Emotional Toolbox – Understanding and Feeling Anger

Learn the importance of Emotional literacy, self care, mindfulness and tapping in relation to Anger

I am a family coach specialising in Emotional literacy and tapping therapies in order to support families through struggles and trauma. I was previously a social worker for 20 years having specialised in Child Mental Health, Therapy, Adoption and children cared for away from their parents.

What you’ll learn

  • How do we set the foundation for healthy wellbeing.
  • Mindfulness and self-care.
  • Importance of listening to our feelings.
  • Anger and its Role in life.
  • How to understand Anger.
  • How to use tapping to process Anger and our emotions.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 5 lectures • 11min.
  • Self Care & Support –> 7 lectures • 44min.
  • Anger –> 8 lectures • 44min.
  • Tapping for Anger –> 4 lectures • 19min.
  • The End –> 2 lectures • 4min.

Emotional Toolbox - Understanding and Feeling Anger

Requirements

  • No prior skills needed, just time for yourself to feel.

I am a family coach specialising in Emotional literacy and tapping therapies in order to support families through struggles and trauma. I was previously a social worker for 20 years having specialised in Child Mental Health, Therapy, Adoption and children cared for away from their parents.

I have developed this interactive program to help support young people who may be struggling with their feelings. I have designed it to be accessible in your own pace. I personally suggest that this program is done adult and young person together. In the programme you will find a variety of exercises and techniques to try including EFT all with the intent of improving your wellbeing.

  • What are Emotions and why do we need them
  • The importance of Self Care and mindfulness
  • What is Anger and how do we use it
  • What is Tapping and how do we use it
  • The programme is designed to be flexible there are worksheets attached but it is the process that matters.

I want you to experience a different way about thinking about your emotions. for some people this may lead to more open conversations about your feelings, it may lead to you having more understanding about your own feelings. it will lead you to know that feelings are normal and there to be felt. It’s when they are not “felt” that behaviour that isn’t healthy happens. I believe the more we allow children and young people to feel and explore their emotions we will have a more healthy and happy generation.

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