Dr. DeFoore provided these two-hour anger management classes monthly at the Cooper Wellness Program in Dallas, where he presented on several wellness-related topics for 25 years.
In the CD/audio download of this seminar, you will find:
As a result of attending one of these anger management courses, you will:
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This particular seminar is offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Dr. DeFoore has provided this seminar at The National Wellness Conference, and at the annual conference of the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine.
This is one of Dr. DeFoore's most powerful anger management classes, since it deals with the healing power of forgiveness.
These on-demand anger management seminars are offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Anger Management Techniques is a practical, straightforward seminar that gets to the point and gives you exactly what you're looking for.
In this anger management class, you will:
This on-demand anger management course is offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Healthy Anger And Your Health is a highly informative and helpful seminar that explains how toxic anger affects your health, and what you can do to heal it and become physically and emotionally healthy.
In this seminar, you learn about these important points:
This on-demand anger management course is offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Expectations In Marriage is a powerful course that teaches skills for managing anger in intimate relationships. In this seminar, you will:
This is another one of our on-demand anger management seminars that is offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Anger In Teens is a powerful course that teaches parents, teachers, counselors and caregivers everything they need to know to help adolescents "get a grip" on their anger and channel it in healthy, appropriate ways. In this helpful seminar, you will:
This is another one of our on-demand anger management seminars that is offered in any format from one hour in length to a full day or two-day workshop. Helping Your Children With Their Anger is a powerful course that teaches parents, teachers, counselors and caregivers everything they need to know to help children manage and express their anger in healthy, appropriate ways. In this helpful seminar, you will:
Learn more about anger control from the American Psychological Association.
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Anger Love and Forgiveness: Learn how these three powerful human emotions relate to each other, and how to move from anger to forgiveness and back finally to love again. This is the understanding you have always wanted.
Alcohol Abuse: Discover how alcohol problems can play right into anger problems. This is extremely common, and you will discover that you can't overcome your anger issues until the alcohol abuse issues are addressed and recovery is under way.
Overcoming Depression: Keep in mind that anger and depression are closely related, and sometimes dealing with depression also solves the anger problems, and vice versa. You don't have to live under the cloud of depression.
Attention Deficit Disorder In Adults: This problem is often connected with a lot of frustration and anger, and medication of the symptoms is not a long term solution. Healing and managing your anger might just cure your ADD.
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