Control your anger before it controls you. These courses are suitable for anyone dealing with their own or someone else’s anger.
What is Anger Management?
Anger management is all about learning procedures and skills which will teach you how to recognize signs that someone is becoming angry, and then planning and taking action to deal with it in a positive way. It’s about learning how to cope with anger by taking control of emotions and responding in a non-aggressive way to triggers that could make a individual lose their temper. One of its main goals is to show you how to bring yourself back to a state of calm and peace when you feel the anger surging. It’s a discipline that show you how to control this complex yet normal emotion which if left unrestrained can eventually destroy important relationships, and over time lead to high blood pressure, heart attacks, depression, stress, tiredness, anxiety and generally affect the overall quality of your life.
Anger Management training courses overview
Anger is a natural human emotion, and a healthy one when it is expressed appropriately. However it involves physiological and chemical changes in the body, and if it is left unrestrained it can become destructive and lead to problems at work and in personal relationships.
These courses will teach you these best elements of Anger Management by primarily focusing on how to manage and control anger related problems. You will learn about how general stress levels can be brought down with regular exercise and activities such as relaxation sessions, running, walking, swimming, yoga and meditation. Specialist classes will teach you real world strategies that will help you to get through trying times. Under the supervision of experienced tutors you will develop your own self-knowledge and understanding of why tempers can quickly flare, where anger is likely to come from and how anger can just be a symptom of something else that is going on in a person’s life.
Core modules are based around key areas such as exploring a client’s past, present and future, and then providing them with counselling on how to resolve their issues and achieve their goals. Syllabuses concentrate on the main areas of Anger Management such as identifying root causes, developing coping strategies and coming up with practical actions. Delegates will leave being able to clearly identify external expressions of anger, such as facial signs, body language, physiological responses, and acts of aggression. You will learn about effective anger management tools, techniques and options that can be used to deal with deeper problems.
Teachers will include professional consultants, counsellors and trainers, who through individual support, workshops, seminars and bespoke training will offer something for everyone experiencing anger directly or indirectly.
Typical subjects taught on a Anger Management course
- Aggressive Anger
- Aggressive Behaviour
- Anger Management Techniques
- Anger Management Therapy
- Anger Plans
- Anticipate Problems
- Anxiety Disorders
- Assertive Communication Techniques
- Breathing Exercises
- Causes Of Anger
- Cognitive Restructuring
- Counselling and Psychotherapy for Anger
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
- Coping Strategies
- Conflict Management
- Controlling Behaviour
- Domestic Violence
- Expressing Anger
- Individual Therapy
- Introverted Anger
- Negative Emotional Cycles
- Passive Anger
- Psychology Of Anger
- Physiology Of Anger
- Problem Solving
- Stress Management
- Symptoms Of Anger
You will learn how to
- Keep anger under control.
- Recognise signs of anger.
- Take responsibility for your own anger.
- Identify anger triggers and the best ways to by-pass them.
- Stop anger affecting a person emotionally and physically.
- Express your anger clearly.
- Stop taking things personally.
You will learn about
- Anger and a person health.
- Dealing with anger.
- Managing long term anger.
- One to one counselling.
- Alcohol addiction or drug dependence may cover an anger problem.
- Common reasons for anger.
- How anger affects our close relationships.
- How anger can be projected onto other people.
- How anger can be caused by both external and internal events.
- Pathological expressions of anger, such as passive-aggressive behaviour.
- How a low tolerance for frustration can lead to being angry.
Who is a Anger Management training course suitable for?
These courses are ideal for people who want to learn how to control their own anger, as well as those who want to work to work in the field of Anger Management. For those who come for personal reasons the sessions will not work if they don’t want to be there, meaning that they have to make their own decision to come on the courses. For those coming for career reasons, its suitable for people in roles such as teachers, customer service staff, care professionals, call centre personnel and people managers.