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Mills Psychology – on Anger Management Therapy


Mills Psychology – On Anger Management Therapy – Our Anger Management Programmes are unique because we offer a more intensive and effective anger management therapy that is tailored to the unique needs and life situation of each client. What distinguishes our approach from other general programmes is that we do not simply counsel people on how to act, nor do we gloss over the real source of the problem. We know that the only way to effectively make permanent and recognizable change is to address the root cause of what is fuelling a person’s rage, explosiveness, and destructive behaviour. This is why we identify and understand the origins of why a person has anger problems to begin with and attempt to address the source of their suffering. This requires that people be treated with sensitivity and compassion surrounding their emotional vulnerabilities and difficulties that cause their disruptive affect, which negatively impacts on their lives. We attempt to get at the root of the problem, offer viable solutions, involve other family members when deemed appropriate, and allow the client to work-through painful emotional experiences that are the cause of one’s anger. This is done in a safe, confidential, and supportive-empathic environment. Visit for more Information. Copyright 2011 Mills Psychology. Video Production by Andrew Scott.


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