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Personal Anger Diaries (see Assessments 1 and 2, pages 23 and 24) The purpose of clients keeping a diary to record the details of their angerrelated thoughts, feelings and behaviours is to provide a self-assessment which can produce information on the frequency of anger-related incidents, a breakdown of those incidents into their component parts (such as thoughts, behaviour and consequences), the effectiveness of coping strategies, change in coping patterns and the severity of aggressive behaviour.
For these individuals, understanding the effect of their behaviour on others may help them to reflect on their behaviour towards others. Low tolerance of frustration. These clients are also likely to have high levels of tension, they are characterized by their inability to solve problems and their tendency to become easily irritated. Page 14 Self-defeating anger. ö 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.
To assess the client's needs and specific anger control problems. This will provide a basis on which to decide client suitability as well as the content of the programme. To evaluate interpersonal skills. Clients will need to have an ability to relate to others and have a degree of tolerance and an understanding of other people's problems. To assess suitability for groupwork. Not all clients referred will benefit from groupwork, particularly those who are severely socially inhibited. Facilitators may need to consider individual treatment for such clients.