ANGER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES


Book List




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If you are interested in some reading on anger management or other
related issues, check out these titles:




Before It’s Too Late: Why Some Kids Get into Trouble-And What Parents Can Do About It.

By Stanton E. Samenow

Samenow’s approach differs from traditional approaches in that he takes a strong stand that individuals are responsible for their own misbehavior. He views “blaming others” as an error in thinking that enables kids to continue acting out and getting into trouble.

His focus on individual responsibility rather than finding “the cause” is refreshing.

Practical advise and solutions are offered for parents.

Pete McClintock M.A., MFT

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What About the Kids? By Judith S. Wallerstein & Sandra Blakeslee

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Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy! Loving Your Kid Without Losing Your Mind
By Dr. Michael J. Bradley

Dr. Bradley addresses the adolescent stage with humor and fact, providing fun and informative reading. He also moves beyond humor to define circumstances that demand intervention and professional help. His stories provide insight into handling tenses situations with your teen. This book is well worth your time.



The Fall of Freddie the Leaf

by Leo Buscaglia


Gentle
Willow
by Joyce Mills



Get
Out Of My Life but first would you drive me and Cheryl to the Mall. A Parent’s
Guide to the New Teenager
By Anthony E Wolf, Ph.D.

In this newly revised addition of Dr. Wolf’s popular book he includes updates on the internet, gay teenagers and recent changes in adolescent
substance abuse. This is a wonderful book for parents seeking a comprehensive guide to
adolescence in a simple question and answer format. Pete McClintock M.A., MFT
This book has much more to offer than just a
“catchy title”. Dr. Wolf has created a practical and extremely
useful guide for parents of teenagers. With a mix of humor and
knowledge Dr. Wolf addresses the major developmental issues that
adolescents and parents face. Parents should not forget that this is
merely a book and not a magic wand. Remembering that all teenagers are
unique individuals is important and if you stereotype them they will
be the first to correct you! Reading this book is highly recommended
but don’t forget to get to know your teenager! A word of advice, if
you really want to understand your teenager, go to counseling with
them, it is amazing what they will say in front of a third party!
Review by: Pete McClintock M.A., MFT

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Toestomper
and the Caterpillars
By Sharleen Collicott

While
this book is for the 4-8 year old group, I have found some older
children enjoy it also. The ruffian, Toestomper, discovers his
nurturing side and calls his “rude and disgusting” friends to task
when the caterpillars enter his life.
Readers enjoy the animals’ transformation from rude and angry
to caring and nurturing.

Review
by: Margaret Hicke M.A., MFT

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Reviving
Ophelia

By Mary Pipher,
Ph.D.
Mary
Pipher examines the reasons American adolescent girls continue to
suffer from depression, eating disorders, addictions and suicide, and
the fact that they seem to be suffering more than ever before. Using
examples from her work with young girls, Dr. Pipher offers a candid
look at the stifling of both their creativity and their expression of
intelligence. An important book for all who know and work with young women
today.

Review
by: Margaret Hicke M.A., MFT

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Don’t
Rave or Rant on Wednesdays!
by Adolph
Moser, Ed.D.

This
book delights both children and adults with its humor and sensitivity.
Using a format that easily engages the reader’s attention, the
author examines the causes of
anger, gives techniques to manage anger and suggests the means to reduce
the anger felt. (Other books by the author are as engaging and informative
as this one.)

Review
by: Margaret Hicke M.A., MFT
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ANGER:
The Misunderstood Emotion
by Carol
Tavris

Carol
Tavris writes a book that confronts the complexity of the emotion called
“anger.” The author
examines various approaches to anger management and the reasons some of
the techniques do not work. With
a variety of examples, Ms. Tavris enlightens the reader about the emotion
itself and the means to deal with it effectively.

Her work offers us the opportunity to try new interactions in our
relationships, even before we reach the end of the book.
This book presents us with a look at our own anger management
techniques so that we may model healthy anger management for our children.

Review
by: Margaret Hicke M.A., MFT

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Hot
Stuff To Help Kids Chill Out: The Anger Management Book
By
Jerry Wilde Ph.D

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Anger
Management for Youth
By
Dr.Leona L. Eggbert

Anyone looking for a book that provides a step-by-step format for running anger management groups will be please with this book.
Although the model is geared towards adolescents some of the concepts and ideas can be generalized and may be useful with other populations.
Dr. Eggert has written a very practical guide with instructions and handouts which can be copied and immediately utilized. This is an excellent resource for teachers, school counselors and clinicians.
Review by: Pete McClintock M.A., MFT

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Real
Boys
By William Pollack, PhD.

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