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By Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu, Nick Hagiliassis

Many of us with highbrow disabilities have hassle coping with emotions of anger. ''Anger Management'' is a whole education package deal for assisting individuals with highbrow or actual disabilities care for anger in positive, powerful methods. the learning software comprises 12 fully-scripted periods, facing themes reminiscent of, recognising emotions of anger, studying to chill and imagine flippantly, and being assertive and dealing with difficulties correctly. each one consultation follows a customary structure, together with introductions, stories of prior classes, and motives. Photocopiable handouts, facilitator's script and overview sheets are supplied for every consultation. Designed in particular for individuals with highbrow disabilities, yet compatible for individuals with actual disabilities too, this education package deal presents correct and authoritative details and workouts. it's a tried-and-tested source, in an effort to offer powerful innovations for anger administration running shoes, psychologists, and counsellors.

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Someone says that you are very special to them. · You lose your money. · You are invited to go to a party. · You hear a loud noise in the middle of the night. · Someone says your new shirt is awful. · Someone changes the TV channel while you are watching TV. 1 So far today we have: · learnt about feelings. We said that we can experience a range of feelings and that our feelings can be the same as and also different to the feelings of other people. Discuss what anger is and identify situations in which individuals feel angry We said in the last session that anger is a normal human feeling that we all experience from time to time.

Overhead: People who use unhelpful ways. · ‘Helpful/unhelpful ways of dealing with anger’ cards and boxes. · ‘My ways of dealing with anger’ sheet. Session plan Briefly review summary points from the previous session Present summary points from the previous session. Discuss helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger Show the overhead ‘Helpful versus unhelpful ways of dealing with anger’ and tell the participants that while anger is a normal feeling, it’s what we do when we feel angry that’s important.

As a brainstorming exercise, ask participants to identify some of the ways their behaviour changes when they are angry. 6 Ask participants to complete the ‘Changes I experience when angry’ sheet. Participants identify an example of a change they experience in their body, thinking and behaviour associated with anger. Participants present their responses to the group. Emphasise that when we are angry, we may experience a range of changes in ourselves. ) Ltd 2006 59 ü Summary of Session 3 Today we have: · learnt about feelings · learnt about anger, and situations in which we may feel angry · talked about some of the changes we experience when we are angry.

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