Category Archives: Conflict

Practical skills and insights for people dealing with conflict and anger in relationships.

News: What’s Good About Anger program is ‘evidence-based’…

I talked with Dr. Jim Bedell today. He said that the outcome studies he has completed so far show that the What’s Good About Anger program is ‘evidence-based’. The pre and post tests have been statistically significant in about the … Continue reading

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Anger Management Podcast by Rev. Ric Hardison

Listen to this Podcast on Anger Management from WCHS Radio 58 – ASK THE EXPERT – with one of our own Certified Anger Management Trainer/Specialists:  West Virginia Rev. Ric Hardison, LPC, BCPCC, CAMS-I KANAWHA PASTORAL COUNSELING CENTER Charleston, WV 25301 … Continue reading

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When We Stop Playing Games by Ray Pritchard

The call came from an old friend, someone I have known for over 40 years. His marriage was in serious trouble, and more importantly, he saw clearly that unless he changed from the inside out, what happened to his marriage … Continue reading

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Envy, Anger and Forgiveness

Listen to this new podcast by Pastor Ray Pritchard: Envy, Anger and Forgiveness!  For more resources visit www.whatsgoodaboutanger.com Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-IV CounselCare Connection, P.C. – Anger Management Institute 2000 Spring Road, Suite 603 – Oak Brook, IL 60523 … Continue reading

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How to Measure Emotional Intelligence…

Some Anger Management Trainers/Professionals and Specialists would like to assess the EI of their clients. The Conover company and the Hay Group (Daniel Goleman) offer EI assessment. I don’t use Conover because of the expense and the complexity.  Trainers might find the Hay … Continue reading

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Violence Between Couples is Usually Calculated…

Violence Between Couples Is Usually Calculated, And Does Not Result From Loss Of Control, Study Suggests ScienceDaily (Oct. 26, 2009) — Violence between couples is usually the result of a calculated decision-making process and the partner inflicting violence will do … Continue reading

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Anger Management & Domestic Violence FAQS

Listen to the free podcast: Is It Anger or Abuse? How does anger management differ, if at all, from domestic abuse counseling? Answer: The domestic violence movement would say that anger management is not applicable to batterers. Batterers are a … Continue reading

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Ventilation of Anger..

Many people think that letting anger out or catharsis of anger reduces anger escalation. Some parents and groups teach children to rip up magazines and throw things when they get angry. What really happens? Research studies have proven that ventilation … Continue reading

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