moved by an interview between Tafrate and Walt, a man who found healing through the long process of forgiving-even to the point of befriending-his son's murderer. Less radical yet no less important are Kassinove's before-and-after sessions with Ian (the latter a one year follow-up), a young adult seeking help after a difficult breakup. The two clinicians balance inner change work with interventions to support letting go, making for a refreshing, contemporary take on anger control.

    This information-packed video demystifies not just anger treatment, but the anger experience itself. Give yourself the opportunity to learn from these two experts by adding this resource to your library today.

    By watching this video, you will:
  • Understand the clinical variations of the anger experience, including its emotional, cognitive, and somatic elements.
  • Learn strategies to assess and increase motivation with ambivalent clients.
  • Identify a range of techniques to help clients reduce or manage their anger.

    DVD (With Instructor's Manual, English subtitles) / 169 minutes

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    A masterclass on how to deal with anger in positive ways

    With this DVD teachers can learn powerful strategies to deal with their own anger in three different scenarios:
  • Meeting an angry parent face to face
  • Handling a confrontation with a student
  • Resolving an issue over the telephone

    Each scenario shows a negative response followed by a more reasonable, positive way of managing the situation. Summaries of negative and positive points along the way allow the film to be paused and discussed by the viewers. The negative clips demonstrate:
  • Early warning signs, triggers, escalation points and a failure to resolve the situation
  • Overfamiliarity, power struggles, secondary behaviour issues
  • Blame approach, raised voice, lack of empathy, threats
  • Failure to use objective observations/evidence, personal comments, no trust/respect, interrupting
  • Making excuses, being sarcastic, arguing, criticising, overreacting

    The more reasoned, considered responses in contrast show:
  • A welcoming attitude
  • How to review the issue and spot the positives
  • Directed questioning to focus on self-management and resolution
  • The importance of pitch, intonation, smiling, keeping your voice enthusiastic and friendly
  • Thinking carefully before you speak and focusing on the facts
  • Non-verbal communication and active listening
  • Recording of important points, review of conversation, agreeing on action plan

    DVD / 30 minutes

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    By Dr. Tony Attwood

    In this second installment, Tony gives teachers great advice on how to effectively manage a classroom that includes students with Asperger's. His offers tips for success and social/behavioral warning signs to watch for. He also shares helpful strategies for teaching adolescents with Asperger's. Since social skills are so imperative at this age, this tends to be a particularly challenging age for students and, consequently, for teachers. You will l earn how to curb anger and take preventative steps to avoid conflicts. Create a positive learning environment where ALL students thrive!

  • "Dr. Attwood increased my understanding of Asperger's by 1000%!" - Conference attendee

  • "Entertaining and informative!" - Conference attendee

  • "As someone new to Asperger's, this gave me strategies to use in my classroom." - Conference attendee

  • "Dr. Attwood is an exciting and knowledgeable presenter." - Conference attendee

    DVD / 3 hours

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    Anger is a natural response to many of life's most troubling situations, but all too often explosions of teen anger can be harmful and hurtful. Hostility and anger can devastate a teen's life, destroy relationships, cloud effective thinking, impact school performance, affect physical health and ruin future career plans. This program uses dramatic, thought-provoking interviews with real teenagers to demonstrate that, although it is easy to lose emotional control in school, at home and with friends, there are ways to resist exploding in anger or defiance. An adolescent psychologist offers viewers a wealth of common sense tips and advice that will help them more confidently cope with their emotional or angry responses to daily stresses. Tips include: recognizing anger triggers, taking a breath before reacting, defusing situations by talking, learning relaxation techniques and much more.

    DVD (Closed Captioned, With Teacher's Resource Book) / (Grades 7-College) / 20 minutes

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    By Timothy Bruce, Arthur Jongsma, Jr.

    How well do you understand the interventions, goals, and documentation requirements of anger management? Hone your skills with this video from Drs. Tim Bruce and Art Jongsma, who take you through the treatment-planning process with detailed overviews, clinical considerations, and case vignettes with clients needing help with anger management.

    Today's clinicians are increasingly required to submit consistent, efficient treatment plans for clients' presenting problems-but what these plans actually look like hasn't been as clearly defined. If you've been wondering what, exactly, comprises such a plan or have searched for resources on the empirically supported treatments on which these plans are based, you'll find answers in this new video with Drs. Timothy Bruce and Arthur Jongsma. Here, the two experts tell you everything you need to know about building treatment plans that pass muster with funding sources and serve as a valuable resource for supporting clients with anger control problems.

    Bruce and Jongsma outline several ways to integrate empirically supported treatments (ESTs) into anger control treatment, including a brief history of standout approaches. They offer a comprehensive overview of the clinically significant features of anger, and you'll learn to create a six-step treatment plan based on proven interventions. Clinical vignettes feature relaxation training, psychoeducation, cognitive restructuring, skills training (including assertive communication), and live practice. In addition to all this, you'll learn about other common approaches to treatment, as well as relapse prevention.

    If you're looking to deepen your understanding of evidence-based treatment planning and the empirically supported interventions that are essential to include, you won't want to miss this information-packed video.

    By watching this video, you will:
  • Understand the clinically significant features of anger that correlate to particular DSM diagnoses.
  • Learn to build a six-step treatment plan based on evidence-based ESTs.
  • Gain tools for integrating empirically informed interventions into effective anger control treatment.

    Streaming (1 Year) / 53 minutes

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    By Christian Conte

    In this lively and instructive video, watch anger management expert, Christian Conte, PhD, present his comprehensive and practical theory for treating-and healing-even the most violent offenders.

    Conte's easygoing style and use of stories and metaphors create a memorable experience, so you will easily recall the tools when they next arise in session. You will never again have to resort to outdated techniques: instead, you can pair your compassion and understanding with the modern, tested methods of a master trainer. Whether shown to clients in an anger management group or loaned to clients to watch as homework, this video will be a valuable resource in every therapist or counselor's library.

    By watching this video, you will:

  • Learn the key components of Conte's anger management model
  • Identify the different types of rage people experience, as well as their psychological origin
  • Understand the tools for de-escalating anger and making healthier choices in moments of conflict

    DVD (With Instructor's Manual, English Subtitles) / 75 minutes

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    This innovative program dramatizes a single bullying event as seen through the eyes of the target and bystanders. While focusing on the anger that targets of bullying experience, this program addresses the guilt, humiliation and fear that underlie their anger and are an integral part of the bullying cycle. A guidance counselor helps kids involved in the bullying event express and handle their anger and other feelings, and develop alternative behaviors to stop destructive behavior.
    Jesse is bullied persistently by Eddy. These events are witnessed by Jesse's friends Chelsea and Marcus. These students learn key skills and strategies in order to:

    Acknowledge Their Anger: Jesse realizes that along with feeling scared, embarrassed and depressed, he is angry at Eddy. Marcus discovers that while he feels guilty for not standing up for Jesse, he is also angry at Jesse for "being such a wimp." Chelsea is angry at those who join in the bullying and angry at herself for not saying anything to stop it.

    Work Through Anger: This section shows kids the practical things they can do to handle their angry feelings. Everything from playing a musical instrument, positive self-talk, writing down their feelings, talking it out, to the physical release sports can offer are explored.

    Deal With Bullying: Students learn that not reacting, using humor, and being assertive are effective ways to stop a bully. They also discover that sticking together can really make a difference. Students are shown starting an anti-bullying campaign. Using posters, handbooks and a "bullying reporting box" where students can anonymously report incidents of bullying, students can take back control from bullies.


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