Posted by: arijnovick | July 27, 2010

Anger Management Classes Online- Tools and Strategies at your Finger Tips

One of the beauties of living in a technical age is that information is at our finger tips.  Now, more than ever, the ability to access good information and get help is easier than it’s ever been in history.  The barrier to entry to learn skills in anger management has never been easier either.

Anger management is a class that teaches some very specific skills to help change thinking and behavior.  Some of the most effective tools for making these types of changes can be learned by the following:

1. Learning to communicate assertively
2. Becoming more empathic towards others
3. Learning to respond to situations rather than reacting
4. Gaining skills in expectation management
5. Understanding stress and learning to manage it appropriately
6. Becoming a person that can forgive others
7. Improving optimism and self-talk
8. Learning how to take time-outs and cool down

The above anger management strategies can be effective if the participant learns how to incorporate these skills into everyday life.  Anger management can be learned effectively both in an online format or in a live format.  In one study, found in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, compared the use of both a live program with that of a teleconferencing course with results showing outcomes were identical.

So, there is no excuse for not getting the help needed.  Good information and anger management classes online can be started immediately, or a quality in person anger management class can be found in almost any major city in the United States.  Don’t let anger ruin another important relationships.  Learn anger management skills, techniques and strategies today.

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