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Men's Group in Vancouver, Nov. 8 – Dec. 13

Healing Anger/Moose Anger Management

Tuesday, 8 November 2016 at 6:30 PM - Tuesday, 13 December 2016 at 8:30 PM (PST)

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Persons who attend our sessions can expect to:

• Gain more control over their responses when anger arises.
• Understand origins & effects of abuse and what can be done about them.
• Hear what has worked for others in similar situations.
• Reduce anxiety, increase connections with others and gain compassion.
• Develop a clear plan to deal with difficult situations when they arise

Our groups offer you the chance of learning alongside others who, like you, care enough to change what they do with their anger. The participants expand their understanding of themselves and gain depth in their understanding of relationships from exploring their own and others’ experiences in relation to the ideas we present. People often find that others have similar experiences, or gain insights into how other people’s experiences might be when they are different. The group also provides a very supportive environment where people are treated with respect and understanding that facilitates the transformation of anger into something constructive.

The Full Price of the 6 week course is $380 (plus GST)

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Moose Anger Management
Suite 204 – 402 West Pender St,
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B1T6

Tuesday, 8 November 2016 at 6:30 PM - Tuesday, 13 December 2016 at 8:30 PM (PST)

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Healing Anger/Moose Anger Management

Many people think that our work is about avoiding conflict or being passive. This is not accurate. Our work is about meeting the difficulties and challenges that life presents and emerging from conflict feeling proud of our respectful choices and at peace, not ashamed of what we did or resentful of what we permitted.

This takes courage and effort.

At Moose Anger Management, founded by Alistair Moes (pronounced ‘moose’), anger is not seen as inherently bad. It is far more complex than most people imagine and, in fact, can often lead toward constructive behaviour. We utilize a variety of strategies for working effectively with anger when it arises so it is expressed in constructive ways.

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