Managing Anger (PowerPoint Presentation)

This PowerPoint will help you understand the difference between anger and aggression. It describes the relationship between anger and selfishness. You will learn specific techniques to manage your anger, regain emotional control, and learn how to handle irritations and frustrations without resorting to picking up a drink or using a drug. (Slide count: 48)

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Managing Anger (COD Lesson)

Everyone gets angry occasionally, but sometimes people have problems managing and expressing anger appropriately. Feelings of anger can be a major trigger for a relapse because using alcohol or drugs to manage strong or difficult emotions may have become a pattern over time. This lesson will help you understand the difference between anger and aggression. It describes the relationship between anger and selfishness. You will learn specific techniques to manage your anger, regain emotional control, and learn how to handle irritations and frustrations without resorting to picking up a drink or using a drug.

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Managing Anger (Part 2)

This is the second segment in the two-part series on Managing Anger. Today co-hosts Tim Bode and Gaylen Morse are talking with Dr. Hal Baumchen about how to overcome aggressive…

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Managing Anger (Part 1)

Join co-hosts Tim Bode and Gaylen Morse as they talk with Dr. Hal Baumchen about the reasons people get angry. There is a big difference between anger and aggression. Listen…

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Mental Health Worksheets

https://youtu.be/Vwr5rnsW568 Mental Health Worksheets Downloadable mental health worksheets and therapist resources. Topics include Managing Anxiety, Depression, CBT, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, Stress Management and more. Only $10 Per MOnth Journey to…

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Being Emotionally Flooded

Permit me to start with an automobile analogy. In the old days before fuel injection systems, when cars had carburetors, engine flooding would occur if too much gasoline flowed into…

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Understanding Assertive Behavior

Assertive traits include being confident, straightforward, and honest. Assertive people express their ideas, feelings and desires without second guessing or apology. They speak firmly in a way that respects the…

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Making a Change

“People don’t resist change. They resist being changed.” – Peter Senge  Making Changes  I have spent my 30+ year career helping people change. Unfortunately, without some guidance or intervention, most…

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Managing Emotions Prevents Relapse

Addressing Emotional Problems  It is vital for clients to understand the signs and symptoms of mental illness and address worry, stress, anger, anxiety, depression, and many other emotional concerns. In…

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Understanding Aggressive Traits

Understanding Aggressive Behavior  Being annoyed or frustrated is an experience common to us all. Anger, too, is a common emotion and it could be said that everyone gets irritated and…

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Resolving Old Wounds

When Nothing Seems to Change  Many of us could point to difficult and painful events of the past. Those trials bring a barrage of intense emotions including sadness, grief, anger,…

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Are you easy to get along with?

Getting along with others is a wonderful talent to have. It is easily applied at home, at work and on the road in between. Not having this simple skill can…

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Social Anxiety Interferes with Life

What is Social Anxiety?  Social anxiety disorder is best defined as an excessive fear of social situations and affects between two and thirteen percent of the US population. About one…

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Addiction Affects the Family

Addiction is an illness that affects the entire family. It is cunning, powerful, and baffling. It can turn love into hate, success into failure, and prosperity into poverty. It is…

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Helping a Family Member Part 1

This is the first of a two-part article on extending help to a loved one who has substance use and mental health problems. Concerned friends and family often find themselves…

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Addiction and Anxiety

Trying to Reduce Anxiety  In a co-occurring disorder treatment program, people come with a variety of mental health and substance abuse issues including social phobia and generalized anxiety. At first…

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Blind Spots

Understanding Blind Spots  When driving a car there is an area that you cannot see called a blind spot. This concealed part of the visual field lies between what you…

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