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Treatment Plan Overviews Anger

Part of our behavioral health resources, this is a broad overview of our treatment plan for the treatment of anger (see our Anger, Aggression, and Violence page). Age- and gender-specific resources are available for adults and juveniles (males and females). For more information, feel free to contact us or fill out our phone consultation form.

Major Goals

Comprehensive basic treatment plan for addressing anger and violence; includes repressed anger.

1. Increased understanding of his angry feelings

  • Develop vocabulary to describe angry feelings
  • Identify cues and symptoms that he is experience anger
  • Link those feelings to specific triggers and areas of vulnerability
  • Develop a short-term action plan for dealing with anger
  • Accept that his anger is causing him problems
  • Link cues and symptoms of anger with triggers and with harmful coping behaviors

2. Address issues underlying angry feelings

Identify issues of anger from the past and resolve or let go.

3. Correct irrational thinking which leads to anger and interpersonal problems

Identify specific areas of cognitive distortion (“Stinking thinking”):

  • challenge irrational thoughts with reality

Identify and address issues underlying:

  • passive behavior
  • passive-aggressive behavior
  • lack of assertion skills
  • self-defeating behavior

Identify and address issues underlying:

  • aggressive behavior
  • overly-”macho” approach
  • controlling others by anger

4. Decrease extreme anger, reduce potential for violence

Learn coping techniques to reduce anger (thought stopping, thought switching, creative visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing, etc.)

5. Address areas of potential conflict upon return to community

The Returning Home workbook series may be utilized at this point.

See Also

The following pages may also be helpful:

Behavioral Health and Dual Diagnosis — specific behavioral health and dual diagnosis treatment planning and program resources for more than 20 DSM-IV diagnoses and issues, including anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD, ADHD, etc. Behavioral health resources include counselors' tools, model treatment plans, and client workbooks. [more]

Anger/Aggression/Violence Resources — Aggression and Violence, an extensive workbook-based resource, and Managing Your Anger, based on individual skill-building lessons, support programs up to 120 hours in length. [more]

Phone Consultation Form — fill out this form if you are interested in purchasing our treatment programs. [more]