Anger Management Education
“For Individuals Who…
• Desire to reduce conflicts in communication related to expressing annoyance, frustration or more severe anger.
• Want to overcome guilt, shame and/or depression related to ‘stuffing’ anger.
• Desire to manage anger in the workplace
• Seek to develop skills in constructively expressing anger.
• Want to help children and teens understand and manage anger.
• Learn to calm your body to calm your mind
• Desire to learn a variety of strategies to manage irritation or anger.
• Recognize the signs, symptoms and impact of anger
• Better understand anger as described by a Model of Anger
• Identify distortions in thinking that promote anger
• Learn how to challenge the conclusions based on ‘child logic’
• Learn how mindfulness and self-compassion can lead to constructive anger management”