Alternative Uses For Executive Coaching/Anger Management

Anger management coaching, based on the four popular domains of emotional intelligence, is being effectively used for marriage and divorce relationship/mediation issues. Anger Management/Executive Coaching was originally developed by Anderson & Anderson™ for use in the assessment and intervention of JCAHO defined “disruptive physicians.”

Individual Executive Coaching/Anger Management clients are beginning to request couple coaching for skill enhancement, in self-awareness, self-control (anger management), social awareness and relationship management. These are the four domains of Emotional Intelligence and do not denote psychopathology or marital conflict. Mental Health Professionals who discover that their clients are exhibiting deficits in self-control, stress management, empathy or assertive communication are referring these patients for this new non-psychological intervention of Executive Coaching/Anger Management.

Couples seen in dyad Emotional Intelligence Coaching are each evaluated using the same comprehensive instruments that are used with individuals. The same client workbooks, DVDs and ancillary skill enhancement material used for individual clients are being successfully used with couples.

Many of these clients have been unsuccessful with the traditional channels of marriage counseling or psychotherapy. In contrast to counseling or psychotherapy, coaching for Emotional Intelligence or Anger Management does not carry the same stigma currently experienced by those who are patients being treated for nervous or mental disorders. Rather, it is a skilled-based intervention designed to enhance emotional intelligence.

Sandy Harris, CAMF

Anderson & Anderson Executive Coaching/Anger Management

Excitement Is In The Air At Anderson & Anderson

We are enormously pleased with several new developments in Anger Management and the Anderson & Anderson Curriculum.       

  • The Anderson & Anderson Affiliate Program is paying big dividends for those who are signed up to market our programs and services. If you have a functional website, please visit our On-line store and signup. You will receive 30% of all sales made through your website.         
  • Sixteen CEUs are required for all Anderson & Anderson Certified Anger Management Facilitators each year. Providers who do not fulfill this requirement will be removed from our provider list as of January, 2011. Please visit our site and sign up for one or two of our scheduled live classes or purchase Home Study classes from our online store.         
  •   Our blogs are now the largest producer of hits to our website. Therefore, we urge you to link up to our website from your blog. If you do not have a blog, do yourself a favor and create a free blog through Word Press. Do not worry about content right away-we have hundreds of past posts that you may use. Please take advantage of all of this free marketing material! 

Below is our most-recent blog entry. It’s a great post to either add to, or start your own new blog: 

Beautiful Brentwood Residents Are Making Anger Management Cool!

 One of the best kept secrets and newest trends among the beautiful trend setters of Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Bel Air, CA is Anger Management Coaching provided in a confidential one on one coaching format.

Wives, partners and significant others are requesting that their mates take advantage of Emotional Intelligence based Anger Management Coaching to increase empathy and assertive, rather than aggressive communication, while learning to manage anger and stress.  Parents of college students and teenagers are also funding anger management for their offspring. 

Suddenly, Anger Management Coaching is becoming a badge of stature among those considered members of the popular “IN” crowd. The real key to this new popularity appears to be the value of Emotional Intelligence in increasing one’s well-being and interpersonal skills.  

George Anderson, MSW, CAMF

Even the Internet needs help in learning the differences between Anger Management and Conflict Resolution. Anger and Anger Management is related to useless anger. This anger can be directed towards persons or property. It does not require a dispute between one or more persons.

In contrast, Conflict Resolution relates to disputes between one or more persons. The Resolution of the conflict requires that all participate in resolving the dispute. The dispute may or may not involve anger.

Conflict Resolution is generally provided by trained Mediators who are often Attorneys who specialize in Mediation or Conflict Resolution. Most cities have free Mediation Services offered through its City Attorney or District Attorney’s Office.

Anger Management is much newer than Conflict Resolution. It is a class or individual coaching designed to teach skill enhancement in anger management, stress management, assertive communication and emotional intelligence or empathy.

George Anderson, MSW, CAMF

Anderson & Anderson

310-207-3591

Beautiful Brentwood Residents are Making Anger Management Cool!

One of the best kept secrets and newest trends among the beautiful trend setters of Brentwood, Beverly Hills,  Santa Monica and Bel Air, CA is Anger Management Coaching provided in a confidential one on one coaching format.

Wives, partners and significant others are requesting that their mates take advantage of Emotional Intelligence based Anger Management Coaching to increase empathy, assertive rather than aggressive communication while learning to manage anger and stress.  Parents of college students and teenagers are also funding anger management for their offspring.

Suddenly, Anger Management Coaching is becoming a badge of stature  among those considered members of the popular in crowd. The real key to this new popularity appears to be the value of emotional intelligence in increasing one’s popularity and interpersonal skills.

George Anderson, MSW, CAMF

Anderson & Anderson Executive Coaching/Anger Management 

When Is It Time For Anger Management?

If Anger Management  is seen as a program to increase skills in Self-Awareness, Self-Control, Social Awareness and Relationship Management, any time is the right time for skill enhancement in these areas. Generally, most self-referrals to Anger Management Programs are persons who are highly interested in skill enhancements in these areas. It is worth remembering that anger is a normal human emotion, which is exerienced by everyone from time to time. Here are five specific signals that will tell you when your anger is creating problems for you.

1).When it is too frequent. There are many situations for which becoming angry is justified and natural. But, we often get angry when it is not necessary or useful. It is important to distinguish between the times  when it is alright to be angry and when getting angry isn’t a wise idea.

2).When it is too intense. Anger is something that occurs at different levels of intensity. A small or moderate amount of anger can often work to your advantage. High degrees of anger rarely produce positive results and may damage your own physical health.

3).When it lasts too long. When anger continues over time, you maintain a level of arousal or stress that goes beyond normal limits. When anger does not go away, your body’s systems are prevented from returning to normal levels, which makes it easier to get angry the next time something goes wrong. Sometimes, it becomes impossible to resolve.

4).When it leads to aggression.  Aggressive acts are likely to result in trouble for you. When you feel you have been abused or treated unfairly, you may want to hurt the person who has offended you. Verbal aggression, like calling someone a name, is not helpful and often leads to a cycle of increasing aggression.

 5).When it destroys work or personal relationships. When your anger interferes with doing a good job or makes it hard for people to relate to you, then it becomes a problem.  Anger Management is, by far, the most appropriate response for developing skills to manage all of the situations mentioned above.

George Anderson, CAMF

Anderson & Anderson, Executive Coaching/Anger Management

Anger Management Vital To Promoting Good Health

A recommendation of a recent mental health report from the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General (U.S. Public Health Service) is its emphasis on prevention and health promotion. The Surgeon General, in a clarion call for prevention initiatives, stresses the importance of psycho- educational interventions in the community for a range of problems.  Anger Management is one such intervention, notable for its wide applicability to a variety of constituencies for both primary and secondary prevention. For example, Anger Management techniques are needed desperately by teachers, probation officers, correctional staff, counselors, community leaders and parents.

Community sites such as schools, social service organizations, churches, libraries, and social clubs provide convenient venues for workshops and classes. For some individuals, improved health may be an important incentive for participation. A recent study at John Hopkins University found that most men who experienced heart attacks or strokes had problems managing anger. Thus unhealthy anger has serious health implications and needs to be addressed proactively.

 Sandy Harris, CAMF

Anderson & Anderson Executive Coaching/Anger Management

Make Money Marketing Anger Management Products

 Anger Management is one of the few recession proof niches in human services. The demand for DVDs, books, Coaching, posters and Facilitator Certification Training is in demand worldwide.  Affiliatiates can easily earn $1000 per month of passive income. If you have a functional website and the drive to aggressively market anger management products and services, you can earn 30% for each sell made from your website. Most of the products and services that are listed in the Anderson & Anderson Online store are priced from $28 to $5600. Thirty per cent is significant for Affilitate Marketing. Please visit our website at www.andersonservices.com, visit our store and sign up to be an Affiliate.

George Anderson, MSW, BCD, CAMF