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Anger Management Group

This open-educational group focuses on controlling angry behavior. The group objectives include identifying personal triggers, acquiring knowledge about anger, the difference between anger and aggression, the impact of alcohol or drugs on anger and behavioral skills, including timeouts, self-talk, relaxation techniques, communication skills, problem-solving skills and assertiveness. The program lasts eight weeks.

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