Anger is the most important psychological problem confronting the world today. Despite its universal experience, anger remains one of the least understood emotions in terms of its treatment. This book, devoid of "psychobabble," addresses the needs of individuals struggling to manage their anger & gives them the tools necessary to help them choose an emotion, other than anger, that helps them be more assertive, helps them solve life's problems & results in their being better parents, partners & people. The appendix contains exercises that help the reader practice & master the techniques discussed in the book. Where specified, exercise pages may be reproduced & distributed to anger management class members or individual clients. Dr. Bradley P. Barris has worked directly with thousands of persons & has trained over 30,000 professionals in the treatment of anger related problems. Using his trademarked Self-Management Systems he has facilitated workshops all over the country. The book is used by Department of Veteran Affairs Hospitals, the U.S. Navy, private psychology practices, correctional facilities, schools, police departments & Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in Los Angeles & the Johnson Space Center (NASA) EAP in Houston, Texas.Barris, Bradley P. is the author of 'When Chicken Soup Isn't Enough Managing Your Anger in an Increasingly Angry World', published 1999 under ISBN 9780971120501 and ISBN 0971120501.