Anger Control Training (v. 3) by Emma Williams, Rebecca Barlow

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Novaco RW, 'The cognitive regulation of anger and stress in personality and psychopathology cognitive-behavioural interventions', in Kendall P & Hallon S (eds), Theory and Procedures, Academic Press, London, 1979. Remocker AJ & Storch ET, Action Speaks Louder: a handbook of structured group techniques, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1987. Stafford-Clarke D, What Freud Really Said, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1967. Tedeschi JT, Gaes GG & Rivera AN, 'Aggression and the use of coercive power',Journal of Social Issues 33, pp101125, 1977.

Breathe the tension away, saying "relax" to yourself. 3 The next muscle group is the biceps. When I say "Tense", try to touch your shoulders with your fists, tensing both upper arms at once. Tense. Hold on to the tension, and relax.  . and relax. Page 134 4 Next, the shoulders and neck. When I say ''Tense" bring your shoulders to your ears and pull your head back. Tense. Hold on to the tension, and relax; breathe the tension away, feeling your shoulders and neck becoming heavier as you do so.  .

Three. Open your eyes. Supplementary Programme I Assertiveness Module The assertiveness module presented in this section is a collection of handouts and worksheets designed either to be used within the ACT programme if clients have significant assertiveness problems; to be used independently and incorporated within an assertiveness training programme; or to be used in conjunction with the enhancing self-esteem or coping with stress modules on pp 143146 and 149153. Assertiveness Individuals with anger control problems usually present with underassertiveness (passive) or overassertiveness (aggressive) difficulties, or commonly with both.

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