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Traditional managing anger programs can be ineffective if they do not address the underlying cause of bad behaviour. In preparing my thesis at the end of my Master of Counselling Degree, I found that research shows that the effectiveness of most managing anger programs produce short-term gains, and when follow-up surveys of partners of participants were conducted 12-months later these gains had...
I would like to congratulate the ABC for the professional and respectful way that the program on domestic violence discussed men's ability to change. If more of the media gave positive stories of people seeking help to change abusive and violent behavior I am confident that more people, especially men, would see that it is possible to change and become abuse free, compassionate, and great role...
You may ask “will managing anger work for me?” Managing anger skills are not rocket science and will work exceptionally well. However, for them to work exceptionally well requires participants to be motivated to change. Motivation to change is a vital requirement in learning any new skill, particularly for anger management. If your motivation is low or non-existent, then it is very unlikely any...
Receiving counselling under Medicare Allied Health System can have negative consequences for clients. Before anyone can receive counselling from a Psychologist under this system they have to be referred by a GP and the person has to be diagnosed with a "Mental Illness". Once someone has been diagnosed as mentally ill, this is kept on their medical record until they die, even if the emotional...
If problem anger and domestic violence is creating havoc in yours and your family’s life, you owe it to yourself and your family to check out Love Without Hurt and see how others have successfully changed their behaviour so that they act in their long-term best interest and in the long-term best interest of their families. Effectiveness of Anger Management Programs In preparing my thesis at the...