ONE DAY ANGER WORKSHOP – November 12, 2011- www.MidtownMFT.com
Midtown MFT provides an in-depth look at the core of anger. If you experience frequent, intense anger and behave destructively to yourself or others when angry, you may benefit from this anger management workshop.
Clients can expect:
- Body and breath work: Techniques to observe, and bring awareness to what is happening in the body when we get angry.
- Identifying unmet needs: We will identify unmet physical and emotional needs that prevent us from resolving conflict and relating to others successfully.
- Negative thinking: We will explore how childhood patterns and core beliefs contribute to “right/wrong and should thinking” which often leads to feelings of anger, helplessness, and shame.
- Healthy vs. unhealthy anger: We will discuss the difference between healthy anger and recurrent problematic anger: the feeling of anger itself is not the problem, rather the automatic, often unconscious, reactive patterns of expressing anger that can lead to disconnection from loved ones.
This workshop includes a short meditation practice, a lecture presenting the material, discussion, Q&A, experiential exercises using real life situations as well as a written exercise.
Pre-registration with payment is required at least 1 week prior to the workshop. Space is limited to 8 people and usually sells out.
Workshop Fee: $150 Payable online via Paypal
This workshop is facilitated by Rachel McDavid, MA, MFT. Click here for information on Rachel.
Held at Midtown MFT (Midtown Marriage and Family Therapy, PC)
271 Madison Ave, Ste 708, NY, NYC, 10016