If you are reading this, chances are anger is adversely affecting your life. Unmanaged anger can have very bad consequences for all those involved.
Anger problems can be helped by counselling. You can learn to skillfully manage your anger or learn to support someone else with their anger, e.g. your child, your partner or someone you know through work.
Learning to manage anger problems can be a relief and lead to improved communication between people. Skillfully managed anger can liberate positive energy and act as a force for good. Dr Tony Weston’s award winning research included clients who were struggling to manage their anger and those who were on the receiving end of other people’s anger.
Dr Weston’s private practice is close to Cambridge, 11.5 miles south of Addenbrookes NHS Hospital, just off the A1307 (and on the 13 bus route) in the South Cambridgeshire village of Horseheath. Easily accessible for clients from Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Hertfordshire and Essex. Distances from local centres are Bishops Stortford 20 miles, Braintree 20 miles, Sudbury 20 miles and Bury St Edmunds 21 miles.
Dr Tony Weston enjoys working with clients for whom their anger is causing them problems and with clients who are struggling with someone else’s anger. Contact him now on 01223-894896 (phone is answered by a receptionist 24/7) or email him at email@example.com to make an initial appointment.
Following is a graph of average changes in anger experienced by 100 clients at this service, to March 2020:
Anger was defined as threats, intimidation or physical violence to another person in the week preceding the start of counselling compared with the week preceding the subsequent measure. Average number of counselling sessions was five (range 2 – 12 sessions). One third of clients were female, half of all clients were married and half of all clients had children. Average age was 39 years with range 14 to 79 years. The effect size was ES(d) 1.67, a large effect, statistically significant at better than 99.9% confidence. Please note there are no guarantees in therapy and ‘past performance is no guide to the future’.
You can contact Dr Tony Weston now on 01223-894896 (phone is answered by a receptionist 24/7) or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an initial appointment.