Posts Tagged ‘Killeen’

The Many Faces Of Anger

Having over thirty years experience as a psychotherapist, I have seen anger expressed in many of its forms, by omission and commission. Usually we have a way of expressing anger that is our signature, that is a way of being angry that we resort to over and over again, when we are in conflict. Habits…

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An Open Letter to Judges, Prosecuting Attorneys and Human Resource Managers about Anger Management Classes

Person-directed aggression and all forms of rage are dramatically increasing worldwide. While anger management is the most effective intervention for unhealthy anger, the lack of state or local standards poses risks for those in the position to mandate employees or defendants to attend such classes. Currently, there are no regulations mandated for anger management providers…

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Houston, Texas Anger Management Classes

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIClFMe3LM4]Fast Track Anger Management Classes Every Saturday and Sunday of the month. If you’ve been court ordered to complete an anger management class by a certain date, and you don’t have the time to attend weekly classes or due to unseen circumstances and procrastination you find yourself out of time to attend weekly classes to…

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Disruptive Physician Behavior and JCAHO Standards

When I speak with hospital administrators, many times the topic of disruptive physician behavior comes up. Now that has some obvious reasons. Disruptive physician behavior can damage the hospitals reputation tremendously and it can cost the organization lots of money. It is actually estimated that unnecessary turnover rates alone costs health care organizations more than…

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Costs of Coworker Bullying: Anger Management Training Needed in the Workplace

Workplace bullying has been a hot topic since the release of the 2007 Zogby survey, which showed that 49% of American workers report that they’ve been the target of a bully’s bad behavior.  Employers have begun instituting tolerance training and implementing respectful-workplace policies.  Awareness is key in preventing this prevalent workplace disease. One way to…

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Anger Management Makes Unprecedented Inroads in Health Care, Criminal Justice and Business

Health Care The Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations is requiring new standards for “disruptive behavior” among professional healthcare staff. Disruptive physician behavior has been determined to increase medical errors and risk patient safety. These new requirements have created a Cottage Industry for specialized anger management facilitators nationwide. Resources designed to address…

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Manage My Anger

Everybody has trials and tribulations. Life takes its toll on all of us at some point of time or the other. We get angry, depressed, frustrated and miserable. Everyday is not a Sunday or a fun day for that matter. But that’s life and the sooner we accept that the better.   Why do I…

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