David Eason: Okay, Fine, Maybe I Have an Anger Problem – The Hollywood Gossip

David Eason is reportedly ready to accept help. He now admits he has a major anger problem.
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Signs of Anger Management Problems

Signs of Anger Management Problems

Signs of Anger Management was written by future Industrial Organizational Psychologist, Brandon Araujo, for D’Arienzo Psychological Group in June 2014.

Anger management is a term that is frequently tossed around in a joking fashion; there is even a new television sitcom called “Anger Management.” These humor-based ideas of anger management are a dramatic misinterpretation of a very serious problem, which causes those who may actually have an anger control problem to not take it seriously.

Anger is a natural emotion and an instinctive reaction to something we perceive as wrong. This emotion can be either good or bad depending on how it is handled.

Someone who is effective at managing his or her anger does so in calm, controlled, level headed manner. For example, let’s say you become angry with your spouse because they neglect garbage duty for the second night in a row. The correct response to this anger would be to first determine whether or not it’s worth getting angry about; many times people will get angry over things out of their control. Next, simply address the issue with your spouse in a calm and controlled conversation. Some common reactions to the same situation that display a lack of anger management include: passive aggressively neglecting the trash, yelling at your spouse, or even physically expressing your anger with aggressive actions.

Anger management problems have many negative side effects; not just for you, but the people around you as well. Increased levels and poor management of anger can lead to depression, anxiety, heart disease, stress, ulcers, substance abuse, and even cancer. If you experience any of the following forms of anger it may be helpful to take an anger management course or seek the help of a professional.

1)      Chronic Anger: Constantly angry, stressed, defensive, and resentful.

2)      Explosive Anger: Violent physical or verbal expression of anger.

3)      Avoidant Anger: Suppression of one’s anger.

4)      Passive Aggressive Anger: Displaying anger in non-direct ways.

5)      Rage: Uncontrollable physical and psychological expression of anger.

 

D’Arienzo Psychological Group offers online anger management classes and individual counseling and consultation for anger management problems. Court ordered anger management evaluations and treatment are also available. Our professionals are experts in the mental health field and are licensed. They are psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors. Contact us today at 904-379-8094..

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The Benefits and Effectiveness of Anger Management Training

The Benefits and Effectiveness of Anger

Management Training

The Benefits and Effectiveness of Anger Management Training was written by Brett Wallace, University of North Florida Psychology Student and Future Psychologist, for D’Arienzo Psychological Group. D’Arienzo Psychological Group provides anger management training online, in our psychology practice office, or at your place of business. 

Anger management therapy has proven to be very beneficial and effective. Therapists often use cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat anger management. Beck and Fernandez (1998) performed a meta-analysis to test the effectiveness of this treatment. A meta-analysis involves the comparison of multiple studies in which the researchers of the study use a formula to standardize the scores. They then compare these scores to see if a treatment method works. The 50 studies used in this meta-analysis covered a wide range of groups such as inmates, abusive spouses/parents, and college students. The results of the study showed that overall people who engage in anger management therapy have significantly less anger than those who do not receive treatment.

Morland et al (2009) conducted a study in which they split a group of veterans suffering from PTSD into two groups. In the first group, veterans got standard care in person. The second group got standard care through video-teleconferencing. The results of their statistical analysis showed that there was no significant difference between the two groups, and that neither treatment was more effective than the other and both showed a significant decrease in the level of anger the participants had. The study also had even distribution of ethnicities. The video-teleconference method proved to be an effective method of treatment which allows people to seek out anger management therapy from therapists, counselors, and psychologists out of state or in a distance location.

Ireland (2004) conducted a study on the benefits of brief anger management therapy on prisoners. A majority of the prisoners in this study were sentenced to prison for a violent act. In their study they split the participants into two groups. One group received the therapy and the other was put on a wait-list. The group sizes for the therapy sessions were ten per session. The therapy involved twelve 1-hour sessions over the course of three days. The results indicated that the therapy was helpful in decreasing the participant’s anger level. This shows that multiple group sessions within a short timeframe may allow for a very time efficient route of therapy. Further research should be done to confirm or disconfirm findings.

Overall, research suggests that anger management in long distance formats, such as video conferencing, online counseling and training, as well as in person formats, are effective methods in treating anger management problems.

Please contact D’Arienzo Psychological Group if you or a loved one needs help with anger management.

References

Beck, R. & Fernandez, E. (1998). Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Anger: A Meta-Analysis. Cognitive Therapy and    Research, 22, 63-74.

Ireland, J.L. (2004). Anger management therapy with young male offenders: An evaluation of treatment outcome. Aggressive Behavior, 30(2), 174-185

Morland, L. A., Greene, C.J., Rosen, C.S., Foy, D., Reilly, P., Shore, J., He, Q., & Frueh, B.C. (2009). Telemedicine for Anger Management Therapy in a Rural Population of Combat Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomized Noninferiority Trial. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 71(7), 855-863.

 

ONLINE ANGER MANAGEMENT EIGHT HOUR COURSE $49.99

ONLINE ANGER MANAGEMENT EIGHT (8) HOUR COURSE $49.99

Our Online Anger Management Eight (8) Hour Course is a self paced anger management class that can be completed in the comfort of your home or on the go on your personal computer or other electronic device. It can be accomplished in as little as eight hours. The class is comprised of 9 video sessions that are approximately 15 minutes in length. Following each session you are asked to complete exercises that can be completed either in a notebook or using a word processing program. The program is designed in a format where you should spend a day to a week between each video session in order to complete each session exercise successfully. The course is completely self paced.

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In order to receive a certificate of completion you are to either complete a final exam that can be found at the end of the course or send us an electronic copy of your exercise responses.

Once the course is purchased, a code will be forwarded to you within 24 business hours granting you access to the course for 90 days.

We guarantee that you will find our anger management classes to be informative and helpful. Get started today for only $49.99!

If you are in need of a face to face session to supplement the online course please call the office to discuss pricing. A face to face session can be completed using electronic means or at our office in Jacksonville, Florida.

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ONLINE ANGER MANAGEMENT FOUR HOUR COURSE $29.99

ONLINE ANGER MANAGEMENT FOUR (4) HOUR COURSE $29.99

Our Online Anger Management Four (4) Hour Course is a self paced anger management class that can be completed in the comfort of your home or on the go on your personal computer or other electronic device. It can be accomplished in as little as four hours. The class is comprised of 9 video sessions that are approximately 15 minutes in length. Following each session you are asked to complete exercises that can be completed either in a notebook or using a word processing program. The program is designed in a format where you should spend a day to a week between each video session in order to complete each session exercise successfully. The course is completely self paced.

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In order to receive a certificate of completion you are to either complete a final exam that can be found at the end of the course or send us an electronic copy of your exercise responses.

Once the course is purchased, a code will be forwarded to you within 24 business hours granting you access to the course for 90 days.

We guarantee that you will find our anger management classes to be informative and helpful. Get started today for only $29.99!

If you are in need of a face to face session to supplement the online course please call the office to discuss pricing. A face to face session can be completed using electronic means or at our office in Jacksonville, Florida.

If you have questions about our anger management class please contact our office at 904-379-8094 or by email at admin@livebetterjax.com

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Online Anger Management Four (4) Hour Class Link

We also offer help for disruptive physicians, disruptive employees, disruptive lawyers, and for other disruptive professionals. We provide emergent on-site interventions and consultations for your most difficult employees. Flexible treatment plans are available at our Jacksonville, Florida office based on your specific needs. We are available to assist you and your employees. Call us today!

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