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Are you looking for ways to calm your anger and effectively communicate with others?

Do you ever find yourself experiencing sudden bouts of anger?

Would you like to identify ways to manage your anger in professional and personal settings?

The goal is for you to gain an understanding and learn realistic and practical tips to gain control when you become angry.

I created The Mismanagement of Anger Workshop because at one time, I was you. I found myself in numerous situations that I BELIEVED confirmed and justified my negative behavior. My anger was normal....so I thought... I later learned that my emotions were “normal” but my response to anger was not healthy. I was labeled as irrational from emotional outbursts and untimely escalations. It was not attractive and I was not proud of my behavior!

I’m not just a therapist, I’m human and I practice the same concepts that will be presented in this workshop. By improving your thinking and emotional patterns you will be able to experience a new way of communicating with others and managing difficult situations without escalation.

You can do this; if I did it - so can you!

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Anger is normal and a part of the human experience. However, unmanaged anger can be costly! I am here to help you save your personal and professional relationships.

This workshop could be considered an alternative to individual therapy or supplemental. Together, we will address the anger that negatively impacts your life. 

I have studied sociology, psychology and interpersonal communications for years. I’ve assisted numerous clients with understanding how to manage their anger and improve relationships with others. 

You do not have to do this alone, there’s help here for you.

 

Next Step:

  • Register to join classes on Saturdays, 9:00am - 10:30am; January 26, 2019 - March 9, 2019 (7 weeks)

  • Seating is limited - Only 7 slots available

  • Materials will be provided

  • For questions call 312-818-1260

 You must be able to complete the series to maintain integrity of the group

I’m so happy you've decided to join us for this workshop! See you soon!