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Anger Workshop


We are delighted to announce a new date for this incredibly popular workshop to be run, here at:
CASY, 16 London Road, Newark, NG24 1TW

Saturday 7th October 2017
Cost £40.00 for the full day
9am to 4pm

To book please contact us on 01636 704 620 or by email at: office@casy.org.uk

Working with Anger
Many people today experience anger without an understanding of what it is and its appropriate purpose in everyday life. Anger itself is not the problem; the problem for most people is the inappropriate expression of their anger and the damage this causes in their own lives and those around them. When our anger stops being a healthy response, it can intensify and spread to anything that gets in the way.
This workshop is ideal for counsellors interested in learning more about anger and how to work with clients experiencing difficulties expressing anger.
This will be a great opportunity to:
•        Explore anger and understand its appropriate place in everyday life
•        Understand the implications if mismanaging anger
•        Identify Healthy / Unhealthy Anger responses
•        Look at environmental factors which may be the cause of anger and discover ways to implement change
•        Look at the trigger process and find new ways of managing self when angry
•        Learn new ways to work with client’s anger

The aims of this workshop is to provide you with: new awareness about anger and your relationship with anger, a better understanding of how your clients may be experiencing difficulties with anger, and new practical ways you can use to support them.

Joshua Chandler BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy / MBACP (Accred)

“I trained at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute as a Humanistic and Integrative therapist before setting up private practice as a counsellor. I work for various organisations within the health and educational sectors providing counselling and training for both young people and adults.
Why do I do this? To enable others to identify with their potential to grow, change and develop their quality of life and the relationships they engage with. I hold an optimistic view of people as autonomous, self-determining individuals with the power to create opportunities and make a positive impact in the world. I specialise in Conflict and Anger Management delivering training to inspire groups and individuals to express themselves more effectively, enhance their confidence, and find fulfilment in life.”