Anger Management

Please contact Alexandria Long – 254-239-6950

Overview of Adult Anger Management

Goal of the course: UNDERSTAND AND REDUCE ANGRY FEELINGS

This curriculum is a collection of materials in which each session encourages new ways of thinking about and responding to anger. (Derived from the cognitive behavior model).  This curriculum is based on an evidence based adaptive treatment approach.

TCU MAPPING-ENHANCED COUNSELING MANUALS FOR ADAPTIVE TREATMENT

Session 1: Understanding Anger

Session 2:  Managing Anger in Relationships

Session 3:  Mapping Worksheets

Session 4: The Aggression Cycle

See listing for class schedule under Classes.

 

Overview of CAPP Curriculum

A Nonviolence curriculum for women.

“CAPP” is a group curriculum for women who have been violent in their intimate partner relationships, in retaliation for the abuse that has been placed on them.

Goals

  • To help women understand the violence in their lives
  • To help women take concrete steps to end the violence in their lives; both the violence they are experiencing and the violence they are using

Primary Objectives

  • To help women step back from the immediacy of their situations to see the bigger picture. When women understanding the forces in their lives they can chart a plan of action to reduce their use of violence and the violence being used against them.
  • To challenge mystical thinking
  • To facilitate dialogue leading participants to seek an explanation of what it is they are going through and what they might do to shape a future free from abuse, coercion, and violence; both their own violence and the violence used against them.
  • Two create two hours a week in which women’s experience differs qualitatively from that of a controlling and abusive relationship.

Please contact Alexandria Long – 254-239-6950