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Instant Anger Management: Quick and Simple CBT Strategies to Defuse Anger on the Spot
Aaron Karmin, LCPC
New Harbinger / Softcover / 2021-10-01 / 1684038391
Anger (Self Help) / Cognitive Therapy Approaches in Self Help
price: $21.95
168 pages
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Quick and easy-to-learn strategies for dealing with anger on the spot!

If you struggle with problem anger, you know how much it can hurt your relationships and get in the way of your happiness. When you’re faced with a difficult situation or anger trigger, it’s all too easy to get swept up in your emotions. That’s why you need quick and immediate tools you can use in the moment—whenever anger takes hold.

Based in proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Instant Anger Management is a take-anywhere guide for managing anger—whenever and wherever you are. Using quick and simple “try this” interventions—such as breathing, acceptance, and self-expression—you’ll learn to stay grounded, identify your triggers, and balance your emotions. You’ll also find tips and strategies to help you maintain a more positive outlook on life.

Packed with skills to help you:

Express yourself in healthy ways
Deal with frustration
Find validation for your emotions
Handle feelings of regret
Stop being defensive

Reviews:

“As a therapist, I have found anger to be one of the most complicated, confusing emotions that people have, yet few resources deal with this topic. Instant Anger Management provides a comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide to coping with anger, including why we get angry and how to handle anger without becoming destructive. People will like the ‘try this’ sections, which clearly describe strategies to manage anger and stay emotionally healthy.”
—Marisol Hanley, PhD, psychologist, and partner at Seattle Psychology PLLC

“A much-needed resource, this book makes anger management easily accessible and relatable. This book is a must-have for therapists helping clients identify go-to strategies that truly work in diffusing anger. Beyond therapists, I highly recommend this book as a must-read; anyone can benefit from having tools in dealing with anger. Aaron has made anger management straightforward and simple!”
—Melissa A. Frey, LCSW, therapist, and owner of Frey & Associates

“Karmin’s book normalizes the experience of anger and empowers the reader—through easily accessed tools—to shift their relationship to anger, rather than needing to eradicate those feelings entirely. Through his wise guidance and many years as a skilled therapist, Karmin offers readers an inner transformation, leading to increased resilience and self-control. Highly practical and incredibly insightful, this book can help ground you, guide you, and help you grow.”
—Cori Dixon-Fyle, LCSW, founder and psychotherapist at Thriving Path, a counseling practice in Chicago, IL

“Aaron’s second book gets right down to the techniques readers will need. He teaches readers how to question the assumptions fueling anger, and how to feel calmer and reinterpret the problem. He also looks at ways people can respond to someone else’s anger. He teaches multiple ways to handle any situation so the reader can find a solution that works for them. It’s a beginner-friendly guide in relatable language.”
—Aimee Daramus, PsyD, licensed clinical psychologist specializing in mental illness, and author of Understanding Bipolar Disorder

“You won’t find more bang for your buck in any self-help book on the market. Karmin uses his twenty years of clinical experience to effectively and decisively cut through the noise to deliver you this remarkably helpful text. This book is so jam-packed with (literally hundreds of) concrete things you can do to harness your anger today, that you may actually have difficulty closing it.”
—Nathan R. Hydes, PhD, ABPP, board-certified clinical psychologist

“I am so glad that Aaron Karmin wrote this book. In our busy, chaotic times, it is easy to let anger overcome us. This book provides straightforward, step-by-step guidance to help develop healthy skills to combat unhealthy anger and rage. I will be recommending this book to my clients with anger issues!”
—Susan L. Bank, MD, psychiatrist in private practice in Chicago, IL

“Anger management is a skill that can be developed and can improve our lives personally, professionally, and financially. Aaron Karmin is a seasoned expert who makes anger management simple with clear tutorials, practical tips, and proven strategies from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). This book is a wonderful resource, chock-full of wisdom that will help you quickly and easily improve your emotional intelligence and your life.”
—Joyce Marter, LCPC, licensed psychotherapist, founder of Urban Balance, national public speaker, and author of The Financial Mindset Fix

About the Author:

Aaron Karmin, LCPC, is a licensed clinical professional counselor who earned his master’s degree through Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL. In addition, Karmin is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, and holds an advanced certification in stress management. He is author of The Anger Management Workbook for Men, and his approach focuses on identifying physical cues, recognizing thoughts, considering consequences, implementing solutions, choosing behaviors,and promoting expression.

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