We’ve all had the odd day when our temper gets the best of us, but if you find that you’re grinding your gears in anger on a regular basis more often than you and others would like, then you could probably benefit from a great workshop that has helped many people in the past.
The ACE - Anger Change Education workshop is designed to change outcomes for individuals and families who want to learn to deal with their anger in a constructive and healthy way. It gives people the practical tools to get control of their anger, and is also helpful for anyone with a friend or family member with anger issues.
The course is headed up by experienced counsellor and social worker Steve Brodie from Just Solutions. “My general observation is that the people I have worked with are desperately looking for someone or something to give them direction, affirmation, security and hope,” says Steve. “It is all about the individual and their own response to change and loss, and developing new skills to cope with today’s life problems”.
Steve has over 32 years’ experience in the field including 16 years with South Canterbury Violence Intervention Project as a court appointed facilitator, experience as a workplace support counsellor, victim support counsellor, and experience in group settings after working as a peer supervisor for restorative justice. Steve is also a co-founder of the Highway2 programme for children and youth and has run anger management workshops for the Bridge programme.
The course covers:
When: Saturday 29th June 9.30am-3.30pm
Where: Church of the Saviour
To register or for more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021-112-3252.