Anger Management Training Course in Singapore
Anger Management Training Course in Singapore
Anger Management Singapore: In this one-day anger management class, training participants will learn the process of learning to recognise signs of anger. Parcitipants will also learn the necessary action to calm themselves down whe they are on the verge of anger, as well as to deal with situation that stimulated anger in a much more productive way. It is important to note that anger management does not prevent you from feeling anger or encourage you to keep the anger inside of you. This is a misconception about anger management training. Anger is a normal and healthy emotion the key is to know how to express it appropriately. In this course participants will learn how to do this effectively.
Here are some important questions to ask yourself before you plan to attend this anger management course:
- Do you tend to lose your cool often?
- Do you often find yourself having heated arguments with the people closest to you?
- Do you fly off the handle easily?
- When someone hurts you bad, you usually want to get even with them?
- Do you find yourself constantly grumpy?
- Are you irritated by a lot of things at home or at work?
- Is your anger issues affecting your relationships with co-workers and/or family members?
- Do you suffer from road rage?
- Do you find it hard to forgive someone who has done you wrong?
- Do you get angry when you think of the bad things that people did to you in the past?
- Does waiting in line or waiting for other people, annoy you?
If you responded ‘yes’ to most of the questions, you might want to talk to attend our anger management course to learn and understand where your anger originates from. It is also essential for you to learn healthier methods to cope with your anger before it goes out of control. It is crucial to handle your anger more efficiently as it will improve your happiness level and your overall well-being. Knowing how to manage your anger will also benefit the people around you, particularly your loved ones.
This Anger Management workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their ability to handle their anger is a well-controlled manner.
Anyone with anger issues
The ideal group size for this Anger Management course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Anger Management workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 2 full days, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
1 Full Day
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Anger Management course
What are some benefits of attending an anger management training course?
- Learn to become more empathetic.
- The science behind anger.
- Build better personal and professional relationships.
- Gain new insights into what causes anger.
- Find out your trigger points.
- Develop better judgement.
- Reduction in stress.
- Replace your aggressive communication style with an assertive communication style.
- Better to address anger issue immediately before it snowballs and turns into an outburst.
- Reduce your Quarrelsome nature.
- Utilise your anger to your benefit by helping it motivate you in a more productive way.
- Learn how to vent out your anger the appropriate way.
Below is the Course Objectives For The Anger Management Training Workshop:
Anger Management Course – Part 1 : Understand Anger
- The Science Behind Your Anger
- The Cycle of Anger
- Understand The Fight or Flight
- The 5 Most Common Myths About Anger
Anger Management Course – Part 2 : The Sources of Anger
- The 9 Sources of Anger You Must Know
Anger Management Course – Part 3 : The Dos and Don’t of Anger Management
- Common But Unhelpful Ways of Dealing with Your Anger
- The New Way: Helpful Ways of Dealing with Your Anger
Anger Management Course – Part 4 : The Hidden Dangers of Suppressing Your Anger
- Leads to Depression
- Leads to Broken Relationships
- Leads to Chronic Illnesses
- Leads to Violence
- Leads to Anxiety
Anger Management Course – Part 5 : Gaining Ultimate Control of Your Anger
- Using The Coping Thoughts Technique
- Relaxation Techniques Backed by Science
- Blowing off Some Steam The Right Way
Anger Management Course – Part 6 : Learn To Separate the People from the Problem
- Learn the Difference Between Objective vs. Subjective Language
- How to effectively Identifying the Problem
- Using “I” Messages Technique
Anger Management Course – Part 7 : Working on the Anger Problem
- Learn to Use Constructive Disagreement With Ease
- Natural Negotiation Techniques
- How to Build Consensus The Right Way
- Identifying Quick and Useful Solutions
Anger Management Course – Part 8 : Solving the Anger Problem
- Choosing The Solution
- Making an Effective Plan
- Getting it Done Right The First Time
Anger Management Course – Part 9 : A Personal Anger Management Plan
- What are Hot Buttons
- Identifying Your Personal Hot Buttons
- A Personal Anger Log That is Easy to Use
Anger Management Course – Part 10 : The Triple-A Anger Approach
- Alter The Situation
- Avoid The Situation
- Accept The Situation
Anger Management Course – Part 11 : Dealing with Angry People With Diplomacy & Tach
- Understanding the Energy Curve
- Top 3 De-Escalation Techniques You Can Use Immediately
- Learn When to Back Away and What To Do Next
Below is the list of our course content for Anger Management training course
Anger Management Course – Part 1
- The science behind anger: Understand what is anger & why you get angry.
- The cost of getting angry and why it should worry you.
- Why are people so angry all the time.
- How anger affect our physical bodies.
Anger Management Course – Part 2
- Anger management training in the workplace.
- How anger affects our mind.
- How and why your mind can deceive you when you are angry.
- How to comprehend problems from multiple perspectives.
Anger Management Course – Part 3
- Why it is impossible to think clearly when you are angry.
- The different types of anger.
- Understand your dominate anger type.
- Learn to control your anger before you blow up.
Anger Management Course – Part 4
- Find and understand the source of your anger.
- Effective breathing exercises to cool off.
- Increase your emotional awareness.
- Maintaining a cool, calm composure.
Anger Management Course – Part 5
- Deep relaxation at will.
- Tricks the mind plays.
- Dissolve negative emotions.
- Relax under pressure.
Anger Management Course – Part 6
- Cool blue breathing technique to reduce anger.
- Understanding your own emotion and stress level.
- Analyse Your job and learn to spot the warning signals.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Anger Management course
Anger Management Learner’s Guide
Anger Management Key Takeaways Notes
Anger Management Essentials Ebook
Anger Management Course Handouts
Anger Management 30-Day Action Plan
Anger Management MindMaps Pack
Anger Management PPT Slides Used During Course
Anger Management Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Anger Management E-Learning Course
Anger Management Online Video Course
Anger Management Essentials Audiobook
Anger Management Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 2 pricing options available for this Active Listening Skills training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Active Listening Skills training course.
Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
Blended Learning: Learning does not occur in the classroom. Virtually everybody prefers distinct ways of learning. Successful learning should have a multi-channel, multi-modal strategy.
We Understand The Industry: We’ve got a profound comprehension of the business, business design, challenges, strategy and the that our participants are in and have designed the courseware to cater to their professional needs.
Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.
Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. This structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.
Think before you speak. Once you are calm, express your concerns. Get some exercise to release the tension. Take a timeout to give yourself time to think. Find possible solutions to resolve the issue. Stick with ‘I’ statements. Do not hold a grudge. Use humour to release tension. Practice relaxation skills.
Anger is a perfectly normal emotion, which can sometimes become uncontrollable. This unreasonable anger leads to problems at work, in personal relationships, and overall quality of life; it becomes an impediment. Anger management aims to keep emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes at bay.
Anger affects different parts of the body, including the heart, brain, and muscles. It also causes an increase in testosterone levels and a decrease in cortisol levels.
The visible symptoms of anger are:
- tingling sensation
- muscle tension
- increased blood pressure
- increased heart rate
Emotional symptoms before, during, or after an experience of anger include:
- feeling overwhelmed
Getting mad at the little things means there may be other underlying issues that have gone unchecked.
For example, when you lashed out against your colleague for spilling a bit of water on the floor, you may not have been sincerely angry at him. Rather, you were angry with your child’s behaviour over the past few weeks, which has been let loose towards your colleague.
Essentially, irrational anger is usually an arrow pointing at a much deeper issue.
This type of anger involves becoming silent when angry, sulking, procrastinating, and pretending “everything is fine”.
This comes out in fighting, bullying, blackmailing, accusing, shouting, bickering, sarcasm and criticism.
It means thinking before speaking, being confident when speaking while also open and flexible. It means being patient; keeping a steady voice; communicating personal feelings and emotions, and trying to understand what others are feeling.
It is possible to treat symptoms of anger with medication because anger is a psychological issue.
Psychiatrists commonly prescribe antidepressants such as Prozac, Celexa and Zoloft for anger issues. These drugs do not have a specific aim to lower anger, but they do have a calming influence that can improve control of rage and negative emotion.
For example, when a patient’s seizures result in anger reactions, epilepsy medicines are issued.
The use of several over-the-counter medications and supplements can improve mood and support anger management therapy. These include:
- Primal Calm (formerly Proloftin)
People who get angry quickly at the slightest small things react in hostile ways when they feel insulted, wronged, or injured, especially when they feel that others mistreat them. People coping with anger management issues often blow up or explode at others. They are quick to blame other people for their problems without considering the role they might be playing in the situation.
The following are some possible causes of severe anger:
Drinking alcohol increases aggression according to recent studies. In the USA, Anger is a contributing factor in about half of all violent crimes.
A recent study found that anger is a typical symptom of OCD. It affects approximately half of diagnosed people.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Anger and short temper can also transpire in people with ADHD.
Intense mood shifts characterise the bipolar disorder, ranging from mania to depression, although not everyone with bipolar disorder will encounter depression. They may endure periods of anger, irritability, and rage.
Scientists have identified a precise region of the brain called the amygdala. The amygdala processes fear, triggers anger, motivates us to act, and alerts us to danger and activate the fight or flight response. Researchers found that the prefrontal cortex is the area of the brain that controls reasoning, judgment and the area we use to think before we act.
Here are some suggestions to stop feeling angry.
- Exercise. The physical action of the body can dissipate anger as an energy.
- Change the focus.
- Do something else.
- Write the cause of the anger out – Put that to ink
- Use anger as a motivation to make a change.
- Watch or listen to funny videos or radio
After ruling out grave mental health conditions like clinical depression, other medical conditions could be contributing to their slump:
- Thyroid disorder
A thyroid with abnormal “quiet” levels can cause a person to feel unmotivated or depressed and ultimately contribute to a low mood.
- Sleep apnea
Sleep apnea can cause breathing to slow or stop more than 30 times per hour during sleep. It is no wonder then that a person’s mood during the day who suffers from sleep apnea can take a nosedive.
A stroke in the brain’s left frontal lobe may make the person feel sad and anxious.
Some supplements can support chemical pathways that address anger management issues:
- 5-HTP, an amino acid, is what the body uses to make serotonin
- Taurine, Theanine, and GABA are other amino acids that can keep the brain’s chemical balance by promoting inhibitory neurotransmitters and soothing an over-excited excitatory system.
- Phosphatidylserine is an amino and fatty acid that is considerably helpful in lowering high cortisol levels.
Benzodiazepines are sedatives that can help relax muscles and calm the mind. They work by increasing the effects of some neurotransmitters, which are chemicals that relay messages across brain cells.
The variants of Benzodiazepines include:
The symptoms of extreme unwarranted anger often mirror symptoms of other disorders. Some of the common mental disorders that co-occur with extreme anger can include:
- Conduct disorder
- Oppositional defiant disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Depressive disorders
Anorexia is the most deadly psychiatric disorder, having the highest risk for death – in fact, 4 times the death risk from major depression.
The risk is made worse for people diagnosed with anorexia in their twenties. They have a shocking eighteen times the death risk of healthy people their age.
Bipolar rage is impulsive, energetic, unpredictable, and explosive. It is responding with hostile irrational anger or irritation when being asked a simple question; lashing out with no logical reason on those who love and care. It is sharpening the blade of a pocket-knife on the side mirror because someone is driving too close. People with bipolar rage are incapable to rationally listen to another person and even answering the question ‘why?’
Feeling strong emotions or feeling unable to control one’s emotions may be due to diet decisions, heredity, or stress. It may also be due to a fundamental health condition, such as hormones or depression.
All of us have felt happy, sad, low, or exhilarated at some point in our lives. Emotions are a regular component of humans. Everyone processes events and emotions uniquely.
Research suggests that we are born with a range of potentiality.
Genetics may define the limit our potential intelligence, but studies have frequently emphasized that nurture plays a significant role in influencing it.
A child will attain a high potential degree of intelligence when he receives cognitive stimulation, is inspired to be inquisitive and develops verbal as well as visual-motor skills. In contrast, a child with minimum encouragement and support may function at the lower level of his potential.
This may hold true for anger issues as well.
People can grow angry for numerous reasons, and everyone senses anger differently.
Events or circumstances that provoke an angry outburst in one person may not stir another person.
In general, the common causes of anger include feeling:
- frustrated or powerless
- invalidated or unfairly treated
- attacked or threatened
Brunner and his collegues discovered the Brunner syndrome in 1993. It is a particular genetic defect associated with a mutation in the MAOA gene.
People with this syndrome may have lower IQ, impulsive behaviours (such as pyromania, hypersexuality and violence) and mood swings.