The Assertive Option: Your Rights & Responsibilities
A self-instructional manual that provides specific techniques for changing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that support nonassertiveness or aggressiveness.The authors provide 33 practice exercises designed to build assertiveness skills that help reduce or prevent excessive anxiety, extreme anger, depression, guilt, worrying, or catastrophizing.The Assertive Option is a widely used text for college counseling courses and is often used as the participant's manual for assertion training groups.
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Causes of Nonassertive and Aggressive Behavior
Personal Rights and Responsibilities
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