Anger is a feeling that affects us all and when dealt with appropriately, it can be considered an important emotion that gives us energy and motivates us to act. For some of us it can get out of control or cause us to act inappropriately effecting relationships, work or even the law
12% of the population struggle to manage their anger and irritability.
1 in 4 people have reported worrying about how angry they can feel.
Anger can commonly be felt when someone is feeling low in mood or anxious. Low mood and Anxiety affects one 1 in 10 adults at some stage in their lifetime.
Anger Management therapy or Counselling can help to reduce your symptoms and enable you to deal with your triggers more effectively, teaching you strategies’ to help you respond differently and control your anger
We run free groups, individual or telephone support and believe that recognising that you have a problem and seeking help is a very positive first step towards solving the anger issues.
To speak to someone in confidence for advice or to arrange an appointment please contact our team on Freephone 0800 230 0688
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