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I Just Get So Angry

Author : Timothy Bowden
ISBN : 9781921966217
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Today’s adolescents struggle with a range of issues, from anger and low self-esteem to depression and anxiety. In fact, research suggests that at any given time around 10 per cent of students will be suffering from a mental health issue that directly impacts on their education and health. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) (the subject of Dr Russ Harris’s bestselling 'The Happiness Trap') has been proven to be effective in teaching young people effective, flexible strategies for dealing with the stressors in their life and, as in 'I Just Want to be … Me!', these principles are once again brought to life in graphic novel form. By following the main character, Andy, through his encounter with the Beast (symbolising his inner anger, hurt, fear and resentment), teenagers will learn how to similarly deal with their own issues and develop a more resilient mental attitude and achieve better emotional balance.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Anger

Author : William Gray DeFoore
ISBN : 9780757399824
Genre : Self-Help
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William DeFoore provides practical solutions to one of society's most pressing concerns-anger and rage. His practical ten-step approach offers a way to reach a new level of psychological and physical health by learning to deal with anger in healthy ways. Through gripping stories, research and narrative, DeFoore explores the many faces of anger, including passive anger, anger during the grief process, anger among males, and anger that can actually help us connect with our spirituality and life purpose. This edition has added new chapters that cover anger in women, anger in children, in school, in the workplace, and domestic violence.
Category: Self-Help

Group Interventions In Schools

Author : Jennifer P. Keperling
ISBN : 9781462529452
Genre : Psychology
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Numerous group interventions have been shown to be effective for helping K-8 students who are struggling with--or at risk for--a wide range of mental health and behavior problems. This unique book gives school practitioners indispensable tools for making any evidence-based group intervention more successful. It addresses the real-world implementation challenges that many manuals overlook, such as how to engage children and parents and sustain their participation, manage behavior in groups, and troubleshoot crisis situations. User-friendly features include case examples, reflection questions, role-play scenarios, and 31 reproducible forms and handouts; the print book has a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series, edited by T. Chris Riley-Tillman.
Category: Psychology

Angry Kids

Author : Dr. Richard L. Berry
ISBN : 9781441240811
Genre : Family & Relationships
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During the past several years, violence by children has dominated the media, exposing this issue as one of the new epidemics of our society. The slaughter of children by children at Littleton--and the backlash of similar incidents--have opened our eyes to the severity of this problem. But what is the cause of all this anger in kids? In Angry Kids, Richard Berry draws from his experience as a marriage and family therapist to provide some answers about angry kids to parents, teachers, youth workers, counselors, and school social workers. His biblical perspective challenges parents and children to be accountable for their actions while working out solutions. Well-written, timely, and practical, Angry Kids exposes three root causes of anger in children of all ages. It also explains how parents can inadvertently contribute to that rage, how they can help their children discover the real feelings behind their anger, and how to then teach them techniques for expressing and defusing that anger. Charts, specific examples, and practical application further clarify how to stop the spreading epidemic of angry kids.
Category: Family & Relationships

Teaching Anger Management And Problem Solving Skills For 9 12 Year Olds

Author : Tina Rae
ISBN : 9781848608498
Genre : Education
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Based on the work of the Hillingdon Tuition Centre, this is a practical, innovative and useful resource for nine to 12 year olds whose behaviour is causing concern. Using the theme of a young boy writing letters from a Pupil Referral Unit, each session includes: o warm up activities o reading the letter o group discussion o activities o a plenary session. By creating this fictional character, Daniel, typical difficulties can be addressed safely by the participants. The book follows a similar format to the authors' popular Escape from Exclusion (shortlisted for the TES/NASEN Book for Teaching and Learning Award).
Category: Education

Getting The Love You Want Workbook

Author : Harville Hendrix
ISBN : 1439100330
Genre : Self-Help
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A companion workbook to the enormously successful New York Times bestselling relationship book, Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples. In 1988, Harville Hendrix in partnership with his wife, Helen LaKelly Hunt, published a terrifically successful relationship guide, Getting the Love You Want. The book introduced thousands to their Imago Relationship Therapy, a unique healing process for couples, prospective couples, and parents, and developed into an overnight sensation. For their part, Doctors Hendrix and Hunt managed to aid scores of couples in their plight for more loving, supportive, and deeply satisfying relationships. Now, more than a decade later, this companion book picks up where its predecessor left off, delving further into relationship therapy once again, to help transform relationships into lasting sources of love and companionship. The Getting the Love You Want Workbook is designed for the hundreds of thousands of couples who have attended Imago workshops since Getting the Love You Want hit bookstands, as well as new and curious ones seeking a practical route back to intimacy and passionate friendship. The workbook contains a unique twelve-week course (The New Couples' Study Guide) designed to help work through the exercises published in Part III of Getting the Love You Want. Included are complete step-by-step instructions for transforming relationships into a lasting source of love and companionship. For those of us struggling to maintain our most precious relationships, the Getting the Love You Want Workbook helps us grow aware of our individual, unconscious agenda while steering us towards a more harmonious link with our loved ones that will satisfy our deepest needs.
Category: Self-Help

Ending The Cycle Of Abuse

Author : Philip G. Ney
ISBN : 9781135823672
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Psychology

Parents Who Cheat

Author : Ana Nogales
ISBN : 9780757398346
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Nationally known psychologist Ana Ledwin Nogales addresses the affects of parental infidelity on childhood development—and on these children's relationships as adults Many books explore the affects of marital infidelity on a marriage, but Parents Who Cheat is the first book to examine not only how this behavior contributes to the breakdown of a family structure but how it directly affects the children in that family. With compassion and piercing insight, Dr. Ana Ledwin Nogales explains how adultery damages a child's understanding of love, marriage, and trust. As these children grow toward adulthood, their ability to have healthy relationships is compromised. Through stories of children struggling to understand their parents' adultery, as well as case histories of adult children coping with unresolved issues related to parental infidelity, Dr. Nogales shows how destructive habits are formed and points the way toward healing and the creation of healthier relationships with parents and partners.
Category: Family & Relationships

Don T Believe Everything You Think

Author : Thubten Chodron
ISBN : 9781559393966
Genre : Religion
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There are several popular treatments of Buddhism's famous text, the Thirty-Seven Practices of Boddhisattvas, but this is the only one that includes personal accounts by Buddhist practitioners of the ways they have successfully used its teachings of compassion and forgiveness in their everyday lives. The book is briskly-paced and Chodron's explanations make immediate impact.
Category: Religion

Love And Loss In Life And In Treatment

Author : Linda B. Sherby
ISBN : 9781136828805
Genre : Psychology
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Have you ever wondered what a therapist really thinks? Have you ever wondered if a therapist truly cares about her patients? Have you tried to imagine the unimaginable, the loss of the person most dear to you? Is it true that `tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all? ` Love and loss are a ubiquitous part of life, bringing the greatest joys and the greatest heartaches. In one way or another all relationships end. People leave, move on, die. Loss is an ever-present part of life. In Love and Loss, Linda B. Sherby illustrates that in order to grow and thrive, we must learn to mourn, to move beyond the person we have lost while taking that person with us in our minds. Love, unlike loss, is not inevitable but, she argues, no satisfying life can be lived without deeply meaningful relationships. The focus of Love and Loss is how patients' and therapists' independent experiences of love and loss, as well as the love and loss that they experience in the treatment room, intermingle and interact. There are always two people in the consulting room, both of whom are involved in their own respective lives, as well as the mutually responsive relationship that exists between them. Love and loss in the life of one of the parties affects the other, whether that affect takes place on a conscious or unconscious level. Love and Loss is unique in two respects.The first is its focus on the analyst's current life situation and how that necessarily affects both the patient and the treatment. The second is Sherby's willingness to share the personal memoir of her own loss which she has interwoven with extensive clinical material to clearly illustrate the effect the analyst's current life circumstance has on the treatment. Writing as both a psychoanalyst and a widow, Linda B. Sherby makes it possible for the reader to gain an inside view of the emotional experience of being an analyst, making this book of interest to a wide audience. Professionals from psychoanalysts and psychotherapists and bereavement specialists through students in all the mental health fields to the public in general, will resonate and learn from this heartfelt and straightforward book.
Category: Psychology