Introduction To Anger Management Worksheet

GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC

Worksheet published on September 3rd, 2020

Introduction To Anger Management Worksheet

Anger is a powerful emotion that can have many effects on people. Everyone feels anger for different reasons, and everyone has different triggers for their anger. It is important to be in touch with your anger. Understanding your own anger and why you are feeling angry is an important step in managing anger.

If an affected person is not careful, anger can cause many consequences on their life. Anger affects a person’s behavior, attitude and self-image. It can also affect a person’s relationships, career and lifestyle. The first step in learning how to control your anger is understanding where your anger comes from and how it affects your life.

About This Worksheet

This is the Introduction to Anger Management worksheet. On this worksheet, an outline is provided about what anger is and how it affects a person. This worksheet provides an overview of the symptoms, causes and consequences that anger creates for a person. It is a self-reflective worksheet that allows the client to reflect on their own actions and reasons behind their anger.

This worksheet is intended to be used for adolescents and adults. It can be helpful in both individual and group settings.

Instructions

To begin, provide an overview about what anger is and why it is important to understand your own anger. Then, review the contents of the worksheet with the client.

Allow the client time to reflect on the worksheet. Instruct them to indicate which signs, symptoms, causes and consequences resonate the most with them. Use this worksheet as a baseline to begin working on anger management skills with your client. Provide a copy of the worksheet to the client, to be used as reference.

Download Introduction To Anger Management Worksheet

Link To This Worksheet

Leave A Comment

PsychPoint

It looks like you currently have an ad blocker installed

You may view this content and help us to keep the lights on by disabling your ad blocker or white list PsychPoint.com