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How would you handle your anger? 6. What can you do to solve the problem with the other person(s) in the future? A ANGER CONTROL CONTRACT I, , would like to work on controlling my aggressive behaviors. Ag(Name) gressive behaviors are defined as the following: (List specific behaviors) If displays good control of his / her anger and demonstrates (Name of client) aggressive behavior(s) or less per day / week (circle one), then (Frequency) will receive the following reward: (Name of client) shows poor control of his / her anger and becomes aggressive If (Name of client) or more time(s) in the next day / week (circle one), then (Frequency) (Name of client) will receive the following consequence: In witness of this contract, we have signed our names on this date: (Month/Day/Year) Signature of Client Signature of Parent Signature of Parent Signature of Teacher or Therapist ANGER MANAGEMENT 21 Therapist’s Overview STOP YELLING GOALS OF THE EXERCISE 1.

Describe an incident where you showed good anger control. 2. How did you show your anger? 3. What strategies did you use to control your anger? 4. How did you feel about yourself after the incident? 5. How did other people respond to how you showed your anger? 6. What, if anything, would you do differently if you were faced with a similar problem in the future? A NEGATIVE INCIDENT REPORT 1. Describe an incident where you showed poor control of your anger. 2. What were you angry about? 3. How did other people respond to your anger?

How much will you want to know about my parents and family? How will I know when you are upset and when you are upset with me? Will you get mad at me if I talk or don’t want to talk about my family? If I love you, will that mean that I no longer love my family? What will happen if I can’t be like you want me to be? Do I have to be perfect to be accepted by you? If I mess up, will you get rid of me? Will you ask me questions about my birth family? Will you back off and leave me alone if I need space?

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