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Anger Control Training: v. 1 by Emma Williams, Rebecca Barlow

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Providing Objective Feedback to Clients Pre- and post-treatment assessment can be very important in illustrating to clients who have a tendency either to view themselves negatively or to overestimate their achievements the actual changes they have made. Providing clients with honest and objective feedback is an important part of the treatment process. Such feedback can also be used to indicate areas for future potential work. Providing Objective Feedback to Referrers Accurate feedback to referrers on their client's progress in treatment helps the referrers make informed decisions concerning potential future interventions.

Low self-esteem. Low self-esteem would be an expected characteristic of individuals who are lonely, isolated, have problems relating to others and are stigmatized. Low self-esteem may make a person vulnerable to threat. People with low self-esteem may also act aggressively because they lack non-coercive skills with which to achieve power and status (Tedeschi et al, 1977). Assertiveness problems. Those individuals who are unable to communicate clearly and appropriately in social interactions are likely to suppress their emotions or to express them in an extreme or aggressive manner.

Level of intelligence. Clients must be able to understand the basic concepts of ACT to be able to benefit fully from the course. Literacy skills. There is a requirement for clients to be able to read and write to participate fully in the course. Voluntary or mandatory attendance. Whether statutory orders such as probation or parole are pre-requisite or whether clients are attending voluntarily will affect both attendance levels and motivation. Those on statutory orders are likely to attend but may do so under duress, whereas voluntary clients may drop out or, conversely, be more motivated.

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