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Overview of The Presentation on Anger Management and Emotional Intelligence:
It is the process of learning to recognize signs that you’re becoming angry, and taking action to calm down and deal with the situation in a positive way.
These were the famous philosopher who did allot of work on it.
- Peter Stearns
- Raymond Novaco
The ability to know one’s emotions, strengths, weaknesses, drives, values and goals and recognize their impact on others while using gut feelings to guide decisions.
Involves controlling or redirecting one’s disruptive emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances.
- Social skill
Managing relationships to move people in the desired direction
Considering other people’s feelings especially when making decision
Being driven to achieve for the sake of achievement.
Potential causes of development of anger problems
Things like heavy drinking, a mental disability, can all lead to a person committing an aggressive act against another person. Also not having any training on how to handle oneself in a time of aggression can lead to very undesirable outcomes. These things are typically associated with a heightened chance of anger, but there are other, less-known factors that can lead to people acting in a negative way.
The ability for young children to understand their emotions and how to react in certain situations can greatly increase their chance of expressing themselves in an appropriate manner.
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
- Reactive strategies
Aim to minimize impact of overtly aggressive behavior by using established protocols. Ex. Enforced isolation after the start of a violent outburst.
- Ecological interventions
Attempt to reduce aggression level by changing an aspect of the environment for a more calming effect. Ex. Reducing ambient noise to lower irritation.
- Contingency management
Focuses on modifying behavior through a combination of reinforcement and punishment. Ex. Using a token economy to enforce rules concerning behavior.
- Positive programming
Teaches life skills as an alternative to aggression. Ex. Anger management with a CBT background
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