The Anger Management Workbook

Use the STOP Method to Replace Destructive Responses with Constructive Behavior

W. Robert Nay

A Paperback Originale-bookprint + e-book
A Paperback Original
July 3, 2014
ISBN 9781462509775
Price: $21.95
286 Pages
Size: 8" x 10½"
July 3, 2014
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286 Pages
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The practical tools can be downloaded and printed in PDF format.

I. Understanding Anger

1. The Biological and Physiological Roots of Anger

2. Cognition: The Role of Thoughts in Instigating and Sustaining Anger

3. Expressing Anger: The Face of Anger You See in the Mirror

4. How Is Anger a Problem for You?

5. Assessing Motivation and Sustaining Changes

II. Managing Your Anger and Resolving Conflict

6. What Triggers Your Anger?

7. Derailing Anger before It Derails You

8. Getting Control of Anger Arousal

9. Using CBT to Identify and Change the Beliefs That Inflame Your Anger

10. Using CBT to Identify Ongoing Anger Thinking

11. Challenging Cognitive Distortions with Objective Thinking and Planning

12. The Nuts and Bolts of Communicating: What You Think, How You Feel, and What You Want

13. Collaborative Problem Solving: A No-Fail Guide for Reaching Consensus without Conflict

14. Pulling It All Together: Becoming Aware of When and How to Use the STOP Method

III. Resolving Conflict While Staying Calm

15. When Someone Gets in Your Face: Setting Boundaries for Hostility and Aggression

16. Coping with Anger That Is Passive, Yet Toxic—Overcoming Passive Aggression and Cold Anger

17. Setbacks: Coping Successfully with the Inevitable

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