Anger Management Services – Oklahoma City
Through anger management individual coaching you can learn about communication techniques, stress reduction, emotional intelligence and a wealth of related topics.
Get details on classes and Individual anger management coaching sessionsa at AngerCare.com
Couples therapy for anger management issues
For couples dealing with issues of anger and poor communication, I also offer marriage counseling and couples therapy.
While I’ve been teaching these anger management skills in my work with clients for many years, I achieved Certified Anger Management Professional status in 2006.
If you’d like to visit my stress and anger management website, click on this link to AngerCare.com which will open in a new window.
Anger Management Defined
The term anger management commonly refers to a system of psychological therapeutic techniques and exercises by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce the triggers, degrees, and effects of an angered emotional state. In some countries, courses in anger management may be mandated by their legal system. One technique for controlling anger is finding agreement with another person rather than conflict. The use of deep breathing and meditation can be used as a means of relaxation. Other interventions include learning empathy, stress management skills, forgiveness, changing how you speak about yourself or others and improving optimism. As the issue of anger varies from person to person, the treatments are designed to be personal to the individual.
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by: Les Carter
publisher: Jossey-Bass, published: 2004-09-02
sales rank: 15912
price: $8.54 (new), $7.29 (used)
It’s easy to identify rage in people who lose their temper at traffic jams, unruly children, unresponsive coworkers, and unrealistic bosses. But we may not recognize more subtle manifestations of anger, such as being uncomfortable with loose ends, acting impatiently, or being overly critical. That is anger, too. And, as is so often the case, angry folks don’t seem to realize that the behavior causing them problems at home or at work actually stems from unrecognized and unresolved pain and emotional injuries from the past. Is all this negative emotion inevitable, or are there choices about how to respond, choices that can improve personal relationships as well as emotional health? The Anger Trap is a landmark book that strips away the myths and misconceptions about anger and reveals how you can learn to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy anger so that you may choose or help someone else to choose a better, more spiritually enlightened path. The Anger Trap examines the root causes of anger and can help you realize your patterns and break the destructive cycles of criticism, frustration, and irritation that hurt you and others around you. Drawing insight from timeless spiritual wisdom as well as cutting-edge research, Dr. Carter offers practical techniques to free you from anger, its hidden insecurities, fears, and selfishness and thereby improve the quality of your home and workplace life. The book clearly illustrates how the change process works and The Anger Trap is filled with real-life examples of the ways people have come to terms with anger management by applying the concepts Dr. Carter outlines.