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“Temper you Anger”

April 21, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


“Temper you Anger”, evening anger management programme. 

Overview of Temper Your Anger:

This in-depth anger management programme which will run from Tuesday 21sr February for 5 evenings, finishing on Tuesday 26th `May. The programme is open to all adults and adolescents who wish to explore, understand and identify the roots of their anger and learn to express it safely and effectively.

You will learn how to evaluate your own anger and stress levels,  identify anger triggers and develop ways to enable you to transform them into a healthy part of your life.

Evidence shows that our anger is usually rooted in childhood and adolescence. Growing up in an invalidating environment where rejection, withdrawal of love, physical and emotional abuse, inappropriate punishments and humiliation are some of our experience, we cope by locking these traumatic memories in the unconscious part of our brain where they secretly fuel our angry reactions in the present.

Ranging from those who are violent in their expression of anger to those who inhibit and contain their rage, Temper your Anger helps you step through your inhibitions to start the process of effectively managing your anger and that of others.

What you will learn:

  • How to recognise your anger type and style

  • The first six rules of anger management

  • Defence mechanisms

  • Primary feelings and needs

  • Understanding rage and how it differs from anger

  • Powerful strategies for managing your anger

  • Recognise anger-triggering thoughts and learn ways to challenge them

  • The human brain and anger

  • Giving and receiving effective feedback

  • Techniques for healthy conflict resolution

  • Learn how to control anger-generating stress

  • Shame and anger

Some of the issues covered include:

  • Active listening

  • How we perceive things

  • Reactions verses responses to anger

  • Creating a support network

  • Recognise your assumptions, stereotypes and prejudices

  • Benefits of keeping an anger journal

  • Taking time out

  • Interpersonal clearings

  • Why we take things personally

  • Recognise the early warning signals of anger and staying cool when things get hot

    Cost: Euro 325 (payable in advance)


April 21, 2020
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Knock Counselling Centre, Knock Shrine, Co. Mayo
Knock Shrine,, Co. Mayo F12 W5P8 Ireland + Google Map

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