Anger Assessment A-1

Jessie appears impatient and exasperated. She rolls her eyes, sighs, and avoids answering questions. She eventually leaves the assessment before the interview is concluded.

Anger Assessment A-2

Jessie appears calm and attempts to thoughtfully answer the clinician’s questions. She describes several physical changes in her body that lead up to her outbursts of anger. When Jessie expresses her anger, she becomes violent and sometimes throws and breaks

Anger Assessment A-3

Sam’s arms are crossed and he refuses to make eye contact. He expresses obvious signs of exasperation and frustration with the clinician. He refuses to expand on his answers and often mutters under his breath. Sam finally chooses to end the interview by walking

Anger Assessment A-4

Sam has issues with rage. His arms are crossed, his eyes gaze downward, and he sometimes mumbles his answers. He reports that preceding his outbursts he feels tension in his stomach that spreads throughout his body. Sam’s anger often stems from disagreements

Anger Assessment

Anger Assessment A-5

Chase feels his physical responses to anger are normal and are not any more physical than others’ responses, Chase, however, finds that lately he is angrier with himself. He recently punched a hole in a wall. At times he is unwilling to answer questions about an event in his recent

Anger Assessment A-6

After being admitted to the hospital for an alcohol-related injury, Parker admits that he may have issues with anger. He describes that when he experiences anger, he has a sensation of feeling hot throughout his body. His answers reflect a calm and intelligent

Anger Assessment with Primary Diagnosis Stimulant Use Disorder – Cocaine, Severe

Lisa describes many issues with anger including uncontrollable outbursts that quickly escalate to violent confrontations. She reports that she suffers from an addiction to cocaine and believes addiction exacerbates her anger. She also believes that issues with her boyfriend