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6 Week - Anger Management Program

6 Week Anger Management Program
Redlands Counselling Service

This is a 6 week program designed to build more awareness and give tools

to manage anger.

What you need to know:

  • You will be given a workbook  each week with homework to complete.

  • It is presented on a TV through PowerPoint with narrative slides and videos to aid learning.

  • certificate is given at the end of the last (6th ) session. 

  • Bring glasses if need them.

Redlands Counselling Service offers tailored one-on-one sessions for those who are seeking to participate in an anger management course. These courses 6 weeks long, done weekly.

The  anger management course will help you to:

  • Identify the underlying causes of your anger

  • Recognise your personal triggers, and start using practical tools to effectively manage your anger in these situations

  • Address the impact of your behaviour on yourself and relationships.

  • Develop skills to create positive outcomes from conflict situations and destructive interactions

  • Break the cycle of anger by adopting new behavioural practices

Matt at Redlands Counselling Service developed the course to be relatable and easy to follow. Matt is a anger management specialist who will work with you within the context of your individual situation. The course is to self-reflect on the impactr of anger to encourage you to develop practical strategies to recognise your emotional triggers to change  your behavioural responses. This also  helps you maintain a healthy balance between your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Our anger management course will help you identify, create and maintain positive change in your life.

One of my main models used in creating the program at Redlands Counselling Service to build more awareness with anxiety, anger, fear or depression is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

The aim of ACT is to maximise human potential for a rich, full and meaningful life. ACT (which is pronounced as the word 'act', not as the initials) does this by:


a) Teaching you psychological skills to deal with your painful thoughts and feelings effectively - in such a way that they have much less impact and influence over you (these are known as mindfulness skills).

b) Helping you to clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you - i.e your values - then use that knowledge to guide, inspire and motivate you to change your life for the better.

The ACT View Of Mindfulness 

Mindfulness is a "hot topic" in Western psychology right now - increasingly recognised as a powerful therapeutic intervention for everything from work stress to depression - and also as an effective tool for increasing emotional intelligence. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a powerful mindfulness-based therapy

Mindfulness is a mental state of awareness, focus and openness - which allows you to engage fully in what you are doing at any moment. In a state of mindfulness, difficult thoughts and feelings have much less impact and influence over you - so it is hugely useful for everything from full-blown psychiatric illness to enhancing athletic or business performance. In many models of coaching and therapy, mindfulness is taught primarily via meditation. However, in ACT, meditation is seen as only one way amongst hundreds of learning these skills - and this is a good thing, because most people do not like meditating! ACT gives you a vast range of tools to learn mindfulness skills - many of which require only a few minutes to master. 

ACT breaks mindfulness skills down into 3 categories: 
1) defusion: distancing from, and letting go of, unhelpful thoughts, beliefs and memories 
2) acceptance: making room for painful feelings, urges and sensations, and allowing them to come and go without a struggle 
3) contact with the present moment: engaging fully with your here-and-now experience, with an attitude of openness and curiosity

Anger management program on tv


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