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Handling anger and frustration [videorecording] / a Cambridge Educational production
New York : Cambridge Educational, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  BF575.A5 H3311 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Anger
Frustration
Conflict management
Interpersonal conflict
Interpersonal relations
Instructional films
Educational films
Nonfiction films
Short films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Physical Description 1 videodisc (32 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD-R, NTSC
Note LIBRARY'S COPY INCLUDES NON-COMMERCIAL PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS
Language In English with optional English subtitles; closed captioned in English
Credits Director of photography, Mark Gambol
Performer/Participant On camera experts: Charles A. Williams III, Maggie Pruett-Saratan, Randy Duque
Cast David Corenswet, Karina Balfour Croskey, A'laisha Evans, Keion Fleming, Frank Fortino, Isabell Han, Tyleah Hawkins, Joseph Hill-Coles, Taje Oliver, Adriana Seitz, Zyaire Smith, Serena Sweeten, David Israel Vasquez
Note "Instructor's guide available online -- search on 42091"--Container
"Based on the Chelsea House book series Character Education, 9 volumes (2009)"
Summary "Let's face it--anger is a fact of life, an emotion everyone can relate to. But it isn't always handled well, and if it surges out of control, the effects can be devastating. This video examines the problems arising from extreme or repressed anger and presents helpful methods for loosening the grip that all-consuming rage can have on one's mind and actions. Viewers learn basic psychological concepts relating to the human need to confront and remove obstacles, a primal instinct that all too easily translates into 'lashing out.' Encouraging students to look closely at their feelings in these trigger situations, the program highlights steps that can be taken toward dealing rationally with anger sources, focusing on staying 'centered' rather than 'getting even.' Family and peer relationships, the importance of self-respect and respect for others, and useful distinctions between 'good' and 'bad' anger all come into play here."--Container
Series Combating conflict with character
Alternate Author WIlliams, Charles A
Pruett-Saratan, Maggie
Duque, Randy
Cambridge Educational (Firm)

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