Anger Management Courses
Anger Management Training Institute LLC
Anger Management Courses: What an Anger Management Class Can Do For You
Our powerful online anger management programs cover everything most live classroom anger management classes and anger management seminars cover, plus they add a lot more!
- Open access to the self-scoring Online Anger Management Class.
- Immediate access to your certified court ordered anger management class certificate upon completion.
- Free Copy of the best selling Anger Management Training Book "The Anger Busting™ Workbook" - 216 pages by bestselling author James A. (Jim) Baker. The bestselling book is NOT necessary to take or complete the anger management class.
- You will instantly receive via email a course certificate suitable for printing when you complete the last lesson in our anger program.
Anger is a normal human experience; it is even a healthy emotion. Untamed anger however, can impact your life very negatively. The benefits of being able to control your anger positively are many. Uncontrolled anger often leads to poor decision-making. Managing anger gives you better judgment and impulse control.
Expressing yourself in an assertive-not aggressive-manner is the healthiest approach to handling anger. Assertiveness means that you state your concerns clearly, without controlling or hurting others.
The benefits of completing classes include:
- Learning to recognize when anger is getting out of control
- Realizing that your anger has gotten too intense
- Learning techniques to control your anger
- Skills needed to control anger and re-channel your energy
Most classes teach a core of skills:
- Better Judgment and impulse control
- Management of Expectations
- Stress Management
- Social Awareness
- Anger recognition
- Coping Skills
- Problem resolution skills
Anger management classes short-term usually consisting of ten to twelve sessions.
Do you need anger management?
- Do your rages, outbursts or frustrations affect your relationships in a negative way?
- Is anger ruining your relationships and quality of life?
- Do people suggest that you take anger management?
- Do you wonder if you need help managing your anger?
If your answer is yes to any of these questions you are probably in need of anger management.
What kind of anger management training do you need and want?
- Type one is a classroom or group setting.
- Type two is one-on-one counseling sessions with a trained counselor.
Obviously personal one-on-one anger management training is more personal and in-depth. Class and group anger management is also helpful but not as customized for your needs or provide personalized instruction.
Tips to get your anger under control:
- Get some space from the person or situation that is causing your feelings of anger
- After calming down, express your anger in non-confrontational way.
- Get some physical exercise
- Use humor to get through situations.
- Practice relaxation techniques
- Don't hold a grudge.
Although tips are helpful they do not substitute for anger management classes. If you have just minor anger problems self-help programs may have some benefit. But if your anger is a problem and because you are researching this subject it is very possible that you recognize that you may need help, if you find that you do, please get the help needed. There is no negative stigma attached to seeking and receiving treatment, but being an out-of-control person adversely affects your relationships, and career advancement.
Patricia Hines http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Patricia_M_Hines http://lessons2liveby.com/