Our Anger Control Training programme is a mixture of teaching in a class and homework and aims to help people to understand why they get angry and how to control it.
Anger may lead to aggressive behaviour such as:
- Attacking someone else physically, verbally or in a passive-aggressive manner.
- Hitting objects or animals.
- Displacing anger onto someone else.
- Aggressive withdrawal.
Who is the group for?
The course is open to nearly everyone. A history of violence does not itself exclude you. We only ask that you come on the course because you want to and not because someone else thinks you should. An assessment will then be undertaken by Mind in Croydon counselling service to assess needs and suitability for the programme.
When is it?
Next group commences Monday 23rd March 2020 6.30pm-7.45pm for 6 weeks.
Mind in Croydon, Fairfield House, 10 Altyre Road, East Croydon, CR0 5LA.
Minimum number of 4, maximum of 8.
Contribution: Sliding scale as per counselling.
Contact 020 8763 2064, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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 IAPT (Improved Access to Psychological Therapies). 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: https://slam-iapt.nhs.uk/croydon/how-to-access-the-service/