Anger Management for the Twenty-First Century is a hands-on workbook that makes you more aware of your behavior and options, so you can defuse situations that would otherwise quickly escalate and turn ugly often, with tragic results.
We are proud to offer this fine book, entitled Anger Management for the 21st Century by Tony Fiore, Ph.D. and Ari Novick, Ph.D. This is an excellent resource for learning how to manage and control issues relating to the emotion of anger.
An Excellent Anger Management Tool
The book includes numerous lessons and helpful tools and information on topics such as stress management, empathy, assertive communication, forgiveness, expectation management, self-talk, judgment and impulse control management, and much more.
Anger Management for the Twenty-First Century is also for designed or for individual therapists who use a structured approach to therapy and need a week-by-week guide with homework assignments for their clients. This is a perfect book to use as a self help manual for individuals, couples, and families as well as mental health professionals, businesses, clergy, probation departments and law enforcement personnel.
Anger Management for the Twenty-First Century is intended for adults who need specific tools to control or manager their anger:
- At home
- In relationships
- At work
- While driving
- Or any other situation where anger control is an issue
- Where anger comes from
- What Anger Management is, and what it isn’t
- Why you’re ultimately in charge of your responses to anger stimulants
- Why 95% of the time, anger makes things worse, instead of better
- How stress affects your personal physical health
- The amazing amount of control you have over your reactions
- How to approach situations with more optimism
- Identify harmful communication styles with others
“This is a book I can put to immediate use with my clients. By incorporating their clinical experiences, the authors have made the book both practical and enjoyable. The exercises are excellent and thought provoking. The many checklists are great tools for self-assessment and also help the reader to understand the problems associated with anger. By including material on stress and optimism, this book offers a more complete approach to anger management.”
James W. Sturges, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Associate Professor California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
“The strength of a relationship can be evaluated by how well conflicts are managed and rectified. I highly recommend Anger Management for the 21st Century, as it is an excellent resource for understanding and mastering anger, one of the most challenging of humans emotions.”
Robert J. Hohenstein, Ph.D., Faculty, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology
“Fiore and Novick untangle complicated emotions by asking questions and helping us find answers. A fast read with no fluff, police officers can find new ways to leave stress on the job. I highly recommend it.”
Mike Madigan, Author of 'The Twisted Badge'