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Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Children & Young People Mental Health Support


Anger is the name we give to a particular form of human energy, it is an emotion that we all experience at some point. 

If you are struggling to manage anger or aggression, there is a lot of support and advice online to help you.

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This link from Mind talks you through what anger is

The Good Life Service at CPSL Mind will be running a new 8 week workshop ‘Anger and what to do about it’ for anyone 18+ living in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough. We all feel angry at times, and this is a healthy, normal emotion that only becomes a problem when it is harming you, or people around you. If your anger may be becoming destructive our 'Anger and what to do about itworkshop can help take back control. We will explore CBT style materials, opportunities to engage peer support, a space to create your own anger management plan and tool kit and encouragement to practice these learnings outside of the sessions. 

To apply, please email or call 0300 303 4363  

The first sessions will take place from the 18th May 2021 and they are aiming to offer at least 1 workshop per quarter.

Each workshop session will last 1 hour 45 minutes and will take place via Zoom.

Anger Management tips from Centre 33

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There is a great page on young minds to support young people who want to manage anger issues, as well as a support page for parents who are worried about their child's anger.

 NHS choices also have great advice for parents on managing anger

Recommended reading

There are also a number of books that can be useful in understanding anger in yourself or others:


Managing Anger:Simple steps to dealing with frustration and threat by Gael Lindenfield ( Thorstons ,2000)

Working with Anger and Young People By Nick Luxmore (Jessica Kingsley, 2006)

Anger Management :A pratical guide for working with Children and Young People by Adrian Faupel. Elizabeth Herrick and Peter Sharp ( Routledge,2017)



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