Check-In Procedure - Identify Anger-Provoking Events and Situations
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Cues to Anger
Cues to Anger: Four Cue Categories
(examples: rapid heartbeat, tightness in chest, feeling hot or flushed)
(examples: pacing, clenching fists, raising voice, staring)
(examples: fear, hurt, jealousy, guilt)
(examples: hostile self-talk, images of aggression and revenge)
Check-In Procedure: Identify Anger-Provoking Events and Situations
What was the highest number you reached on the anger meter during the past week?
What was the event that triggered your anger?
What cues were associated with the anger-provoking event? For example, what were the physical, behavioral, emotional, or cognitive cues?
What strategies did you use to avoid reaching 10 on the anger meter?
Source: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Anger management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients. 2002