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Anger Management Courses: 6 Things to Do During a Violent Confrontation

Campus safety professional must be prepared both mentally and physically for violence.

Aside from the major stories that make newspaper headlines, numerous incidents of violence occur on school grounds that go unreported. On every campus, regardless of its size or location, there is potential for violence.

Safety is something that we can no longer take for granted. Violence does not discriminate student from staff or young from old. Past incidents have taught us to plan ahead, take preventive measures and heed the warning signs. Although there is much discussion about the importance of protecting our students and teachers against violence at school, little has been done to prepare staff physically for violent altercations.

As critical as emergency planning and site security, physical training that may save a person during a violent attack has yet to be implemented on many campuses. Talking about safety needs to be complemented by physical training that will provide the staff with the tools to protect themselves and others.

Comprehensive training begins with such basics as enhancing one's awareness of possible threats and acting proactively to decrease the chances of becoming a victims. Awareness is more than just looking around. It is a proactive mindset that involves educated observation and effective response.

The unfortunate truth is that in many cases of violence, there were warning signs and windows of opportunity where violence could have been averted. This is why it's important to learn what to look for and what preventive measures to take. However, violence, by its very nature, is unpredictable. Even when we educate ourselves to recognize potential threats, it is usually impossible to know when violence will strike.

In order to react safely and effectively, the staff should receive training on basic physical techniques they can use to defend themselves and help others. They need to know what to expect and how to react. Anyone who has been involved in a physical altercation for the first time knows the actual experience is nothing like what they thought it would be.

Regardless of the person's size or strength, one doesn't have to be helpless.

6 Tips

Here are six fundamentals to remember during a violent confrontation:

1. Keep your eyes open. As simple as this sounds, most people tend to close their eyes during physical altercations. Our natural reaction is to close our eyes when we think we'll be hit. We have to fight the urge and keep our eyes open. This is the only way we know what's happening so we can react effectively.

2. Watch their hands. Hands are the most dangerous part because they can kill you the fastest. They hold guns and weapons.

3. Do something. You have to do something - scream, kick or run. The worst thing you can do is to do nothing. If you let the fear or the shock of the situation freeze you, you have completely wiped out any chances of your survival. Doing something doesn't always involve something physical. Whether it's talking to the aggressor, calling the police or evacuating innocent bystanders, we can always do something to affect the situation.

4. Have presence of mind. It's easy to panic and get tunnel-vision, where you are focused only on what's in front of you. Fear, pain and exhaustion are just some of the factors that keep us from thinking clearly. When you have presence of mind, you are able to make decisions and act. You may even find ways to outsmart your assailant. If you stop thinking, you're giving up.

5. Don't turn your back to the assailant. Unless you have enough room to get a good head start and run away, do not turn your back. You are completely exposing yourself, and you can't see what the assailant is doing. You can't react and defend if you don't know what's going on.

6. Keep your will to survive. Never give up. The mind is capable of defying physical boundaries. We've all heard of stories of people surviving situations that would have killed a regular person. They're not superhuman nor do they possess special abilities. They just refuse to give up.

Joone Kim, says physical training provides staff with the tools to protect themselves and others

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The main thing to remember during and altercation is to do something. Regardless of the person's size or strength, one doesn't have to be helpless. Hands-on training provides for and opportunity to learn and test physical techniques in a controlled and safe environment. Although it's not like the real thing, physical training offers a taste of what to expect. An important factor in any physical confrontation is to know one's limitations. This knowledge is critical in choosing the most effective response that is appropriate for the situation.

Because people vary is size, strength and ability, not everyone can apply the techniques in the same way. Actually trying out the techniques in important, because there is no one technique that is guaranteed to work for everyone and every time.

The techniques should be basic and close to instinctive human reactions so they are easily retained. The reality is that most people who attend physical training do not continue to practice on a regular basis. Therefore, complicated techniques, although effective, should be avoided because they require regular practice in order to be applied correctly. The best techniques is the one that you can remember when you need it the most.

An additional benefit of physical training is the opportunity for a dialogue where individual experiences can be shared. Listening to other people's experiences in how they were involved in a physical altercation, what they did, and most important, what they learned from it provides valuable insight and information. From group dialogue, innovative ideas can emerge as to how to best prepare in the future.

We can't predict when and where violence will occur, but we can prepare ourselves mentally and physically to respond effectively. As Benjamin Franklin said, By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.

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Anger Management Workshops

Whoever requested large mega-doses of irony and paradox for our lives today can cancel the rest of the order. There is plenty---probably too much---to go around.  For instance, from childhood we are taught to strive for a first-rate education so we can graduate and land high-caliber jobs. Then, no sooner do we settle in to the corner office than we realize that achieving our goals comes at an un-advertised cost, and a big one at that.

With our demanding jobs, family responsibilities, and hectic lifestyles come boatloads of anxiety and stress. And if that's not bad enough, anxiety and stress   take it upon themselves to bring along their close traveling companion.wait for it.wait for it.you guessed it: anger. Before we know it, our most common and destructive emotion, Mr. Clenched Fist Anger, moves in with us and begins to take over---usually without our realizing it. No wonder then that the number of people suffering from stress and anger problems is on the rise.

Our search for ways to "unwind our minds" can lead down a variety of paths. One such path is anger management. This is a system of psychological therapies and exercises that can help reduce the negative effects of over-the-top anger.  It should be no surprise that the number of organizations that provide anger management workshops, like stress and anger, is also increasing.

Some good news is that there are various options for anger management workshops available through psychological and motivational methodologies. The main objective of these anger management workshops is to help people understand the harm that anger can cause them and the people around them, and to help them find ways to manage and control their anger. The anger management classes provide new insights, time-tested behaviors, and reliable techniques to teach people how to be keep their cool in potentially stressful situations. They also work for people who need to control other destructive emotions.

Anger management workshops also teach how to stay more focused and motivated at work, at home, and in other settings, and to manage yourself in situations that typically cause you stress and anger. Those who offer anger management classes know all too well that sudden eruptions of excessive anger can cost you your job, relationships and even marriage and family. That's why the courses focus on providing solutions to prevent such problems.

Another irony in our world today is that time to engage in constructive and helpful activities, such as anger management classes, is hard to come by indeed. It's a double-irony that people who are overloaded with stress and related anger find it especially difficult to make enough time in their schedules to attend face-to-face classes on anger management. For them online anger management classes can be a lifesaver. Over the past decade and a half, online anger management workshops have become increasingly popular as an effective alternative for people who need help in stress and anger management. Online anger management classes are convenient and easy to access, and the cost of online anger management classes is affordable. They often less cost than face-to-face classes when you figure in the costs of travel and childcare. Certified online anger management classes and Anger Management Workshops are taught and facilitated by skillfully trained professionals. In addition, with online courses you can do your coursework at times and places that you choose. How's that for stress relief?

 

 
 
 
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