The COMPASS Anger Management course is being developed for individuals who need to take court ordered courses for court ordered requirements, or at the request of their employer or GP, or for personal reasons. We are the only program on Merseyside to offer court approved certification.
Ongoing subject to funding
We aim to provide people with resources and coping strategies to help people combat anger Defining anger, Healthy vs. Unhealthy anger, Impact on health, relationships, society and life chances,How angry are you, anger assessment,Triggers, Weighing up the options,Learning to let go
Help people discover the possibilities of achieving and maintaining emotional balance,
Gain an understanding of positive and negative emotions and the consequences they have on health, relationships, society and wellbeing
Learn how to address negative thinking, attitudes andbehaviours, using a more positive helpful approach.
Change: by transforming unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Gain self confidence as you gain trust and belief
Anger management will give people the skills and techniques to help them achieve emotional balance!.
Activities» Provide people on low income with free or affordable pathways to support.
Success will be...People being able to control their anger instead of anger controlling them.
Remove denial Understanding assertiveness, What is assertiveness? Overcoming the belief barrier.
Reunite families and relationships damaged as a result of angry feelings and emotions
We have completed a full risk assessment and will have 2 facilitators hosting each course
Funders of this project will receive a monthly email report on the project detailing the ongoing and forthcoming activities, and any necessary changes that have been made to the project plans.
Budget - Project Cost: £20,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £20,000 Anger Courses Holding 2 courses per month,
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Ravensdale Trust £1,000 Guaranteed
individuals who need to take court ordered courses for court ordered requirements, or at the request of their employer or GP, or for personal reasons
COMPASS is a Merseyside based charity that provides counselling to people who need someone to talk to.COMPASS provides counselling for anyone aged 18 or over. People come for counselling with a variety of problems, which may be related to home, work, relationships, or life in general.examples of problems helped by counselling are: -
Depression, anxiety, worries or stress about the past, present or future.
Bereavement or other loss.
Illness, accident or trauma.
Family problems or Anger
Read more about the Charity running this project.
COMPASS Volunteer Counsellors
COMPASS counsellors work to the British Association for Counselling and Psycho-therapy’s Ethical Framework for Good Practice.