Anger, Rage and Relationship: An Empathic Approach to Anger by Sue Parker Hall

By Sue Parker Hall

Anger, Rage and courting provides a substantially new method to comprehend and paintings with anger and rage concerns. Taking a relational method of anger and rage, the publication provides a favorable view of human nature, supported by means of contemporary examine findings and illustrated with case stories, with participants depended on to be primarily pro-social. instead of selling options and methods for removing anger, Sue Parker corridor, places ahead an procedure which seeks not to in basic terms paintings with, yet to distinguish among, anger and rage. Anger and rage are built as solely assorted phenomena, originating at diversified developmental phases, having diversified capabilities and relational wishes and requiring various facets of dating within the healing technique. extra parts of debate contain: the features of anger practitioner defense the healing implications of operating with either anger and rage This e-book will supply worthwhile studying for practitioners facing anger and rage within the healing atmosphere, in addition to being of significant curiosity to all counsellors and therapists within the similar box.

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Chapter 12 summarises the origins of couple rage issues and utilises the Karpman Drama Triangle (Karpman, 1968) to analyse some common ways in which the absence of anger and presence of rage affect couple relationships. Finally, a composite of work with several couples constitutes Jimmy and Mitch’s fictionalised therapy story, which demonstrates the use of the ‘couple’s pot’ model (see Chapter 7) in assessing and contracting for rage issues, and elements of the therapeutic process that supported them to address their ‘relentless bickering’ are included.

Working models are introduced that focus on the helping relationship and identify the specific relational qualities required to support clients to connect with their denied or distorted anger and to express it in a direct way. Examples of effective practice with anger are also included. The ‘practice implications for working with covert anger’ model is introduced to support clients who have frozen their anger and are disconnected from it; the ‘practice implications for working with overt anger’ model supports clients who rely on fight and flight modes of distortion, and the ‘straight expression of anger’ model describes how to express anger in a safe way that is life-enhancing.

Chapter 3 argues the case for a relational approach to working with anger and rage by critiquing the anger management interventions that currently dominate state-funded provision; a review of counselling and psychotherapy research is included which consistently finds that the therapeutic relationship makes an important contribution to positive outcomes in therapy; and the findings of contemporary neuroscience research, which used brain imaging Page 5 technology to observe that empathy has a positive effect on the brain, are presented.

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