What is Anger?
Everyone is likely to experience anger at some point with research showing that adults feel anger, from moderate annoyance to rage, on the average of six times a day.
Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. However, when expressing this emotion, it can easily get out of control. Chronic, explosive anger can have serious consequences for you, both personal and professional relationships, your health, and your state of mind.
Problem with anger usually occur as rapid anger reaction reduces our ability to reason. As a result our reactions may be impulsive and dangerous to ourselves or others. We feel angry when we feel threatened or wronged. Anger is part of what is known as Fight/Flight alarm response, preparing us to threaten, fight, or run away (the three primitive and basic ways to solve a problem). When our anger is moderate to intense, we experience that primitive and basic reaction. As our anger grows toward a rage, we lose our ability to reason logically, making reactive, instinctual decisions.
The good news anger has a positive side and learning to manage your anger is possible. With insight about the real reasons for your anger and anger management tools, you can learn to manage you anger reactions learning the difference between anger, which is a valid emotional reaction to a perceived threat, and how we behave when we are angry.
What is involved in the Anger Management Programme:
- Intensive 12-week course
- Learn where your anger stems from & its triggers
- Learn tools to manage your anger responses
- Conflict resolution skills
- Personal development activities
- Problems solving skills
- Maintenance plan
- Mindfulness techniques
- Certificate on completion
Places are limited so contact us below to put your name on the list for the next course or get more information.
2020 Dates to be confirmed.
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