Anger Management Programme

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  • Anger Management Programme
    • AO1
      • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
      • Faulty Cognitive Process
      • Relaxation Techniques
      • Physiological Response
      • Cognitive restucturing
      • Thought Patterns
      • Assertiveness training
      • Behavioural element
      • CALM
      • Cognitive Preparation
        • identify thoughts
        • challenging though patterns
        • alternative thinking
        • Negative consequences
          • Understanding
        • Perceive the situation
      • Skill Acquisation
        • Self Control
          • Self talk
        • Relaxation techniques
        • Non - confrontational
        • Talk
      • Application Practice
        • Role play
        • Controlled environment
        • Overcome aggression
        • New anger management skills
        • Practice
        • No risk
      • Research Evidence
        • Law
          • self report data
          • control anger
        • Dowden et el
          • Reduced recidivism
        • Watt et al
          • No gain
          • compared to control group
      • Triggers
      • Reduce anger
      • Control anger
      • Criminal behaviour
    • AO2
      • Strengths
        • Supporting evidence
          • Ireland
            • self reported data
            • significant improvement
        • Generalised
          • Alternative strategies
          • long term benefits
        • More succesful
          • compared to TEP
          • Real change in behaviour
          • useful skills
      • Weaknesses
        • contradictory arguments
        • negative contributions
        • Loza and Loza- Fanous
        • Time consuming
        • Expensive
        • Negative Contributions
        • Not successful for all
        • methodological flaws
          • Self report data
        • Limited in scope
        • only treats anger
          • compared to TEP
        • Not effective
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