Led By Jill Gabriel
Many of us have difficulty with anger, some of us implode with anger, some of us fear anger in others and some of us explode with anger. Anger is a response to a need that is seeking to be met. At a psychodynamic level it is an emotional need to change or restructure a situation that we do not like or we find unbearable.
We can manifest anger in many different behaviours; withdrawal, distancing, turning anger into tears, being critical and acts of destructiveness and violence. All of these are mechanisms for coping.
In this workshop we shall clarify our relationship to our own feelings of anger and practice constructive and appropriate ways of expressing and meeting anger. We shall look at the effect of anger both on ourselves and others and how we deal with it within relationships.
DATE: 23rd & 24th November 2019
TIME: 9.30am to 5pm daily
COST: £170 per person
VENUE: The Terrace, Taunton
To book a place on this workshop please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
About Jill Gabriel
Since 1983 Jill has worked and trained as a counsellor and psychotherapist in both analytical and humanistic psychotherapy. For twenty seven years she has been involved with Spectrum, a humanistic and integrative psychotherapy centre in London. She has run their Working with Anger Workshop for seventeen years. She also has a private practice for individuals, couples, supervisees and groups. Jill is a co-founder of Relationshapes and has been training therapists since 1995 to work with couples. Her passion is to continue to understand her own truth while working with others to do the same