Managing Anger

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Wiley, Feb 1, 1999 - Psychology - 198 pages
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The purpose of this manual is to provide a series of session plans to assist the therapist in leading a course of anger management treatment with individuals who have cognitive impairment. The technique of anger management has become a widely used intervention in a variety of forensic, general mental health and non-clinical settings. The development of this manual reflects both experience gained in clinical practice, including feedback from clients and the influences of occupational therapy and psychology collegues.

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Theoretical background
Adapting the existing treatment to suit clients with cognitive impairment
Semistructured interview

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About the author (1999)

Helen O'Neill is an author who wrote A Singular Vision, Harry Seidler which made the National Biography Award for biographical writing and memoir 2015 shortlist.

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