6 Steps to Beat Your Anger
Our highly successful anger management program returns for 2017 in a new and improved format.
6 Steps to Beat your Anger is a step by step program designed to logically take you from feeling angry and out of control to feeling calm, confident and assertive.
There are still places available at our next 6 steps to Beat your Anger programs which have a proven record of helping people just like you overcome their anger issues.
Our next courses are on:
- Wednesday 1st November to Wednesday 6th December, 2017 6.30 - 8.30 pm at Leeds City Centre - for more information and to book tickets click link below:
Or, contact me directly on email@example.com or 07446612357.
There are also group programs throughout 2018.
Here is what our clients have said about our anger managment programme:
“Keep doing what you are doing! It’s a brilliant course with real results that I know will change my life for the better”
“I can’t believe how much this course changed my life in 6 weeks. I can’t thank Anthony and Nathan enough for making this possible. I never thought I would achieve so much and these guys actually make it interesting”.
While this programme is not meant to replace individual counselling and psychotherapy, it can expose you to strategies and tools to manage your anger, leaving you with the option of taking up therapy with me, as you become motivated to further apply effective methods to transform your anger.
I understand that many clients will experience occasional bouts of aggression when angry. However if you have a history of violent behaviour or you are reliant on alcohol or other substances you may be better working on a 1-1 basis. If you are unsure if this course is for you then please contact me before booking.
Throughout 2017, I will produce Blogs and Newsletters which provide you for FREE, with sample of my models, exercises and activities drawn from the extensive amount of material I created for the group and one to one program.
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