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Anger Management Video Program

Anger Management Video Program
An Instructional Guide for Practitioners

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ISBN: 9781886230736
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About the Book

Now—a video to accompany the authors' best-selling therapist manual, Anger Management: The Complete Guidebook for Practitioners. Here's a comprehensive presentation of procedures for effective work with patients with anger issues. Ten video segments feature live vignettes illustrating how to carry out key anger management techniques. Included are such important cognitive behavioral interventions as progressive muscle relaxation, increasing motivation to change, desensitization via the “barb” technique, social problem solving, and forgiveness. The video presentations include thorough discussion by the authors of each vignette and the associated therapeutic principles. On-screen explanations outline each procedure, and refer viewers to detailed explanations in the Anger Managementtext. This user-friendly tool is a vital resource for every practicing psychotherapy clinician, clinician in training, mental health clinic and training program, in a critically important dimension of therapy.

Contributors

Howard Kassinove (Author)
Howard Kassinove, PhD, ABPP, is a board-certified clinical psychologist, former chairperson of the psychology department at Hofstra University, and past director of their PhD program in clinical and school psychology. Kassinove is a fellow of the... Read more

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Raymond Chip Tafrate, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and professor in the criminology and criminal justice department at Central Connecticut State University. He is a fellow and supervisor at the Albert Ellis Institute in New York City, NY, and a... Read more

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Looking for a good anger management program that I can use in primary care setting