By Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu, Nick Hagiliassis
Many folks with highbrow disabilities have trouble coping with emotions of anger. ''Anger Management'' is a whole education package deal for aiding individuals with highbrow or actual disabilities care for anger in confident, powerful methods. the learning application comprises 12 fully-scripted periods, facing themes equivalent to, recognising emotions of anger, studying to chill and imagine lightly, and being assertive and dealing with difficulties effectively. each one consultation follows a typical layout, together with introductions, stories of prior periods, and causes. Photocopiable handouts, facilitator's script and review sheets are supplied for every consultation. Designed in particular for individuals with highbrow disabilities, yet appropriate for individuals with actual disabilities too, this education package deal presents correct and authoritative details and routines. it's a tried-and-tested source, with a view to supply potent options for anger administration running shoes, psychologists, and counsellors.
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Emphasise that feelings are the different emotions and moods we experience inside. , happy, sad, excited, angry, frightened, proud, jealous). 1 Cut out the ‘Feelings’ cards. Participants select a card, then indicate a situation where they experienced that feeling. Ask other participants whether they have felt similarly. The ‘Feelings’ cards comprise the following feelings: · happy · sad · scared · proud · worried · angry · excited · surprised. ) Ltd 2006 LEARNING ABOUT FEELINGS AND ANGER Show the overhead ‘Facts about feelings’.
We will now look at each of these types of changes. Physical changes Show the overhead ‘Anger: Physical changes’ and tell the participants that when we feel angry, our bodies react differently. Changes may include: · pupils dilate (our eyes become wider) · muscles tense up · facial expression changes · stomach aches · heart rate increases · fists clench · teeth clench · start to sweat or feel cold · blush. 4 Ask the participants to use the ‘Body sheet’ to indicate the part of their body most affected when they feel angry.
It is important for us to be aware of these situations if we are to change the way we deal with anger. Explore the physical, cognitive and behavioural changes experienced by individuals when they are angry When we feel angry, we may experience changes in our body, our thoughts and our behaviour. We will now look at each of these types of changes. Physical changes Show the overhead ‘Anger: Physical changes’ and tell the participants that when we feel angry, our bodies react differently. Changes may include: · pupils dilate (our eyes become wider) · muscles tense up · facial expression changes · stomach aches · heart rate increases · fists clench · teeth clench · start to sweat or feel cold · blush.
Anger Management: An Anger Management Training Package for Individuals With Disabilities by Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu, Nick Hagiliassis