What's Good About Anger book

What’s Good About Anger?

Our main study resources, training and classes are based on the 3rd (2012) edition of “What’s Good About Anger?- geared for a general readership. It includes all the best anger management strategies! Order all our resources! Contact us at: 708-341-5438

Join a Chicago-land Anger Management Group! Or get certified as an Anger Management Specialist with the National Anger Management Association.

The Institute also offers a Faith-based edition of the book, workbook, DVD and a Christian Curriculum for churches, Christian leaders and organizations desiring a biblical approach.

Anger Management Trainer-Specialist home-study programs:  Leaders and professionals can get certified through home-study courses: Anger Management Trainer-Specialist DVD Certification program or take the 40 hour Advanced Trainer & Specialist Certification Program: 7.5 hours of workshop DVDs, adult & teen curriculum & assessment tools! Includes book, assessments, leader's guide, power point presentation; evidence-based treatment planning for anger control problems. Approved by the National Anger Management Association for the Certified Anger Management Specialist-I credential! Home-study programs now approved for 12 CEs by NBCC and 12 CEUs by IAODAPCA.

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These distance-learning courses can be used for court-orders, employer, mediation or school mandates. What’s Good About Anger? emphasizes effective and practical skills for managing anger, enhancing relationships and putting your anger to work for good! Discounted prices! Order online here
 

Is Anger Normal?

©2005 by Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC  

Question: Hi, I have a friend whose mother is very controlling and stubborn. She says she has anger problems but the mother won't go see a psychologist because she's too stubborn. Is there anyway to help the mother and convince her she needs help? I got information that she was once an alcoholic but now she quit.

Answer:

Dear Friend, your friend's mother would benefit from anger management classes or a home-study course. It's possible she is dealing with a mental health problem such as depression or anxiety - but, if she refuses counseling or a psychological evaluation - then, suggesting a class or ordering anger management resources could be very helpful.

Anger is normal: Most people need to realize that anger is normal. Many times it is a hard-wired emotion. Other times, anger is a secondary emotion emanating from deeper hurt, sadness, frustration, expectations, beliefs, fear, thinking, etc. which need to be explored and controlled.

Learning to control anger: When anger is expressed in healthy ways - it is a change agent. Anger can actually change a person from being a passive victim to beoming assertive. An aggressive person can learn to control him or herself. Anger can help people problem-solve versus stagnate. Anger can move people to forgive versus become bitter.

Check out these resources: What's Good About Anger? Institute. She will find free blogs and articles on this site as well.

© copyright 2005 by Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC. Lynette is a Marriage and Family Counselor with CounselCare Connection , National Certified Counselor, Anger Management Specialist and Diplomate with the Amer. Assoc. of Anger Management Providers. She is the co-author of What's Good About Anger? and a speaker for community, women's and church organizations.

 
 

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