What WE Teach In Anger Management Training....
And What YOU Learn!
YOU...Don't Need To Be Part Of An Angry World
During anger management training, which can occur in a group or in a one-on-one setting, people learn skills for those times when they are getting upset and starting to feel the impulse to lash out. Some of these skills include:
Becoming And Active Listener
Learning to understand why events are unfolding will often reduce your fear and help you remain calm.
Focusing On The Moment
Focusing on what actually is happening now, as opposed to what you think might happen as a result, will help you make decisions on how to respond appropriately rather than react in a potentially negative way.
If you can find a middle ground during a confrontation, you may find a solution you can both live with.
Being Assertive Not Aggressive
Stating your needs in an intelligent and confident fashion, rather than forcing people to see your point, will reduce tension.