This online course, which can be completed in as little as 10 minutes, will provide strategies of how you can manage your anger effectively and practicable steps of how to put these strategies into action to learn how to respond positively to tricky situations.
Managing our anger is crucial to many aspects of our personal and professional lives. Although it can be difficult at times, the good news is, it’s a skill that anyone can learn.
Anger - in itself - is neither good or bad. It’s how you respond to your anger, and how you express it, that matters. Anger is one of the most common emotions that a person can feel, but it has the potential to be destructive if it’s mismanaged.
This Anger Management Training course aims to educate you on how to effectively manage your anger, both personally and professionally, ultimately improving your wellbeing and relationships as a result.
This course is split into two sections:
Anger is a normal and healthy emotion that anyone can feel at any time. When someone is angry, they often feel it mentally and physically.
There are also other emotions that can be disguised as anger because it’s what some people feel more comfortable expressing.
The goal of anger management is to first acknowledge that anger is not a negative thing in itself, but it can have negative effects on ourselves and others if we respond to it unhealthily.
Mismanaged anger, much like stress, can do damage to someone's physical and mental health if it's left unaddressed.
In this second section the course covers four actionable steps to assist you in managing your anger.
Be productive - channel your anger into positive and productive actions. The course gives useful examples of productive ways of utilising anger and releasing pent up energy.
Be open and respectful - If you respond angrily or even bottle up how you are feeling you could escalate a situation. The course provides strategies of how to be open and respectful.
Be healthy - Being healthy has many benefits for you and for others. These include dealing with any addictions that you may be struggling with, exercising regularly and reviewing your eating and sleeping habits.
Be mindful - Take a moment to calm yourself and collect your thoughts. Limit your exposure to things that trigger your anger or prepare some strategies to use when they arise such as breathing exercises.
Managing your anger doesn’t mean avoiding your anger. It’s normal to feel angry from time to time; you just need to make sure you’re expressing it safely and productively to avoid causing distress to yourself and others.
1. What is Anger Management?
2. Managing Anger
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