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Anger Management

This program can change the life of the angry person and the lives of those around him or her. This is an essential workshop for individuals 18 years of age or older who want less anger in their lives.

Is your life a mess because of your anger?

This program can change the life of the angry person and the lives of those around him or her. This is an essential workshop for individuals 18 years of age or older who want less anger in their lives.

This seven (7) week course will provide you with the tools to become more effective in managing your day to day functioning when angry feelings emerge. You will learn the difference between normal anger and problem anger. You will also learn to avoid other angry behaviors which are sneaky, and involve ignoring or blaming and shaming others.

What do the classes specifically address?

  • Determining your level of readiness to change
  • Identifying what anger is for you through a review of an anger/violence ladder
  • How family of origin issues affect you today
  • Why did I become so angry?
  • The blaming factor
  • Maintaining an anger journal
  • How to resolve conflicts
  • How distorted types of thinking leads to anger, and how you can reduce or eliminate acting out with angry behavior.

About the Presenter
 

Stop Being So Angry is taught by Malcolm H. Cohen, LCSW. A psychotherapist since 1987, Mr. Cohen has extensive experience in conducting anger management groups in rehab settings as well as teaching conflict resolution strategies. He also has expertise with depression and its relationship to angry behavior.

Mr. Cohen holds an M.S.W. degree in clinical social work from the New York University School of Social Work. Malcolm is also a professional actor and utilizes role playing to enhance the learning experience.

For more information, dates or upcoming classes or to register please call PinnacleHealth Psychological Associates at (717) 231-8360.  You can also view the flyer.