Gulbenkoglu and Hagiliassis make a strong case for the need for anger management programs among disabled individuals with intellectual or communication disabilities, and they have also compiled a training package that may have clinical utility. Gulbenkoglu and Hagiliassis's text provides a perfect starting point for further research.
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In terms of supporting people with acquired brain injuries the structured learning regime would for most people work well. Additionally the clearly scripted self management resources may well prove useful in delivering clear and precise coping strategies.
The packaging covers such topics as feelings and anger, helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger, learning to relax, thinking calmly, handling problems, speaking up for ourselves, and "putting it all together" in behavioural terms.
This is an easy-to-read, structured, 12 session programme package. The session flowed well, following the constructs of cognitive-behavioural techniques, with a heavy emphasis on pictographs to aid understanding.