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Synopsis: In 1998, William Fleeman founded the highly successful Pathways to Peace to provide violence prevention tools, skills, and programs that inspire individuals and communities to live together in harmony. This book shows that this program can transform anyone with an anger management problem. The author’s experience is that people with anger problems use anger like a drug, to change feelings of powerlessness into feelings of power. This book helps people unlearn this destructive pattern through a cognitive/behavioral approach. Included are 18 anger management sessions with personal stories and questions. The sessions can be completed in 18 to 20 weeks or less. Chapters cover self-assessment, the eight steps to recovery, what to avoid, special methods and skills, life mission and spirituality, goals, forgiveness, and more all geared to keeping anger under control. This is the official text for the acclaimed self-help anger management program used in schools, prisons, and drug/alcohol treatment centers today.
About the Author: William Fleeman, founder and director of the Pathways to Peace self-help program for anger management and violence prevention, presents trainings on anger management and trains counselors in Introduction to Pathways to Peace programs. Pathways to Peace peer facilitated groups are popular in New York, Ohio, and Canada, and are spreading to the rest of the US. The author also designs and markets alcoholism and substance abuse home study courses for chemical dependency counselors throughout the US and Canada. Fleeman's courses have been approved by the Navy for use by Navy and Marine Corp chemical dependency counselors at bases throughout the world. He lives in Cassadaga, New York.
Title: The Pathways to Peace Anger Management ...
Publisher: Hunter House
Publication Date: 2003
Book Condition: Used: Good
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Book Description Hunter House, Alameda, CA, 2003. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. Third Edition. pp. 212. Book is firm and clean throughout with little evidence of use. Only two check-lists have been filled out (with pen), all other exercise spaces are unused. A nice, bright copy. Scans available upon request. Size: 11 x 8.5". Bookseller Inventory # MED1466