Anger Management near Basingstoke, Fleet & Hook
I offer 1-to-1 sessions to help positively manage reactions to feelings of frustration and anger.
I will also explore and help overcome the underlying reasons that lead to unwanted frustrated and angry feelings.
"I do feel much more at ease with things. I feel less angry about things that seemed to spark my overreactions. Importantly, I seem to have found the split second to consider my reactions to things. This allows me to temper them accordingly"
"My sessions with John proved invaluable for my own personal issues and how to deal with them. I was opened minded about wanting to to ask for the help. I needed the sessions between myself and John, they were designed to tackle one issue at a time. Starting for me with anger management, before trying to determine the root of the cause of my issues"
What to ExpectIn the first session we will explore your situation fully and I will explain my approach.
Sessions last an hour and are offered day and evening Monday through Friday.
Please do contact me if you would like to start the journey of making positive changes in your life.
More about Anger
Anger is a powerful emotion. It can have a very destructive impact on relationships, work and social situations.
It can be difficult to recognise what prompts frustrated, angry reactions. Especially if they are triggered without warning.
A YouGov poll found that 1 in 8 people say they have trouble controlling their anger. It also found that 1 in 4 people worry about how angry they sometimes feel.
QuotationsWe can feel trapped by our past experiences. Sessions aim to free us from unhelpful thought or behaviour patterns. This allows us to move forward more positively. Carl Jung captures this for me with the these words.
“I am not what happened to me I am what I chose to become” - Carl Jung
The feeling of anger can be a positive enegry. In sessions we will look at how to channel angry feeling positively. The following words by Arun Gandhi emphasise this idea.
“Use your anger for good. Anger to people is like gas to the automobile. It (can) fuel us to move forward and get to a better place. Without it, we would not be motivated to rise to a challenge. It is an energy that compels us to define what is just and unjust.” - Arun Gandhi