What’s Good About Anger? 8 Week program
You can finish this course quickly
This course will help you discover the process of anger, when it is harmful and helpful and how to direct your anger into assertiveness, problem-solving, conflict resolution and forgiveness. This course develops and emphasizes effective and practical skills for managing anger. The authors present proven, research-based approaches for managing anger through: identification of triggers, stress management, relaxation skills, communication skills, conflict management, empathy, forgiveness and challenging false beliefs and thinking.
Goals: To reduce levels of anger in provocative situations. To learn effective coping behaviors in order to halt escalation and to resolve conflicts. This course is self-paced, and can be completed quickly!
You will receive:
- the book
- 8 lesson workbook
- online course access and home-study materials
- final exam
- 8 week certificate of completion
The eight week includes the book, 8 lessons and quizzes, DVD, recommendations, certificate. This distance-learning anger management course is presented by Lynette Hoy, a marriage and family counselor licensed in the state of Illinois, crisis counselor, anger management specialist, domestic violence advocate. Mrs. Hoy has trained hundreds of clients, couples and students in anger management. Certificate is granted when the test is completed. Contact Lynette Hoy at 630-368-1880 for questions about these courses.
What’s Good About Anger? Fourth (2016) edition contents:
Introduction and Instructions
Anger Survey (log) and Progress Report
Anger’s Many Faces
The Power of Anger
When Anger Is Good
Defusing Anger by Managing Stress
Handling Anger Effectively
Anger and Assertiveness
Turn Your Anger into Forgiveness
When to Take a Time-Out
Log Your Thinking
Plan to Change Your Life by Changing Your Thinking
How Emotional Intelligence Impacts Anger
It is your responsibility to confirm with the judge or your attorney as to whether a distance-learning anger management program will meet the court requirement.