Crisis & Anger Management
Exploring the Roots of Anger
Many different events can result in an individual’s becoming angry. These may include:
- Internal events such as perceived failures, injustices, or frustrations
- External events such as loss of property or privileges, teasing or humiliation
Many of our clients experience both internal and external events that cause them to experience anger and traumatic events. When dealing with anger, focus is placed on the following:
- Passive Aggressive Behavior
- Sarcasm/Caustic Remarks
- Guerrilla Humor
- Verbal Abuse
- Blind Rage
- Anger with Authority
- Retaliatory Anger
- Anger as an Excuse
- Use of Medicators/substance abuse
Our trained clinicians offer assistance in developing coping strategies and on how to express anger appropriately.
The following values emerged as BPHN strengths and these core values will continue to be reflective of BPHNs service delivery model that is embraced throughout the organization.
- Transform Lives
- Faith & Hope
- Restoring Families
BPHN’s Core Services
- Safe, Affordable, Permanent Housing
- Temporary Housing Placement
- Supportive Housing
- Housing for Persons Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)
- Social Support Services
- Empowerment/Moving People Towards Independence
- Safety/Crisis Intervention
- Case Management
- Immigration Services
- Substance Use Disorder Counseling
- Mental Health Support
- Priority Access to Brokers/Landlords
BPHN is also committed to:
- Empower Clients with Relevant Information and Services.
- Build Customer/Client Satisfaction and Agency Loyalty by Exercising Best Practices in Customer/Client Service Delivery that Reflects BPHN’s Core Values.
- Embrace a Culture of Continuous Service Improvement.
- Balance Effectiveness and Efficiency in Delivery of Services.