Anger in the Therapy Room
Anger is healthy, yet expression of anger in our society is often frowned upon, thought of as unhealthy and discouraged. This leads to suppression or inappropriate expression of anger. Some clients come to therapy to directly deal with anger, but often the client may have come to deal with grief, relationship problems or other issues, and as the therapeutic process advances, anger emerges.
This workshop will explore anger, and how as therapists we can best facilitate our clients to explore and express their anger without fear or prejudice. You will be given the opportunity to look at theories of anger and what happens to anger that has been suppressed. We will then work with some creative interventions which can enable your clients to explore, befriend and if needed, express their anger in a safe and healthy way.
Please contact us if you would like to register interest in future dates for this workshop.