Overcoming anger and irritability : a self-help guide using cognitive behavioral techniques / William Davies.Material type: TextPublication details: London : Robinson, 2009.Description: xiii, 288 p. : ill. ; 20 cmISBN:
- 152.47 22
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Originally published: 2000.
Includes bibliography and index.
What are irritability and anger? -- What makes us angry? -- Why am I not angry all the time? -- Constructing a system to explain irritability and anger -- Why don't other people feel angry at the things that bug me? -- Why isn't everybody irritated by the same things? -- Why am I sometimes more irritable than at other things? -- Is it always wrong to be angry? -- Getting a handle on the problem : the trigger -- Why do I get angry ?1 Appraisal/Judgement -- Why do I get angry? 2 beliefs -- Cats, camels and recreation : anger -- Putting the brakes on : inhibitions -- The bottom line : response -- "But I'm not always irritable, just sometimes : mood -- Testing your knowledge.
"Take control of your anger and improve your quality of life... contains a complete self-help program and monitoring sheets, based on clinically proven cognitive behavioral therapy, from a trusted mental-health practioner with experience in working with prisoners and those exhibiting extreme behaviors"-- Back cover.
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