The course is being offered by Mind in Kingston in association with Kingston Workstart and is for anyone who is 18 or older and who is working or studying.
The course takes place over eight weeks on Wednesday evenings from 6.30 to 8.15 at Mind in Kingston's Drop-in Centre in New Malden.
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You don't need to reveal anything about your anger to the group, but in most groups, everyone becomes comfortable with each other fairly quickly.
Each week you'll be set a bit of homework to do, to help you observe what happens before you become angry, what it is that actually makes you angry, how you behave when you're angry, and how you feel about yourself after you have been angry. The best indicator of how well you will learn to control your anger is your motivation to do the homework.
Before the course, you will need to meet with Andrew for an assessment/introduction, in order that we can be sure that the service meets your needs.
The course is open to anyone who is 18 or older and who is working or studying. You must want to address your anger and not be needing to attend solely to satisfy someone else such as a partner, court or employer.
At the end of the course, you get a certificate of attendance. We will not reveal anything about you to anyone else.
The assessment/introduction is free of charge and each session is charged at £20.
Places are limited to a maximum of eight people in each group.
New Malden Drop in Centre
109 Blagdon Road
Buses: 265, 131 and 152 all stop nearby
20 minutes walk (or bus) from New Malden station
The initial assessment/introduction will be during the day, either at Kingston Workstart or at Mind in Kingston's office.
Mind in Kingston
50 Canbury Park Road
Kingston upon Thames
Mind in Kingston is a local Mind association affiliated to National Mind, and has provided a range of services to mental health service users in Kingston since 1972.
Kingston Workstart are an employment support service for Kingston residents or those who are registered with a GP in the borough. Kingston Workstart helps people who are in employment but finding it difficult because of stress and anxiety, and helps unemployed people with mental health needs who are struggling to get back into the workforce.