What is Your Anger?
Low Self Esteem
The Human Experience
Our range of specialist counselling services include Anger Management Counselling.
What is Anger Management Counselling?
There is no denying the suffering and pain of the human existence, life can be complex, unfair and harsh sometimes, and it is a natural response to feel anger. But to what degree should we allow this to take over and become a destructive force in our lives?
When we anger our brains trigger the reactive/primitive response (fight, flight or freeze) and when this is mismanaged we fall prey to our maladaptive defences from the past, in an unconscious attempt to protect ourselves from harm. This often leads to escalating anger and destructive behaviour to self and others.
Anger Management Counselling offers a specialised program and learning environment for doing the 'work to change'. Our counsellor will work with your unique circumstances, and help you find better ways to manage.
To Emotionally Develop
To become Wiser, Better, Mentally Strong
Anger Management Counselling with Wellbeing Minder offers anger management solutions that will help with:
Better Work Life
We can’t control anger it just happens to us
Ignore it and it will go away
Time heals all wounds
The person expressing inappropriate anger shows leadership skills and propels others to get things done
Inappropriate anger helps with controlling others, and taking charge of the situation
Inappropriate expression of anger helps us make friends and positively influence people
Expressing mismanaged anger brings us closer to those we love
Brain mechanisms trigger responses when we perceive some type of threat or injustice, (ie: disrespect, loss of control, risk of harm, or risk of loss - coming our way). This is when we respond with ‘reactive anger’
Long term anger produces negativity and poisons the body
The more we react to anger the harder it becomes to respond effectively next time, and leaves us in a state of emotional arousal which leads to anger controlling us
Long term anger not only causes self harm but it also destroys relationships
Decisions made with anger are not ideal, and may be detrimental
We can be trained to better manage anger
We have the ability to learn a better way of being and doing