Did you know that anger is one of the six universal emotions inherent in all human beings?
How often has it happened that you have regretted things you have said or done in that moment of extreme anger? I know that the best of us have at some point or other have given in to this emotion, and then have regretted it later. What we tend to overlook is that more often than not, its effects are damaging. And yet, we cant control it. When we are angry, there are several changes that happens in our minds and bodies, which may be characterized by one or all of the following:
- Our blood pressure rises
- Heart rate quickens
- Our attention narrows down
- Our aggressive behavior is triggered and
- We lean towards irrational behavior
The triggers can be many. It could be other people, social and physical distress or other environmental factors. But with the help of mindfulness techniques we can learn to accept and control this emotion by being non-judgmental, and by linking mindfulness and emotional regulation.
In my sessions focused on anger management, I will help you to identify your emotions and current experiences. With these simple processes, you will be less likely to misinterpret behaviour and situations, learn to be less aggressive, allowing you to notice but not get swept away in a negative situation – all of which will ultimately help you manage anger.
You will also be invited to attend a monthly group to continue to practice what you have learnt and share your journey at the end of the sessions.
Morning Session: (4 weeks– 2 hours per week) – £200, OR
Evening Session (6 weeks – 90 mins per week) – £300