When Managers Attack – A Critique

by Jerry Medol – Director – Dr. Andrew Hill, lecturer in sports and exercise science in the University of Leeds’ Faculty of Biological Sciences, led a study on why some sports coaches engage in outbursts of anger. The article, “When Managers attack: Coaches who care about pundits’ opinions worse at controlling anger”  was published in the […]

It’s All About Attitudes – Part 4: Shame

by Rusty Fleischer, Program Director, and Jerry Medol, Director – Shame seems to be one of the most common attitudes in anger work. Addressing shame and educating clients on its effect on their lives is often the key to addressing anger related needs. So what is shame, how are we affected by it as children? […]

What is “Staying In Your Power”?

by Rusty Fleischer, Program Director – Frequently when we talk about “staying in your power” at Anger Alternatives, participants in our trainings and workshops give us a very confused look. The confusion usually originates from not understanding the difference between “power” and “control”. So before I talk about “staying in your power”, here is a […]