There are many things to be angry about at this time of national crisis...Read more
Anger can be like fire: good or bad for our survival. Sometimes we learn how to express anger in ways that are not useful. Maybe our parents shut down for a few days and we learned that this was the only way to be angry. Other families may model explosive responses or throw things in what feels like a 0-100 timeframe.
Take this FREE short test to see how your anger may not be working for you. The results may surprise you. If you would like to work on your anger you can use materials at this site and/or take your results to a licensed (LPC or LCPC) counselor in your area at www.PsychologyToday.com.
Need to complete anger management classes? Want to work on your anger to use it more productively? The "Amazon" Warrior Institute (AWI) is here to help.
Check out our Anger Management Classes that will help you to learn new ways to process your anger. Work sheets, videos, and mini-quizzes can help you to find new ways to anger. Some of these activities are free and others require a fee that will provide you with a certificate of completion. It will be helpful to first purchase the "Leashing Your Anger Beast" workbook (see link at the top of this page).
This "Face of Anger" Processing Model is designed to help you and your counselor to determine steps where you may be "stuck." Using theoretical techniques and interventions, your counselor will work with you to find new ways to move toward resolution by acknowledging and validating your anger.
Christian choices for anger conform to a way of life that recognizes Jesus Christ as savior and our thoughts and behaviors as a way to live that life of rebirth. One way to approach anger for a Christian is to consider the biblical passages that reference anger.
In this spirit, Christians (and non-Christians) who are struggling with anger can find resources and commentary here. This section is intended to affirm Christian beliefs related to anger as a way to promote justice in alignment with Holy Scripture.
Oftentimes, anger is associated with beliefs and values that have been violated as a result of an injustice. A new ACPE credential is available for licensed mental health practitioners for the ethical incorporation of client spirituality in counseling. Upcoming online training is available for the required curriculum. Click here for more information.
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