Anger is an emotion just like any other emotion and just because we have a right to be angry doesn’t mean it is justifiable to use anger inappropriately. There are ways of managing anger constructively and without the carnage that can accompany this system of conduct.


Shifting ones perspective:

Inevitably creates change from outdated patterns that involve sharp senses created and used as protection and survival from the past. Years later we can be left with these overly stimulated senses, initially adopted for self preservation and now engage and react unnecessarily In times of stress, confusion or a re enactment of the past. By intentionally shifting these notions an alternative and more productive developmental process takes place.


What happens during anger episodes?

During anger outbursts, our central brain becomes activated for action, our tone changes, adrenaline is disbursed into our bloodstream, our heart rate increases, our survival instincts peak; activating alert and defensive resources, our peripheral views are suppressed and overshadowed by our fixed attention and preoccupation for survival. By this time we have reached a zone of no return. We are reliving a familiar scene that can end in regrettable circumstances, effecting relationships both professionally, and personally. We disempower our ability to negotiate and interrelate healthily and constructively. If we know no other way, our ability to become unstuck is limited as we are caught up in what may start as a heated argument to full-blown rage.


There is anger and there is anger!

Mild anger is a normal and useful response that if managed properly is not particularly problematic. It allows us to express strong feelings in order to resolve issues that are important to us. If we are regularly over reacting with anger there may be other problems such as brain injury, drug and alcohol abuse, stress, past events including trauma, sadness, fear, grief and shame. The origin may well be linked to any of these stressful events that have now become a re enactment. Anger management can help you to be in more control and to learn how to release anger safely without alienating family, friends and relationships.


How can professional help assist you?

Anger is probably one of the easiest emotions to express and yet it can be one of the most intricate emotions to manage; particularly when it doesn’t suit all occasions in an ever increasing, demanding and complex environment

Specialist help allows you to:


  • Identify your personal likely triggers


  • Recognize the origin of your anger
  • Develop more modern and appropriate techniques to generate encouraging results, to liberate yourself from conflicting interactions
  • Attend to the consequences of your behavioural system on family relationships and others
  • Become unstuck and free from succession of anger by developing positive interactive systems of conduct


Anger management counselling is designed to help stop the use of outdated thoughts and conditioning as a way of reacting to what should be customary emotions. So that you are more rational at this point, in control and are able to contribute to a more harmonious and less disruptive environment that can open immense opportunities for you and the people you interact with.


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