AMPs focus on people with ____ behaviour that needs to be ____. It involves strategies such as identifying what triggers anger and learning to ____ those triggers. AMPs tend to be used in prisons and on ex-offenders who are serving a ____ period. AMPs are conducted in small groups, where the person needs to learn to cope with different ____ from others is also important in the programme. Last around ____ sessions, but some can last for a number of ____. During the programs, offenders is likely to be asked to complete anger ____. ____ (2004) compared offenders who were offered AMP with those who weren’t. She found that those receiving treatment showed significant ____ in their behaviour than the ____ group. This was particularly pronounced in offenders judged to be ____. However, studies claiming success of the programmes use ____ data, where prisoners might want to look ____ and say the groups were useful. ____ (1993) argued that AMP may help offenders to control their conduct in the ____ term but may have little impact on long-term ____ rates. ____ (2005) conducted research in Australian prisons. He found AMPs to be largely ____. Engagement in the process and the ____ of the offender to reform are the keys to ____. Damien ____ completed a course of ____ anger management sessions and managed to convince a ____ review board panel that he should be released from prison. He went on to ____ John Monckton. Anger management training appears to have increased Hanson’s ability to manipulate the situation to his ____, suggesting that it may assist some prisoners to become more ____.

Unit 2 AC4.1 Individualistic Policies - Anger Management




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