The Anger Group is a six week course, in which we look at what it is that may contribute to and underlie presenting anger, how anger may present and coping strategies/techniques to work with this.

Group Aims

  1. To provide a forum to gain understanding of the causes of anger and to learn new skills for preventing the onset of anger and aggression.
  2. To explore practical, do-able things that will add to each individual’s resources/toolkit for managing anger.
  3. To provide support and encouragement in a confidential and safe atmosphere.
  4. To enable use of learnt skills and techniques beyond completion of the programme.

Who is the group for?

The Anger Group is accessed by self-referral. Clients will have identified as having difficulties in controlling anger, who recognise this as an issue and who are motivated and committed to learn new skills. 

When is it?

6 weekly sessions lasting 1 hour and 15 minutes. We hope to run the next group sometime in 2024 – dates/times to be confirmed. Please apply now for the next group.


In person at Mind in Croydon, 26 Pampisford Road, Purley, CR8 2NE

Group size

Minimum number of 4, maximum of 8.


Assessment £10

Unwaged – £30 (£5 per session)

Waged – £60 (£10 per session)

Out-of-Croydon Borough: £90 (£15 per session)

Application Process

Self-Referral Only

You can self-refer by using our online portal or QR code to complete our registration forms.

Registration Form

If you have issues with accessing our online forms, please call or email us on:

Tel: 020 8763 2064


More information

Mind In Croydon’s counselling service is a primary care level service.  We see clients with mild to moderate levels of problems.

If you wish to find out more about counselling at Mind in Croydon, you can download our counselling leaflet, or refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.

Confidentiality can be a concern to some people seeking counselling services, and our confidentiality policy is also available for you to download at the top left of the page.

If you are contemplating counselling it can be a daunting prospect if you are entering into the unknown, and these resources aim to answer any questions you may have.

More general information about counselling, and how it might benefit you, is available via our links page.

You may find that you are eligible for free counselling under Croydon Talking Therapies (IAPT). This is an NHS programme available in England which can provide a range of treatments for various mental health problems. You can find out more about this at the following website:

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