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Session 8 - Anger and Anger Protocol, and Education about Breathing and Its Use for Relaxation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 September 2020

Devon E. Hinton
Affiliation:
Harvard Medical School
Baland Jalal
Affiliation:
University of Cambridge
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In session 8, the patient is queried about issues of anger management, and is taught emotion regulation skills. This includes teaching the anger toolbox, a set of tools to use when angry. In this session, the patient is also taught several emotion regulation techniques: diaphragmatic breathing for relaxation, emotion distancing, and the use of adaptive emotional states. Two forms of behavioral activation are taught: encouraging exercise and doing wall push-ups and prescribing pleasurable activities. (Of note, throughout the treatment we have the patient do behavioral activation. We consider such actions as stretching and interoceptive exposure to be a form of behavioral activation in that they cause the patient to enter a new zone of experience and involve activity.)

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Transdiagnostic Multiplex CBT for Muslim Cultural Groups
Treating Emotional Disorders
, pp. 107 - 121
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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