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Anger Management

Manage your anger


Stone River eLearning

Summary

Price
£10 inc VAT
Study method
Online, On Demand What's this?
Duration
1.4 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Everybody loses it sometimes, but what if I told you that you never had to?

Curriculum

12
sections
39
lectures
1h 22m
total

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Description

It could be a physical or mental shove that sends you over the edge.

Sometimes, we are lucky even to find our way back up, by hanging onto the said edge.

Sometimes, our lives like we know it may have been ruined forever at that moment.

The Anger management workshop gives you a permanent handle on the loss of control, and also:

  • Arms you with constructive coping and planning anger management skills.
  • How to identify your triggers, and stop them in their tracks.
  • Teaches you what do when you get angry, harnessing, and converting that anger into a powerful asset.

It’s time for you to take absolute control of your life. Sign up now!

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