Do you have trouble controlling your anger? Have you lost friends, loved ones, or even found yourself in trouble with the law because you regularly lose your temper? If you have tried regular anger management therapy but haven't been able to make any real, lasting changes in how you deal with your emotions, you should know that there are other treatment options available that can help.
With the Mind-Body Workbook for Anger, physician Stanley Block and Carolyn Bryant Block present their third workbook utilizing the innovative and successful mind-body bridging therapy. Proven-effective in both clinical and research settings, the easy-to-use self-help exercises in this book will teach you to stop identifying with angry thoughts and feelings, while allowing your body to relax and let go of unconscious tension. In this natural resting state, body and mind are both able to naturally heal and let go of habitual anger issues.
If you are looking for something new, beyond typical anger management classes, to help get your emotions under control, this book will give you the skills you need to make lasting change. To find out more about mind-body bridging, visit bridgingforlife.com
About the Author
Stanley H. Block, MD, is adjunct professor of psychiatry at the University of Utah School of Medicine, and a board-certified psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. He is a consultant on the medical staff at US Army and Veterans Administration Hospitals. He lectures and consults with treatment centers worldwide and is coauthor of Mind-Body Workbook for Stress, Mind-Body Workbook for PTSD, and Come to Your Senses. He and his wife, Carolyn Bryant Block, live in Copalis Beach, WA. Find out more about his work online at mindbodybridging.com. Carolyn Bryant Block is coauthor of Bridging the I-System, Come to Your Senses, Mind-Body Workbook for PTSD, and Mind-Body Workbook for Stress. She is also the co-developer of mind-body bridging and identity system (I-System) theory and techniques. Andrea A. Peters is an educator certified in mind-body bridging. She guided the organizational development of mind-body bridging material. Foreword writer Derrik R. Tollefson, PhD, is associate professor and coordinator of the MSW program at Utah State University. He teaches courses on family violence and frequently provides training on this topic.