Over the Walls of Anger:
Anger Management Program for Individuals
You will benefit from exploring and processing emotions hidden behind anger. You will also begin to heal from the effects of past hurts, the ones that you may not realize are controlling your present reactions. Within this program are other techniques such as building your emotional intelligence, assertiveness training, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and much more.
You can choose whether to follow the program as structured, or veer off in a direction that speaks into your own specific needs. For example, if anxiety or PTSD are found to be a significant root of your anger, the sessions may become focused on treatment in one of these areas. Or if depression is found to be behind anger, healing depression can become the goal.
As a Certified Anger Management Specialist, and a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist with training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, I provide a uniquely integrated approach to anger.
Whether you want to overcome anger in order to build better workplace or personal relationships, or you need a letter as part of an unfortunate legal proceeding, the changes you make through this program will help you build useful life skills that will positively impact your life.
Over the Walls of Anger, Into Each Other’s Arms:
Anger Management Program – for Couples
Covering ten sessions through the book, Over the Walls of Anger, Into Each Other's Arms:
Over the Walls of Anger, Into Each Other’s Arms is an anger management program for couples based on the upcoming book of the same title.
If you have ever found yourselves caught up in a cycle where Partner One’s angry outbursts push Partner Two into a seething silence that infuriates Partner One even more, then this program is for you.
This is a program based on attachment needs -- the inherent need each person has for connection. Anger is, more often than not, a natural response when our significant couple relationship is in danger of being torn apart.
This program provides tools for creating a stronger connection, building communication skills, understanding the role that family of origin plays in the way we express anger, through underlying emotions that fuel anger, and addresses the impact that depression and anxiety have on anger. It covers how to apologize effectively, how to forgive, and it wraps up with conflict resolution skills in order to move forward in harmony.