Approximately 1 in 4 people say they worry about how angry they sometimes feel. Excessive anger can be detrimental to your emotional, mental and physical health. We work to help you to develop more healthy, constructive ways to express anger.
Though we evolved with anger as an adaptive emotion, excessive anger is a growing—and much overlooked—problem in modern society. Psychological therapies such as CBT, ACT and mindfulness are proving helpful for resolving this ‘problem anger’.
Though we evolved with anger as an adaptive emotion, excessive anger is a common and growing problem which has detrimental effects on our health and relationships. Psychological therapies such as CBT, ACT and mindfulness are proving helpful for relieving this 'problem anger'.MORE
Our psychological problems are shaped by our socio-cultural environment. In Korea, what we might refer to as 'problem anger' is known as 'fire sickness' and is seemingly caused by emotional suppression for the good of the collectivist cultureMORE
Isabel Clark, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, talks about anger: how it can become addictive, and how therapies such as CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help people to overcome it.MORE
Animation director and illustrator Steve May created this great little video about anger as one of several shorts inspired by the experiences of real teens dealing with real issues.MORE