Managing Teen Anger and Violence: A Pathways to Peace Program

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Using anger to feel powerful, many teens exhibit classic signs of addictive behavior that can be successfully treated with the techniques outlined in this book. Filled with personal stories and vignettes, the book helps teens identify anger as a problem, recognize how they use anger like a drug, find non-violent ways to experience personal power, learn to change abusive and violent behavior, change attitudes and beliefs, avoid relapse into violent behavior, and much more.

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Overview

Using anger to feel powerful, many teens exhibit classic signs of addictive behavior that can be successfully treated with the techniques outlined in this book. Filled with personal stories and vignettes, the book helps teens identify anger as a problem, recognize how they use anger like a drug, find non-violent ways to experience personal power, learn to change abusive and violent behavior, change attitudes and beliefs, avoid relapse into violent behavior, and much more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781570232763
  • Publisher: Impact Publications VA
  • Publication date: 3/25/2008
  • Pages: 230
  • Sales rank: 712,927
  • Product dimensions: 6.96 (w) x 10.01 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Table of Contents

Dedication     vii
Introduction     1
Understanding the Problem
Sean's Story     6
Sean's Recovery Story     18
The Self-Assessment Process     37
Understand the Nature of Anger, Rage, and Violence     50
Trauma and the Roots of Anger and Rage     63
Understanding the Recovery Process
The Eight Parts of the Whole Self     74
The Eight Steps of the Recovery Process     84
Motivate Yourself to Change     92
Understand the Anger Process Through the Niagara Falls Metaphor     98
Basic Ways to Interrupt the Anger Process     110
Changing Your Behavior
Your Physical Needs as Part of the Recovery Process     122
Intercept and Stop Anger Triggers     129
Avoid Anger Triggers     140
Special Methods and Skills for Controlling Anger     148
Changing Your Mindset
Identify and Change Your Beliefs and Values     172
Your Life Mission and Spirituality     192
Establish Meaningful Goals     205
Forgiveness     215
Appendix
The Pathways to Peace Self-Help Program     226
Starting a Pathways to Peace Group in Your Area     232
Index     238
The Author     241
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