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New Technology Released to Help Anger Management Problems


BETHESDA, MD (September 30, 2010) - Anger management courses are often marginally effective because anger is a very highly conditioned automatic response. The emotional part of the human brain receives incoming sensory information before the conscious part of the brain which means that by the time most people are consciously aware of a triggering event their emotional brain is already off and running.

To treat this conditioned anger response psychologist Joseph W. James, Ph.D. has announced the release of a new anger management DVD, “Retrain Your Emotional Brain”. The aim of this new technology is to change the automatic anger response to a more peaceful way of coping.

Mr. James explained, ‘In order for this type of change to occur your brain has to be in a very relaxed state and the message has to be delivered in a way that speaks to it in a powerfully emotional way.”

To put the person dealing with anger management problems in the right state to receive reconditioning messages, “Retrain Your Emotional Brain” uses a technology called “brain entrainment”. Brain entrainment uses a series of tones timed in a way to put one’s brain in a very relaxed state where it is ready to openly receive information presented to it.

The tones are paired with a series of powerful movies, images and words that are intended to recondition the subject’s brain to respond to triggering situations with assertiveness instead of anger.

Mr. James elaborated, “In some ways this is akin to reconditioning the way one’s brain responds to a triggering situation much like astronauts or pilots are trained to stay calm in a crisis through practice in a simulator. To my knowledge this is the first use of this technology to deal with anger management problems.”

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