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I provided a training on Anger Management tonight (9/21/16) and 52 people attended.

I love providing training sessions. It is my hobby.

I was really pleased to receive so many positive comments from the participants tonight.

Their comments were definitely positive:


I enjoyed. Learning the techniques in dealing with other people that have anger problems
Great analogies and examples of how anger can be portrayed. i.e the soda bottle, emotional bowel movement, etc. Very clever ways to describe anger to people of all functional abilities.
Learning different ways to handle the angry patients.  Glad you shared some of your situations too. I can relate with getting bit. Not a fun situation!
Love that it’s a lot of info in a short amount of time.
It is nice to earn CEU’s at home.
You kept the presentation moving quickly and didn’t get bogged down in unnecessary details.
I liked the section on the positive aspects of anger because that was new to me.
I loved the ease of access and that you are an engaging and dynamic speaker!
I enjoyed the personal stories from Danny as a way to relate practice to everyday use.
I enjoyed the many analogies that made things more tangible! I also enjoyed the information from several sources such as books, trainings, and counseling experience.
It provided more information about what to talk about anger management in a group setting. Thank you very much for this class!
The information was helpful and the presentation was interesting
I enjoyed that Danny was able to use quotes to help back up his education. I also like that he took the time to answer people’s questions individually. I also enjoyed the reference to shaking a coke bottle and opening it quickly versus opening it slowly as a comparison to anger.
The entire webinar was great.
Great information on anger…very useful!!!
Pinterest activities
Great job.
He really explained into details about the different types of angry
Very informative and interesting. Will you some of the activity ideas for my groups in adult behavioral health
Learning different coping skills with angry. Two different types of angry
I enjoyed learning about the different ways to help someone deal anger.  I agree with the deep breathing technique and how it helps lower blood pressure and calms the body.
Great relational examples, easy to follow.
Although it was more geared toward working with children I feel I can tweak the scenarios for my population I work with.
The discussion about our own anger as Recreation Therapists dealing with different people and different settings. I work in a prison so this is something I do a lot of self-care about.
It is nice to hear some of the personal stories and be able to relate to the work being done by you and others
I enjoyed the entire webinar. I really liked that we had a question and answer section! I gained knowledge on behavioral intervention.
I enjoyed watching the different strategies to use when someone is experiencing anger. for ex. ____ acceptance. Many of the residents I work with experience some form of anger and listening to some approaches on what to do is helpful.
I enjoyed the process of de-escalation you provided.
Review and reminders of how to deal with things.  It, anger management, really is controlled by you, your actions and reactions to people, others behaviors and verbal and nonverbal communications.

Thank You!

I enjoy the references that you use so if I need further information I know where to look!
Good pointers to respond to an angry person.
Thank you!
I enjoyed hearing your personal experiences and real life opportunity
Every webinar is packed with information
I loved the quotes and the hula hoop group he talked about. I’m definitely going to implement that group in my stress management/coping skills groups with my patients.
The power points and the topics covered.
had some new info on how to still validate others even when you are angry, had some good ideas discussed about how to incorporate these topics into different work places
Fun and informative
I learned more about myself and how to work with my own anger