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Anger Management

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Transcript of Anger Management

Case of Reggie
In his late50’s
Suffers form anger issues which had to be sent for anger management counseling if wanting to keep his job
REBT is used
Counselor explain to him what it’s like to be angry
Effects on his body
Taught him to be responsible for his feelings Case of Shirley
Had aggressive and non-compliant behavior at home and school
Witnessed a violent event by her stepfather
Counselor used Non-Directive Play Therapy
Uses role play to let Shirley express her anger into the imagined role play scene Case of Stefan
A 7 years old boy who was terminated from his previous school for actions of violence such as punching the head teacher
He had witnessed actions of violence and physical assault by his father and older brother
The counselor combined Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Egan 3 stages model and Narrative Therapy Case Study Stress Inoculation Training Muscle relaxation exercise
settle down, stop thinking
free yourself , relaxing sitting position
inhale, hold and exhale
need longer time and very effective Progressive Muscle Relaxation by Doctor Edmund Jacobson The British Association of Anger Management (BAAM)
- reminding themselves to keep cool, breathe deeply. Relaxation through Breathing Check-in Procedure
Report Anger Meter
Triggering Events
Cues of Anger
Develop Anger Control Plans
2. Implementation of Techniques & Strategies
Timeout
Breathing & Muscle Relaxation
CBT
Mindfullness Therapy
Stress Inoculation Therapy
3. Assign Homework Process of Anger Management Anger Triggering Events
Waiting for long queue
Jokes around sensitive topics
Having an untidy roommate

Cues of Anger
Physical Cues – Increased Heartbeat
Behavioral Cues – Slamming a door
Emotional Cues – Feeling of humiliation
Cognitive Cues – Irrational beliefs Process of Anger Management Each session – 60 – 90 minutes
Check-in procedures
Homework assignments
Therapy and Techniques
Anger Meter
Used to create awareness of anger
Learn to monitor the anger
Scale from 1 – 10
1 = Absence of anger and total state of calm
10 = Very angry and explosive Process of Anger Management -Manage their own anger
-Stop Violence
-Develop self-control over thoughts and actions
-Receive support and feedback from others Purpose of Anger Management Anger lead to undesirable consequences
Anger is related to stress
AMT as a “toolbox” in managing anger
AMT is easily accessible in Malaysia.
Violence is not.
Anger is Natural, Conclusion conceptualization

skills acquisition and consolidation

application and follow-through 3 phases of SIT length of the SIT can 20 minutes for preparation, and 1 hour per week.
consists of 8 - 15 sessions
over a 3 - 12 month period How it’s work????? intervene with humans at the psychosocial level
provides individuals with experience with minor stressors
SIT is designed to bolster individual’s preparedness and develop a sense of mastery before something stressful happen to them. Best carried out in group setting

Reasons
Solid empirical support exist for group CBT interventions
Efficient & cost effective
Provides greater range of possibilities in
1. Role Play 2. Behavioral Rehearsal Activities Anger Management Introduction of Anger Two basic reasons
Cannot get what they want and need.
Others do not care about how they feel.
Effects
Increase heart rate and blood pressure.
Affects the relationships with people around. Anger
A strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility. (Oxford dictionary)

Common theory used
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
Rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT) Introduction Target group

General population.
Every stages of people should have the knowledge about anger management.
Examples: Teenagers, working people. Instructors are required to have extended personal experience of the technique concerned Objective: help people to be aware in
thought and bodily sensation Mindfulness Therapy Founder: Albert Ellis
Objective: changing the irrational belief A-B-C-D model
A: Activating event
B: Belief
C: Consequences
D: Disputing Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a major cognitive behavioral approach Be successful in treating disorders
related to depression and anxiety
Psychological
Behavioral
Emotional Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) get comfortable chair and settle down
deep breathing
inhale and exhale slowly for 1-2 minutes Cognitive behavioral Manual :
Relax technique Reilly & Shopshire (2002) Relaxation through Breathing basic anger management strategy
Reilly & Shopshire (2002), defined as leaving the situation
an effective way to control oneself
calming down Timeout Objectives Why we choose anger management?

Increasing rate of family violence
To create awareness.
It is an important tool to improve a person morality, personality and emotionally. Activity
1- Observing, noticing, and bringing awareness to the
moment
2- Describing, labeling, and noting
3- Participating People have to avoid automatic judgments
Be aware of mechanical reaction Founder: Kabat-Zinn Mindfulness Therapy
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Are you Angry? By: Chin Kok Soon
Goh Keat Siong
Jason Teong Jia Xin
Lee Shin
Nam Lai Ping
Ng Yeh Jun That's All
Folks Nervous system has a relaxation response that counteracts the stress response .
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