Live Webinar Date: Wednesday, July 1st, 2020, 7-8pm Webinar Registration Link Over 2,300 years ago the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle said: “Anyone can become angry.  That is easy.  But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way…that is not easy.” There are few emotions more destructive than uncontrolled anger. A moment of anger can undo years of thoughtful work in creating relationships, friendships and careers. Fortunately there are approaches to understanding and managing our anger and even channeling it into more positive behavior. In today’s webinar, Dr. Vicki Coleman will guide us in understanding and managing our anger.

In this webinar you will learn…

  1. Definition of Anger & Anger Management
  2. Global & Historical Changes that Affect Anger
  3. How to Identify Antecedents and Triggers Related to Anger
  4. Biological, Psychosocial, Cultural, & Environmental Issues Related to Anger
  5. Strategies & Techniques for Addressing Anger, Anger Management

Benefits of attending this webinar: You will…

  • Understand that Anger is a Valid Emotion
  • Understand Global Implications of Anger
  • Identify Strategies and Techniques for Managing anger

Who is Dr. Vicki Coleman?

Dr Vicki Coleman, LCPC, LCSW, LMFT, CCMHC, MAC, DAC, SAP, BCC, NCC, NCGC, NCCC, CCC, is an Anger Management Expert, Internationally Recognized Behavioral Health Specialist, Clinical Psychotherapist, and Online Professor of Psychology, Counseling, Human Services, and History. She is also President/CEO of The Anger Doctor & The Coleman Group.

A former Tenured Professor at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, Dr. Coleman has also held positions in mental health, social services, criminal justice, food and beverage, and transportation, including Northwestern University, Educational Testing Service, and American Airlines. She conducts research on anger management, career development, vocational psychology, sports counseling, addictions, military families, and multicultural and diverse populations. Dr. Coleman has several inter/national refereed publications in these areas.

An entrepreneur and President/CEO of The Coleman Group & The Anger Doctor, Dr. Coleman travels throughout North America, Europe, the Caribbean, and South America conducting workshops, developing programs, and evaluating institutions for accreditation. She has provided consultation for educational institutions, business, industry, government, professional associations, and community organizations. The Coleman Group & The Anger Doctor are management consulting firms specializing in services and products for anger management, mediation, substance abuse, human capital, training, and research.

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Coleman received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s in U.S. and Latin American History from The University of Iowa; a Master’s in Counselor Education from Northern Illinois University; and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University.

Dr. Coleman is a member of the National Career Development Association, National Association of Forensic Counselors, and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, to name a few. She is also a Licensed Clinician in several states, and possesses a variety of related Certifications.

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WHY ARE YOU SO ANGRY?

Theory, Research, and Practice Achieving Your Optimal Health July 1, 2020 Las Vegas, Nevada

Dr. Vicki D. Coleman, The Anger Doctor

www.angerdr.com

info@angerdr.com

702-220-5300 (o)

702-524-0223 (c)

INTRODUCTION

Welcome

Theoretical Framework

Strategies and Techniques related to Anger Management and Bully Prevention

ANGER MANAGEMENT Examination

What was the major international event, that occurred in November 1989, that changed the entire world?

CHANGES IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE

  • Governments and Political Systems
  • Demographics
  • Economy
  • Technology
  • Relationships
  • Values, Mores, Core Beliefs, World View
  • Environment
  • Safety: Terrorism=Domestic, Global
  • World of Work: Telework
  • Other

ELEMENTS OF CULTURE

  • Sense of Self
  • Communication and Language
  • Dress and Appearance
  • Values and Mores
  • Beliefs and Attitudes
  • Time and Space
  • Food and Feeding Habits
  • Family and Relationships
  • Play and Leisure
  • Knowledge and Learning
  • Work and Work Habits
  • Spirituality

Coleman, V.D. (2000).
Elements of culture. (
Courtney, Coleman * Wright , 1989).

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

  • Dr. Donald E. Super, 1910-1994 Self-Concept; Life-Span Development
  • Dr. Robert J. Havighurst, 1900-1991 Developmental Tasks
  • Dr. Harry Stack Sullivan, 1892-1949 Self System; Developmental Epochs
  • Dr. Albert Ellis , 1913-2007 Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
  • Dr. Stanton E. Samenow, 1941–present; Errors in Thinking

ANGER: DEFINITION

  • A Valid Emotion
  • Injustice
  • Being Wronged

ANGER MANAGEMENT

Anyone can become angry. That is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way…that is not easy.

Aristotle, 384 BC–322 BC

CAUSES OF ANGER

Biological, Psychosocial, Cultural, and Environmental

Biological, Physiological, Genetic

  • Psychological
  • Sociological
  • Cultural
  • Environmental

THE BULLY

  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Poor Communication Skills
  • Impaired Relationships
  • Peer Pressure
  • Abused, Sexually Assaulted, et al
  • Personality Disorder–Antisocial; Narcisstic
  • We Have All Been a Bully: Perpetrator
  • We Have All Been Bullied: Victim
  • Many Bullies are Also Victims, Concurrently

The Accidental Bully (accidentalbully.com)

The Bully is Someone who suffers from one or more self esteem deficits, and attempts to compensate (for those deficits) at the expense of other individuals (Zegart, 2010).

THE BULLY IN THE WORKPLACE

  • The Bully Exists in Every Workplace
  • Who is the Bully in Your Work Environment?
  • Bully Identification
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Is it Bullying or Harassment?

ANGER ASSESSMENT

LIFELINE (Coleman, 1998)

  • Past; Earliest Memory
  • Present
  • Future: Short and Long Term Goals

Themes, Trends, Patterns

Tennessee Self-Concept Scale (TSCS)

(Fitts, 1964; Fitts & Warren, 1977)

(Coleman Model, 2015)

  • Personal Self-Concept
  • Physical Self-Concept
  • Family Self-Concept
  • Social/Community Self-Concept
  • Academic/Work Self-Concept
  • Moral, Ethical, Spiritual Self-Concept

THE ANGER MANAGEMENT MAP

(CONOVER, 2018)

  • Interpersonal Assertion
  • Empathy
  • Stress Management
  • Interpersonal Aggression
  • Interpersonal Deference
  • Change Orientation

ANGER MANAGEMENT PROFILE (AMP)

(Behavior Data Systems, 2007)

  • Truthfulness
  • Anger
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Anger Management

ANGER MANAGEMENT
CONFLICT RESOLUTION: STRATEGIES & TECHNIQUES

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individual/Systemic Approach
  • Communication
    • Decision Making
    • Anger Management
    • Stress Management
    • Emotional Intelligence
  • Individual & Organizational Consultation
  • Intake & Assessment
  • Anger Management Training
  • Communication Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Collaboration
  • Group Facilitation
  • Violence in the Workplace Training
  • Sexual Harassment Training
  • Violence Prevention Education for Schools
  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Development of Conflict Management & Resolution Systems
  • Monitoring
  • Research and Evaluation

ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES

  • ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY
    • Dogs, Cats
    • Horses
    • Dolphins
  • CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY
    • Music
    • Art
    • Dance
    • Cinematherapy

ANGER MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

  • Tennessee Self-Concept Scale (TSCS)
  • Conover Anger Assessment (Conover)
  • Anger Management Profile (AMP)

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION

Questions, Comments, Observations?

ANGER MANAGEMENT: REFERENCES

Behavioral Data Systems (2010).
Anger Management Profile.
Phoenix, AZ: Author.

Coleman, V.D. (1998). Lifeline. In H.G. Rosenthal (Ed.),
Favorite counseling and therapy techniques
(51-53). Washington, D.C.: Taylor & Francis Ltd.

Conover Company. (2010).
The Anger Map.
Appleton, WI: Author.

Courtney, S., Coleman, V.D., & Wright, R.W. (1989).
Cultural influences in the workplace. Faculty manual. Evanston, Illinois:
National Louis University.

Courtney, S., Coleman, V.D., & Wright, R.W. (1989).
Cultural influences in the workplace. Student manual. Evanston, Illinois: National Louis University.

Ellis, A. (1957). Rational psychotherapy and individual psychology.
Journal of Individual Psychology, 13, 38-44.

Fitts, W.H. & Warren, W.L. (1977).
Tennessee Self-Concept Scale: Second Edition.
Los Angeles, CA: Western Psychological
Services.

Havighurst, R. J. & Neugarten, B.L. (1947)
Father of the man: How your child gets his personality.
New York, NY: Houghton.

Samenow, S.E. (2004).
Inside the criminal mind.
New York, NY: Crown Publishing/Random House.

Sullivan, H.S. (1953).
The interpersonal theory of psychiatry.
New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.

Super, D.E. (1957).
The psychology of careers.
New York, NY: John Wiley.

Super, D.E., Starishevsky, R. ,Matlin, N. & Jordaan, J.P. (1963).
Career development: Self-concept theory.
New York, NY: College
Entrance Examination Board.

Thank you for your interaction and feedback.

Dr. Vicki D. Coleman, The Anger Doctor

702-220-5300(o)

702-524-0223 (c)

info@angerdr.com

https://angerdr.com

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