Anger Tracking Worksheet
What is the theory behind the Anger tracking worksheet?
Self-monitoring is a way to keep a record of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and their consequences. It helps us to learn about ourselves in different situations and how these situations affect us. It aims to provide us the awareness about our triggers and the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that comes as a result of these triggers. Anger tracking is also a form of self-monitoring that help us identify our triggers and thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that result from these anger triggers.
How will this worksheet help you?
This worksheet is a self-recording or self-monitoring worksheet. With the help of this worksheet, you can keep track of triggers or situations that leads to negative thoughts, anger-related feelings and behavior, and its consequences. I’m this way you can learn your triggers and you may avoid them in the future. You can also identify how this angry behavior can cause disturbances in your life by bringing negative consequences. This can help you and your therapist to design appropriate coping strategies to manage your symptoms.
How to use this worksheet?
This worksheet is more suitable to use in a print-out version. You can take a printout and keep a daily record of your angry behavior. You can complete the following columns every day if any angry situation took place and you can then share it with your therapist in the end of the week so he or she can plan a strategic plan to manage your anger.
You can download this worksheet here.