limited time free book offer
You pay for shipping. We'll buy the book.
Introducing ...
How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds
How would your life change if you could:
... Break the tension in workplace battles almost instantly
... Defuse a spouse's angry arguments in seconds
... Get to the heart of a child's desperate outbursts

... and discover satisfying solutions that stick!
Get This Book
It's filled with cutting-edge behavioral science and real-world tactics that have been proven to work in the toughest prisons in the country -- and see how it feels to de-escalate anger and arguments before they even start.
Shipping $7
Where To Ship Book
your info
Your Billing Info
We Respect Your Privacy & Information
Order De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds!
Over 240 pages of ground-breaking info giving you the tools you need to handle any angry situation with calm, cogency, and clout . . .time after time after time. Plus, every time you read De-Escalate, you will feel even more empowered.
You pay for shipping. We buy the book.
Here's What De-Escalate Will Teach You
  • The Power of Affect Labeling - How a UCLA neuroscientist discovered that we can "lend" our pre-frontal cortex to an emotional person.
  •  Lessons from Behind Bars – Understanding the birth of a revolutionary approach to turning murderers locked away in prison into peacemakers (full story is in Chapter 1).
  •  3-Step Listening vs. “Listening with Your Ears” – Do you know the difference? If you don’t, there’s a chance you’re making one of the biggest relationship mistakes you can make.
  •  Dozens of copy and paste conversations, case-study examples, and say this, don’t say that exercises you can immediately apply.
  •   Why logic won’t work and the emotional necessities you can’t avoid. If you continue to think rationally, you’ll just make things worse.
  •   And much, much more!
Calm any angry, upset person in less than 90 seconds. (Brain science-based techniques developed by a master mediator...)
Follow step-by-step instructions with to gain the principles of stopping arguments and fights in their tracks.

Never be de-railed by insults, disrespect, or verbal attacks again!

Learn to develop true compassion and communication between you and anyone that picks a fight with you. These are the skills that will lead to an emotionally satisfying life for you and your entire family.
Not only is that cool... but check this out!
"I attended Doug Noll's De-Escalation training sessions last year. In comparison with all of the trainings my school district provided to all teachers over my past 25 years in the district, I found his training to be the most valuable and relevant for all stakeholders, hands down.
Learning how to listen to emotions is so relevant and meaningful for all employees (and for all relationships in general), that I would like to recommend that it become a prominent part of our staff development meetings. In addition, it would perhaps be even more awesome to schedule Doug's training for all students as a campus wide rally, and in smaller groups such as what the After School Program offers. Many of our student's parents REALLY need it."
Paul Germain
High School Teacher

meet the man behind the book
Douglas E. Noll, JD, MA
In 2000, I left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become a peacemaker. My calling is to serve humanity, and I execute it at many levels. I am an award-winning author, teacher, and trainer and a highly experienced mediator. My work carries me from international work to helping people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts.

With Laurel Kaufer, I founded Prison of Peace in 2009. The Prison of Peace project has been the most profound peace training I have conducted thus far in my career. The project motivated  me to expand the principles of Prison of Peace as much as possible so that every human wanting to learn the skills of peace may do so. To further this goal, I have written De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds. I want everyone to have this book and learn these skills. That's why I am giving away the book free for the cost of shipping and handling

The skills and techniques in this book
will help you calm down any difficult situation.
What People Have Said About De-Escalate On...
Got my copy today and this book exceeds every expectation I had for it. I so wish I'd had it for my 30 plus years as a teacher, school counselor and Marriage and Family counselor. It summarizes every effective technique I spent years studying and using. Should be in every school and home! Truly works with brain chemistry to calm the anger and switch on the peaceful solutions part of the brain...
Review By Sussi G.

When I came across this I jumped at the chance to read it. My husband has been wrestling with anger issues for years and I come from a family who takes anger issues to a therapy inducing level so I very much wanted to learn ways to help de-escalate incidents rather than increase the tension.
Noll, someone who has worked in the legal field, comes with lots of experience and a long resume to back up his ability to put a book like this out and be taken seriously.

The only way you’re going to truly know if his techniques work is to try them on an angry person. I don’t recommend purposely making someone angry but look at it as being certified for CPR – you hope you never have to use it but it’s a good skill to have should the need present itself.

As a parent of children on the autism spectrum I also found his techniques beneficial to calming them down as well. Sometimes when my youngest in particular is in a full meltdown it can be difficult to soothe her so she doesn’t harm herself or anyone around her. The basic principles worked on her too and helped me learn some new parenting tricks. Often when she’d have a meltdown it’s not because she’s really angry about Netflix not working but because she’s tired, overstimulated and wants to pull away from the world. Whereas before I’d get frustrated she’s getting upset over the internet having a hiccup thanks to this book I started paying more attention to the emotions instead of the words which have allowed me to find ways to help her that work for us both.

Some of what he uses such as using direct statements that being with “You” are basic communicative psychological principles you would normally learn in marriage therapy or an Everybody Loves Raymond episode but all joking aside I can tell you they work.

This is a MUST have book for any parent, teacher, person in a relationship, etc because it will teach you some valuable skills to better the world around you. With the exponential rise in anger around us what could it possibly hurt to try?
Review By Physlux
In a world that is so full of anger, this easy to follow guide to how to calm an angry person could be this planets saving grace. I found it to be outstanding for calming my friends who have different political views in this crazy time of political unrest. It will be so much easier to speak with my friends without all the emotional charges. Thank you Mr. Noll for providing this world with an answer.
Review By Devra Jacobs

Our Asperger grandson immediately flew into a rage last week because his sister appeared to “get credit” for a comment the two of them made at the same time. [My wife] Linda had listened closely to my description of your teaching, and she said to our grandson, “You feel you haven’t been listened to.” He immediately affirmed her statement, and then she said, “That makes you feel bad.” Within ten seconds, the micro-intervention you taught us restored calm and reduced a normally escalating set of circumstances into a calm that might otherwise have taken hours to achieve

Larry Bridgesmith

The biggest aha moment after starting the de-escalating protocol was realizing that every time we would fight with her it was about us. The “I” feel, “I” need, not what she was really feeling. Now we live in a home where when someone gets upset, it’s up, out, and done. We communicate freely and have now taught my granddaughter the same skills, and they work so well we know it will change her future in communicating in any situation.

Devra Jacobs

Learning this has enabled me to reengage the long-term rational thinking necessary to increase mental emotional well-being. As a result, I have been able to diminish reactivity and impulsiveness resulting in a significant decrease in anger and frustration, and I can provide this as a service to others.

Daniel Henson
(c) 2017 Douglas E. Noll

Powered By ClickFunnels.com