The following books and workbooks are recommended readings for learning more about Anger Mangement and related concepts. If you have a book to suggest for this list, please let us know about it. Our email address is: 'editor at centersite dot net'.
McKay, Matthew, Ph.D. & Rogers, Peter, Ph.D. (2000) The Anger Control Workbook. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Semmelroth, Carl, Ph.D. & Smith, Donald E.P., Ph.D. (2000) The Anger Habit. Writer's Showcase Press.
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