Jordan shares some ideas on how to move beyond doing EMDR processing on the Big T and Little T traumas and doing it with times when people get angry. Anger situations happen in public when shopping, in families, couples and relationships, on the road and at work so there are lots of opportunities to do EMDR.
Footnote: Regarding the client who had the road rage experience that I did EMDR with, he was not coming to treatment for anger or anything like that. We were just talking about things when the road rage incident came out. Also, the processing automatically floated back to an abusive childhood experience with his father, which was a beneficial connection for him to make.