Anger Management



A programme which explores with students how anger is the ‘cover of a larger book’ and masks issues around shame and frustration. By recognising the positive and negative feelings associated with anger, trainers and students interactively engage to find means of concentrating on the positive ones.

Discovering healthy options in release of anger gives an inner sense of control which teenagers understand and appreciate. In our training, we attempt to recreate and explore real-life situations with the students.


Course outline:
  • Anger: positive and negative roles in human behaviour
  • Causes provoking negative expressions of anger
  • Emotional and physical changes around angry behaviour
  • Suppression and Aggression: dynamics of anger around family history, cultural background, stress levels, personality-type etc.
  • How triggers ignite a situation
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Relationship between anger and power, shame and frustration
  • Solutions in releasing anger positively and effectively
  • Key strategies in improving self-esteem and communication skills



QUOTES TO THINK ABOUT:

"Consider how much more you often suffer from your anger and grief, than from those very things for which you are angry and grieved."
Marcus Antonius.

"Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry."
Lyman Abbott.