Anger Management

Everyone get angry, and it is a completely natural response. Anger is a natural emotion that is often channelled into destructive and unhealthy behaviour.
Some people feel they cannot control it. You will know if you need help with your anger if you ask yourself these following questions:
•     Do you feel you get angry most of the time?
•     Do you feel sad and guilty after getting angry?
•    Do you think anger is beyond your control?
•    Is it difficult to pacify yourself after getting angry?
•    Do you get angry at just about everything?

About the Program

Our Anger Management workshop guides you how to use anger in more constructive and healthy ways.
Anger Management is especially helpful if:
•    You have trouble at work because of your anger
•    People say you fly off the handle easily
•    Your marriage or relationship is at risk because you argue too much
•    You get aggravated because people don’t act the way you think they should.
It is valuable to anyone who wants to learn more about his/her anger style and improve communication at work and home.


•    Anger - How it affects people?
•    Recognizing anger in our bodies and warning signs
•    Facial expressions of anger
•    Anger management
-    Introduction
-    Definition
-    Why it is done?
•    Managing anger
•    Strategies for controlling aggressions
•    Tips to tame your temper
•    Mindful listening
•    Using what you have learned
•    Putting it all together.


At the end of the workshop, you are able to apply anger management, anger strategies and find ways to deal with anger to increase your happiness and wellbeing.
You'll feel as if you have more control when life's challenges turn up the heat. Knowing how to express yourself assertively means you won't feel the frustration of holding in your anger to avoid offending someone.
Our Anger management workshop can help you:
•    Communicate your needs. Learn how to recognize and talk about things that frustrate you, rather than letting your anger flare up. Knowing how to express yourself can help you avoid impulsive and hurtful words or actions, resolve conflicts and maintain positive relationships
•    Maintain better health. The stress caused by ongoing angry feelings can increase your risk of health problems, such as headaches, difficulty sleeping, digestive issues, heart problems and high blood pressure
•    Prevent psychological and social problems linked to anger. Examples include depression, problems at work and troubled relationships
•    Use your frustration to get things done. Anger expressed inappropriately can make it difficult for you to think clearly and may result in poor judgment. You'll learn to use feelings of frustration and anger as motivators to work harder and take positive action
•    Help avoid addictive escapes. It's common for people who always feel angry to turn to alcohol, drugs or food to dull anger. Instead, you can use anger management techniques to keep your cool and maintain control.

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