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This program dramatically teaches responsible Anger, Boundaries and Safety. Based on a three-day workshop facilitated by acclaimed speaker Dr. Joann Peterson, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., Dip.C., Ph.D., this video follows twelve participants as they discover the physiological roots of anger, how to separate anger from violence, communicate boundaries, and create safety in their relationships. Dr. Peterson believes anger is a natural response to hurt, fear, frustration and loss and teaches responsible anger expression. There are many ways that anger affects our lives at home, in the workplace and our communities: Bullying, Road Rage, Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, Gang Violence, Workplace Harassment, Physical, Emotional and Sexual Abuse. Learn how to: Stop Domestic Violence; Resolve Conflict Quickly; Give Teens Healthy Alternatives; Reduce Bullying; Improve Relationships; Learn to Communicate Win/Win; Recognize Anger Patterns; and, Prevent Escalation. *See also the ANGER WORKSHOP SERIES - this comprehensive toolkit consists of thirteen broadcast quality DVD Programs, a 26-page Facilitator Guide and Exercise Book.

#11810/0825  ANGER WORKSHOP SERIES (THE) 13 Programs
Society and conventional therapeutic wisdom posits that anger in any shape or form is "bad". Dr. Joanne Peterson believes anger is a feeling or emotional response to hurt, fear, frustration, helplessness and loss. The complete workshop includes thirteen (10-35 minute) DVD Programs, a 26-page Facilitator Guide and Exercise Book. All programs are also available separately. Detailed descriptions of each are available on our website. IN ANGER'S PATH - how anger affects lives and relationships. UNDERSTANDING ANGER'S PURPOSE - describes the physiological roots and evolution of Infantile and Adult Anger. UNDERSTANDING VIOLENCE - learn about the many subtle and more insidious forms of violence AGGRESS ENERGY EXERCISES - six exercises that anyone can use to engage their passion in a safe and boundaried way. CLEARINGS - a practical tool to express negative feelings and emotions before they build, fester or explode. VESUVIUS - another practical tool to express frustrations, resentments and events that have occurred or built up over time. PHYSICAL EXPRESSION - Participants explore their most recurring issue and are given an opportunity to physically express it using a number of different techniques. BOUNDARIES AND THE AUTHENTIC SELF - To function in society, we must all learn and adhere to certain norms, rules and obligations - often at the cost of our self. THE BOUNDARY CONTINUUM - Learn about the important distinctions between Walls and Boundaries, and the impact they have on our relationships. CREATING EFFECTIVE BOUNDARIES - It's our responsibility to communicate our boundaries and act on our own behalf if others won't respect them. BUILDING SAFE RELATIONSHIPS - Safety is a series of individually defined qualities, behaviors and actions. It is NOT a feeling. Learn to define what safety means to you and learn concrete Assessment Tools to prevent conflict from escalating to violence. TAKING IT HOME - Participants explore how they will sabotage themselves and what they need to do when it occurs. Also learn about the "Anger Junkie" and the importance of looking beneath your own anger to learn from the hurt, fear, frustration, helplessness and loss that we all experience in our lives. EMBRACING ANGER - There is immense freedom and empowerment in living a response-able life and that all victims make a choice to be so. The participants share their experience, lessons and aspirations as they take The Anger Workshop home.

#12459/0635  ANGER: Myths and Truths about the Emotion
Is venting one’s rage really healthy? Do age, gender, and self-image have any connection with anger problems? Has our society become inherently angry? This ABC News program explores the psychology and sociology behind the most dangerous of emotions.

#15470/0635  FORGIVENESS: The Attribute of the Strong (3 Programs)
In a world where might frequently makes right and violence often makes no sense at all, why is forgiveness so highly regarded by so many cultures and religions? In this thought-provoking three-part series, forgiveness is analyzed through the firsthand experiences of crime victims, peace advocates, and others, who together agree that although forgiveness cannot change the past, it does improve the future. HEALING THE HEART: Forgive and Remember In this program, remarkable individuals - people who in picking up the pieces of their shattered lives have triumphed over hate - share the details of their long, painful, and deeply personal journeys from shock and the desire for retribution to an attitude of forgiveness. HEALING THE WOUNDS: Making Peace a Priority Can the current generation of hereditary enemies muster the will to put the past behind them? Can nations reconcile old enmities once and for all? This program explores the complexities of promoting forgiveness on a mass scale in places such as Ireland and the Middle East. HEALING THE SOUL: Religious Perspectives on Forgiveness Atonement, penance, and absolution are beliefs that reside at the core of the world’s major religions. Have the practices of contrition and restitution become relics of the past, or are they still viable today as opportunities for spiritual cleansing, healing, and rebirth?

In this unforgettable program, a woman describes how she survived any mother's worst nightmare when her seven year old daughter was kidnapped during a family vacation. We see her past fury, and her resolve to forgive the man who terrorized and changed her family forever.

This documentary explores recent research into the psychological and physical effects of forgiveness on individuals and within relationships under a wide variety of conditions. Includes feature stories on the Amish, the 9/11 tragedy and peace-building in Northern Ireland, interviews with renowned Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh, Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, best-selling authors Thomas Moore and Marianne Williamson and others. Also explores the role forgiveness holds in various faiths' traditions. We see in the film that there are transgressions people find themselves unwilling or unable to forgive. And through character-driven stories shows the role forgiveness can play in alleviating anger and grief and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits that come with it.

#14494/1333  TO FORGIVE DIVINE
This documentary is an examination of the concept of forgiveness from the perspective of several world religions, secular thinkers and intimate personal stories. These stories, interwoven with rituals of Judaism's Yom Kippur and the Christian Sacrament of Reconciliation, demonstrate forgiveness in a variety of human situations and provide us with some of the guideposts to understanding the concept of forgiveness.

#6954/1835  WHY ARE YOU SO ANGRY?!
Explores both the cause and effect of anger, from its roots to the final stage...dealing with the aftermath. Reveals important roles hereditary, cultural and environmental influences play in the development of a particular style of dealing with anger...expression or repression.


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