Category: Anger Management

Anger: How Do We Deal With It In (and Out of) the Counselling Room? – Elaine Davies & Mike Trier

Elaine Davies

In the second ‘Conversations about CBT’ Online Event, Elaine Davies (CBT) and Mike Trier (PCA) will focus on ‘Anger’ – in and outside the counselling room.

The discussion will be based on one or two client based scenarios and will tease out the similarities and differences in their approaches.

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Rage and Shame – Sue Parker Hall

Sue Parker Hall

In the trainings I deliver I have frequently been asked “what is the link between rage and shame?” Participants and myself have intuitively known that there is a strong relationship between them both. As a consequence I have been inspired to research the issue and have developed a model that articulates the connection between the two, and also a deeper understanding of how the therapeutic relationship can address these commonly presented, often perplexing, issues.

In this online interview I discuss a practice example of how a client may oscillate between rage and shame, the impact that this had on me as a therapist and how I worked with it.

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Working with Anger – Mike Trier

Mike Trier

I’ve worked for many years with teenagers labelled as angry, and poorly behaved, first as a teacher, and currently as a counsellor. I’ve developed ‘Working with Anger’ groups, aimed at teenage boys. We make sure they feel heard. And then we support them as they begin to take more control over their lives, even under difficult circumstances in school and at home.

We don’t have a magic wand, but we’ve a track record in helping young men engage with school more effectively!

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