This eight week course is for men who are concerned their angry actions and words are hurting themselves and others. It doesn't have to be that way.
Participants learn what attitudes, thoughts and beliefs take them down the path of anger. Through weekly practice and group interaction, participants are given the opportunity to develop new skills to help them avoid the harmful effects of anger.
increase their level of Emotional Intelligence through gaining a deeper understanding of their own emotions and the emotions of others
develop useful insights into anger and understand the difference between anger, aggression and violence.
clarify their personal values and goals in respect to their relationships and reinforces the importance of staying true to those values
identify the role ‘stinking thinking’ plays in creating and maintaining angry feelings
offers practical communication and interpersonal skills aimed at enhancing the quality of a man’s relationships
consider what it means to be a Respectful Communicator and how we can remain respectful even when challenged
respond to life’s daily challenges in ways that strengthens their sense of personal pride and integrity rather than dealing with after-effects of regrets and shame that is familiar so many of us.
This course is not suitable for people in a situation where there is domestic violence. We offer other programs and services which deal specifically with this issue.
A very helpful course. I've learnt a lot of ways to deal with my relationship.
There are no courses currently scheduled.
To book or enquire call 6164 0200
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