Creative Anger: Putting That Powerful Emotion to Good Use

Rhoda Baruch (Author) Edith Grotberg (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$58.80
Publisher
Praeger
Publish Date
November 01, 2007
Pages
243
Dimensions
6.57 X 9.32 X 1.0 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780275998745

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About the Author

RHODA BARUCH is a Licensed Psychologist and Founder of the Institute for Mental Health Initiatives, now integrated into the George Washington University School of Public Health, Department of Prevention and Community Health. She has also served as Associate Dean of Harvard's Center for Research in Careers, and was Director of Career Development at Dartmouth College. Baruch was also a member of the Advisory Board for WCVB, Channel 5 in Boston. She leads Rethinking Anger seminars nationwide.

EDITH H. GROTBERG is a Psychologist and Professional Lecturer at George Washington University School of Public Health, Department of Prevention and Community Health. A faculty member at the university's Institute for Mental Health Initiatives, Grotberg is former Director of Research for the Administration of Children, Youth and Families, for the federal Department of Health and Human Services. She has also been a Professor at American University in Washington, D.C., and is internationally known for her research on resilience. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and former President of the International Council of Psychologists. She also leads Rethinking Anger workshops.

SUZANNE STUTMAN is a psychotherapist and past Director of the Institute for Mental Health Initiatives. Stutman has been a consultant to media including Turner Broadcasting, NBC, MTV and Fox News Network. She served as U.S. Representative to the United Nations Conference on Media and Crime Prevention, and, in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization, she organized an International Conference in Violence Prevention. She also leads Rethinking Anger workshops.

Reviews

"This is a highly readable, comprehensive and very useful book....It may be read passively, however, the engaging style of writing, together with numerous personal case studies, will soon get the reader involved in the process of creative anger management....This book is suitable for, and highly recommended to the general reader who would like to live a more pleasant, happy life and especially to those who are in positions that encounter numerous persons in often highly stressed situations....Understanding and putting into practice the principles outline in this book will help both themselves and others immensely." - Metapsychology Online Reviews