Anger Management

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London-counsellor

483 Liverpool Road London London N7 8PG

Mark Goss Counselling & Psychotherapy

64 Great Eastern St London EC2A 3QR

Mary Burgess Hypnotherapy

21 Clovelly Road Southsea Hampshire PO4 8DL

Tranceformyourlifetoday

Close Bishops Stortford Hertfordshire CM23 4LJ

Teleognosis -personal and corporate Hypnotherapy and Reiki programmes

St Marys House, Cheap Street Newbury Berkshire RG14 5DH

Insightz

Albany Drive Three Legged Cross Dorset BH21 6YX

Online Counselling Service

LILLY H. STUART, CLINCAL PSYCHOLOGIST

106 HEATHWOOD GARDENS CHARLTON London SE7 8ER

Wendy Fry, Emotional Health and Hypnoslimmer Consultant at Be positive

Sutton Common Road Sutton Surrey SM3 9PW

Faith McMoyo - Psychological Therapist and Counsellor

London

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Coaching Service

The Parochial Hall 28 High Street, Kenilworth Warwickshire CV8 1LZ

Headgym

Sandycroft wellbeing centre West avenue

Noel McDermott- Psychotherapy and Counselling

13 Nevill Road Stoke Newington London N168SL

Open College UK Limited

Thurlestone Road Longbridge Birmingham B31 4LP

Darren Magee

c/o Malone Medical Chambers 142 Malone Road County Antrim BT9 5LH

Counsellor bdt counselling

Warwick Close Saxilby Lincolnshire LN1 2FT

One2One Counselling Cheshire

38 Chestnut Avenue Shavington Crewe Cheshire CW2 5BJ

Sentient Counselling

142 Malone Road Belfast County Antrim BT9 5LH

Christopher Clow BACP Reg. Senior Accredited in Balham London

Balham Community Centre Building 91 Bedford Hill, Balham London SW12 9HE

Sutton House

27 Wilson Patten Street Warrington Cheshire WA1 1PG

About Anger Management

Is a form of Counselling to help you cope with angry feelings that affect your health, work, behaviour or personal relationships. Anger is a natural feeling that affects everyone. Mild anger can be expressed as annoyance or irritation, however, some people become angry frequently and inappropriately, and may be unable to control their actions once they start to become angry. Once anger gets out of control like this, it can become more frequent and cause problems with relationships, work and even the law. Anger management usually involves a combination of one-to-one sessions with a counsellor or therapist and possibly group work if it is appropriate.