Anger management

The average person experiences one anger related incident each day. Anger can vary in intensity, duration and frequency and is even accompanied by physical and mental changes. Courses and workshops are available to help Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members their family members understand how to manage their anger.

Knowing how to manage your anger improves relationships at work, at home and in the community.  It also improves problem solving skills, teamwork and reduces stress and anxiety levels when dealing with anger-producing situations.

What is the “Managing Angry Moments” course

The “Managing Angry Moments” course is an interactive, educational tool to help you identify situations in your daily life that cause anger. You will also learn how to apply new skills on how to safely address these situations.

This course is designed as a prevention tool and is not intended to be used for anger-management counselling or treatment.

The “Managing Angry Moments” course consists of 7 two-hour modules filled with information and strategies to manage anger:

  1. Understanding anger
  2. Anger, stress and mental fitness
  3. Trigger thoughts, coping throughts and strategies
  4. Reframing thinking errors
  5. Assertive Communication: Resolving conflicts while managing anger
  6. Managing anger with foregiveness
  7. Maintaining positive changes

Who can enroll in the “Managing Angry Moments” course

The “Managing Angry Moments” course is for a wide range of CAF personnel and their adult family members who are over the age of 18 years.

For more information about the “Managing Angry Moments” course, contact your Health Promotion office.

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