By Emma Williams
This education handbook has arisen from an expanding reputation of the necessity for Anger keep watch over education (ACT). meant to be used through pros similar to psychologists, occupational therapists, psychiatric nurses, probation officials, psychiatrists, social staff and academics, this guide is a whole programme including 4 elements. It makes use of a cognitive-behavioural procedure and is designed for the pro to aid humans switch their strategies, emotions and behavior. It deals photocopiable fabrics together with consumer handouts and facilitator's publications. The appendices comprise fabrics for position play and rest.
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An example of a decision matrix for stopping aggressive behaviour is presented in Handout I. ) Individual Decision Matrix Exercise (45 minutes) This exercise requires clients, either working alone or in pairs, to consider a specific situation in which they have become aggressive (Worksheet II). Clients are asked to reflect carefully on their aggressive behaviour on that occasion, and to identify all the costs and benefits of their actions. This information is then shared and discussed with the group.
Those observing the role-play are then asked to suggest cognitive coping strategies, in particular self-calming statements. The situation is then role-played again with those in role employing the suggested strategies. Finally, the group is asked to consider how this changed the outcome of the situation. The overall aim of this exercise is to show clients that the use of cognitive coping strategies will modify behaviours and is therefore likely to result in a positive outcome in an anger-inducing situation.
Reflection and Evaluation (10 minutes) Clients are given the opportunity to reflect on the session, to ask questions, offer comments and raise any concerns. Facilitators should hand out the session evaluation forms (copies of Worksheet III from Session One). Page 50 Decision Matrix for Stopping Aggressive Behaviour Page 51 Decision Matrix for Stopping Aggressive Behaviour Page 52 Decision Matrix for Stopping Aggressive Behaviour Page 53 Session 3 The Functions of Anger Content Approximate duration Introduction and review of previous session 10 minutes Definitions of anger and aggression 10 minutes Introduction to the 'functions of anger' model 15 minutes Specimen 'personal anger function chart' (PAFC) 15 minutes PAFC exercise and feedback 60 minutes Reflection and evaluation 10 minutes Page 54 Aims Objectives To develop a common understanding of the meaning of anger and aggression.