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Anger Management: Treating Road Rage
Anger Management: Treating Road Rage - 6 CEUs

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Questions:
1. What are three myths many Anger Management clients have about road rage?
2. What are four rules that many Anger Management clients predetermine and often lead to road rage?
3. What are three aspects to treating an Anger Management client’s self-esteem?
4. What are the four categories to the Larson Driver Stress Questionnaire for Anger Management clients?
5. What are three effects of stress on Anger Management clients?
6. What are five steps in replacing an Anger Management client's predetermined rules with less stress-inducing rules?
7. What are three techniques to help Anger Management clients who respond negatively to hostile drivers?
Answers:
A.  Anger, impatience, competing, and punishing
B.  discussion; attitude change cards; debate; and relaxation exercise.
C.  making good time; being number one; not letting the other driver get away with it; and certain drivers should not be allowed on the road.
D.  "General Principles"; "Jekyll and Hyde Visualization"; and "Giving Warning".
E.  anger; inappropriate goal-setting; and replacing the source of self-esteem.
F.  Those that connect road rage to temperature; character; and sex.
G.  increased irritability; less control over impulses; and susceptibility to paranoia.

Course Content Manual Questions The Answer to Question 8 is found in Section 8 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:
8. What are the five anger management principles?
9. What is the basic assumption behind AHA!?
10. The minute we try to measure how happy we are, the comparative nature of our minds will compel us to consider what?
11. Dreikers characterizes "misbehaving" children as what?
12. What are the five priciples that may calm rage and prevent blowups?
13. What are the five elements of a balanced life?
14. According to Warren, what is anger?
15. What type of personality values their own needs above those of all other people?
16. Some people become addicted to anger as a way to spare themselves any experience that is what? 
17. What type of anger pattern uses anger as an excuse to withdraw?
Answers:
A.  Anger is always at the core of expressed hostility and aggression.
B.  threatening or painful
C. dis­couraged children who may have mistaken beliefs about how to get their needs met
D.  a physical state of readiness
E.  1) Avoid the double standard. 2) Be a soul-searcher. 3) Walk out and start again. 4) Use brainstorming techniques. 5) Acknowledge that you’re sorry.
F.  withdraw/isolation
G.  how much happier we could be
H.  spiritual self, physical self, social self, thinking self, and feeling self
I.  a solid self-concept, organizing your anger-aggression values, staying in close touch with your feelings, putting your massive brain in gear, and learning how to forgive the burn
J.
  narcissistic


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