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Anger is a human emotion like many other emotions. However, it is key to understand anger and recognize the best techniques to manage it effectively. Controlling and restricting anger is very important in an individual's personal and professional life. Without control you are limiting your chances of a positively enhanced life and wellbeing.
Anger can be a very damaging power, costing individuals their personal relationships, their careers and even their lives when it gets out of control. Fortunately, it is possible to have constructive approaches to manage anger properly. This Udemy Anger Management course will help teach participants how to identify their anger hot buttons and what exactly to do when they become angry.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|Section 2: What Is Anger|
Grief and Anger
Case study 1
Worksheet: Cycle of Anger
Case study 2
|Section 3: Controlling Your Anger|
Case study 3
Worksheet: Using Coping Thoughts
Case study 4
Case study 5
Worksheet: Constructive Disagreement
Worksheet: Identifying Solutions
Case study 6
Worksheet: Choosing the Best Solution
Case study 7
Worksheet: Creating a Plan
Worksheet: Identifying Your Hot Buttons
Case study 8
Case study 9
|Section 4: Last But Not Least|
Case study 10
Bonus Video - Obama Anger Translator
Course Self Assessment (Questions & Answers)
Words from the Wise
Adam Karsh is a qualified psychologist. Before he changed career to psychology and personal development Adam worked for 10 years training and coaching employees in some of the largest global financial institutions in the world. His mission is to deliver maximum learning value to students interested in improving or acquiring key soft skills such as communication, leadership, management, productivity, emotional intelligence, well-being, problem solving, creativity, conflict resolution and other intangible skills.