Dianne Lancaster founded the Anger Management Institute in 1998 after 16 years of anger management consulting, writing and teaching. An author and visionary for social change, Dianne began her career as a business analyst in 1972. In 1983 she became president of a stress management firm and was a pioneer in working with businesses to recognize and reduce anger in the workplace. Former publisher of The Times Ahead, an economics newsletter for the spiritual community, and economics columnist for Planet Earth Astrology Magazine and several business and women's publications, Dianne's writings on this site reflect the spectrum of her rich and diverse background.

Her 1996 book, Reclaiming the Authentic Self, and her 2002 book, Anger and the Indigo Child, are available on Amazon.com. When Anger Is In Control: A Handbook for Change from 2000 is available on the internet. Identifying and Reducing Anger In the Workplace is out of print. Dianne's newest book, How to Prepare for the Times Ahead, is coming soon. To contact Dianne: [email protected].

In addition to writing monthly columns in business magazines and appearing on talk shows nationwide, for the past 20 years Dianne has taught, written and lectured extensively on topics of emotional, spiritual, and economic well-being, including:

  • Transforming Anger into Love™
  • Reclaiming the Authentic Self
  • Anger and the Indigo Child
  • Understanding and Managing the Angry Child
  • How to Prepare for the Economic Times Ahead
  • Big Spiritual Bang: The 4th Dimensional Redistribution of Power and Wealth Is Underway
  • Anger As a Spiritual Teacher
  • Being Without Consequences
  • Violent Video Games and the Virtual-Dominant Syndrome They Create
  • 44 Ways to Show Kids You Care
  • The Purpose of Money and Your Spiritual Path
  • Wasted Days and Wasted Nights: The Crisis of Addictions | The Need for Love
  • You Can Get What You Want When You Have What You Need
    And for veterans and families:
  • Re-Deploying Love and Trust, Emotional Healing and Wholeness

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