Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anger
Conventional therapies for anger involve restructuring thoughts and beliefs in order to bring about a reduction in anger.
These therapies often come within the schools of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) like modern systems such as REBT (Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy).
A new Integrative approach to Treatment for Anger has been formulated by Ephrem Fernandez (2010) for Cognitive Behavioural Affective Therapy. This treatment reappraisal by adding a variety of cognitive and behavioural techniques and further supplementing them with affective techniques to deal with the very feeling of anger. People can be trained to deal with the onset of anger, its progression, and the residual features of anger (15).
Research shows that people who suffer from excessive anger often harbour and act on dysfunctional attributions, assumptions and evaluations in specific situations. It has been shown that with therapy by a trained professional, individuals can bring their anger to more manageable levels.
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