by Adrian Faupel, Elizabeth Herrick, and Peter Sharp
This book provides information, insight and strategies for understanding and managing anger more effectively.
This book provides information, insight and strategies for understanding and managing anger more effectively. They outline impulse control, social skills, moral judgements, environmental factors and therapeutic approaches which will help the reader consider their own anger as well as their reactions to the anger of others. With specific ideas offered for working with children photocopiable resources and checklists are provided, it makes an ideal handbook for teachers as well as parents, carers, psychologists, social workers and health care workers.
- Section One: What Is Anger?
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Perspectives on Anger
- 3. What does anger do to you?
- 4. What do we do with anger?
- Section Two: The Storm
- 5. Planning to avoid the storm
- 6. Weathering the storm
- 7. After the Storm
- Section Three: The Fireworks
- 8. Working with angry children
- 9. Crisis management
- 10. Help for parents and carers
122 pages; 8 1/2 X 11;soft bound
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