Anger Management Techniques & Therapy


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Dylan was waiting for his mother to pick him up after school. She was late, once again. He started wondering why she was always late and this thought made him angrier. Then he tried to calm his anger by thinking about the times that she was not late to pick him up. He thought about how busy she probably felt working a full-time job and raising him and his brothers, while still putting dinner on the table every night. He also thought that this may be a good opportunity to sit down and do his homework.

Which of the following anger-management strategies is Dylan not practicing?

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An argument between Maggie and her mother becomes heated. Maggie stops arguing, runs to her room, and closes the door. She takes a few lengthy inhalations in and exhales out slowly. To distract her from her feelings of anger, she then calls her friend, Maya, and they discuss the upcoming school dance. Soon, Maggie is laughing and planning her outfit.

Which of the following anger management strategies is Maggie NOT using?


Margie is angry with her sister, Kate, for wearing her dress to school without asking first.

In which of the following reactions is Margie practicing the anger management technique of placing an emphasis on problem-solving?

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About this Quiz & Worksheet

Uncontrolled anger can wreck havoc on a person's life. This quiz and worksheet will examine how unchecked anger can progress into aggressive behavior. Learn about anger management strategies and therapy, then practice applying these strategies to fictional scenarios.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will ask you to answer questions about theoretical situations involving:

  • Problem-solving
  • Anger management techniques
  • Forms of therapy

Skills Practiced

Practice the following skills in these assessments:

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of anger management to answer questions about fictional situations
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding anger management therapy
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to identify strategies used for anger problems in fictional scenarios

Additional Learning

To learn more about anger management methods, study the corresponding lesson called Anger Management Techniques & Therapy. This lesson will help students:

  • Learn how uncontrolled anger can turn into aggression
  • Understand anger management strategies and how to use them
  • Learn about anger management therapy and how to recognize when management strategies are not enough