Anger Management
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About the course

In this course, students will be taught how to approach anger constructively and manage it effectively. Anger is a part of life that needs to be acknowledged and dealt with as it has the potential to cost people their jobs, personal relationships and even their lives. In this course, we teach students how to identify it and also how to deal with it on an individual basis.

What will I learn?

The Course Topics include
1. Understanding Anger
2. Do’s and Don’ts in Dealing with Anger
3. Gaining Control
4. Separating the People from the Problem
5. Working on Problem
6. Solving Problem
7. Creating a Personal Plan
8. The Triple-A Approach
9. Dealing with Angry People
10. Pulling it All Together

Benefits of the course

Course Objectives are as follows:
1. To understand anger dynamics in terms of the anger cycle and the fight or flight theory
2. To know the common anger myths and their factual refutations
3. To know the helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger
4.To know techniques in controlling anger, particular reading anger warning signs, using coping thoughts, exercising relaxation techniques and blowing off steam
5. To understand the difference between objective and subjective language
6. To know tips in identifying problem
7. To be able to express a feeling or position using I-Messages
8. To know the skills and techniques needed in making a disagreement constructive, including effective negotiation and solution-building
9. To be able to reflect on one’s hot buttons and personal anger dynamics
10. To know alter, avoid and, accept ways of responding to an anger-provoking situation
11. To understand the energy curve and how it can help in responding to someone else’s anger
12. To learn and practice de-escalation techniques
13. To gain an integrated view of anger management and how it can be best practised.

Who is this course for?

Individuals who find it difficult to manage their anger and are afraid of the effect that it will have on their livelihood