The anger management worksheets are listed here under 12 headings, corresponding to each of the 12 Skills videos. The videos are necessary to understand the basic concepts used in each worksheet. You may download selected anger management worksheets from this page, but the videos are in the free membership area. Signing up as a member is a simple process and there is no charge.
Skill 1 Journaling to Better Understand Your Anger
Anger Management Worksheet 1-1 Steam Journaling Angry Conversations v 1 PRINT VERSION (Skill 1)
Read about this worksheet here.
Skill 2 Distinguishing Angry Thoughts from Feelings
Anger Management Worksheet #2: Separating Angry Thoughts and Feelings
Read more about Skill 2 here.
Skill 3 Zeroing-in on that One Driving Thought
Download the Skill 3 PDF worksheet: Clearly Identify the Main Angry Thought (Driving Thought)
The instructions for using this worksheet are contained in the PDF document, but you can also read the instructions here.
Skill 4 Naming and Rating the Intensity of Anger-Related Emotions
There are two anger management worksheets for Skill 4. The first worksheet is a tool for learning how to name the anger-related emotions that you felt in a specific situation. It also guides you to become more aware the anger-related feelings you have while you are remembering the situation (e.g., while you are completing the worksheet and thinking about the situation).
Download Skill 4-1 PDF Worksheet here.
The second worksheet for skill 4 builds on the first one. Once you have identified the angry feelings (“I’m annoyed!”) in the first worksheet, the second one asks you to rate the intensity of the feeling (“Just how annoyed was I?”).
Download Skill 4-2 PDF Worksheet here.
Skill 9 Correcting Your Anger Lens
Download the Skill 9 Anger Management Worksheet.