Effective anger management (CD)

by Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell

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Overview

Anger is a ‘given’, a gift of nature when we need to defend ourselves — but frequently destructive at other times. Inappropriate expressions of anger (road rage for example) are on the increase in our society and we need to understand why, what it is doing to us and how we can protect ourselves.

Psychologist Joe Griffin has great experience of helping people change their behaviour and manage inappropriate anger. On this CD he explores the physiological, psychological and social consequences of expressing anger and shows both how to control your own anger, and to deal more effectively with other angry people.

This uplifting CD throws light on many fundamental questions, including:

  • why anger evolved and what arouses it
  • how the media encourages inappropriate behaviour
  • the negative health effects of being angry
  • strategies to keep calm under pressure
  • road rage
  • risk of violence: be prepared
  • dealing with unexpected strong feelings

... and much more.

Approx running time: 60 mins


  • Format: Audio CD
  • ISBN: 1-899398-71-6
  • Running time: 60 mins approx.

About the author(s)

Joe GriffinJoe Griffin is a social psychologist with graduate and postgraduate degrees from the LSE. He has had many years experience both in psychotherapeutic practice and in training psychotherapists.

Scientific reviewers around the world have described his research on dreaming with such phrases as, “The bridge between neurophysiology and psychology... rigorously scientific... an important milestone... moves our understanding on significantly... a watershed in our exploration of the evolution of mental processes... a major key to the nature of all psychic states.” He is co-author with Ivan Tyrrell of five landmark monographs about advances in psychological interventions for emotional disturbances and numerous best-selling books, including How to lift depression...fast, Freedom from Addiction and Why we dream: the definitive answer.

Joe has two daughters and lives with his wife, Liz, in a small medieval town by the river Barrow in rural Ireland.


Ivan TyrrellIvan Tyrrell's interest in psychology stems from a childhood experience of undergoing surgery under hypnosis. For twenty years he studied the comparative effectiveness of psychotherapy and counselling models, linking this to what science is discovering about the brain and mind/body/mood connections. As Editorial Director of the Human Givens Journal he has collaborated on many major articles with a variety of distinguished clinicians, writers and other individuals with a focus on psychology, social issues and mental health.

Ivan worked for many years as a psychotherapist and lecturer and is now director of Human Givens College. He founded the Human Givens Institute. He has one son and three daughters and lives with his wife, Véronique, in the Cotswold countryside.