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Anger Management Counselling, Psychotherapy and Life Coaching Edinburgh
Anger management counselling coaching and psychotherapy information in Edinburgh
1. We have learnt a lesson somewhere in life that causes us to associate something with an angry feeling. This might be because of abuse, trauma, unusual circumstances, bereavement, grief or unnatural events. We then associate elements of whatever happened with the feeling of anger. This is the perception process at work, and is thus a Cognitive area for therapy.
2. We are in
a physical or mental state that
causes inappropriate response. This might be a fever, a manic or
depressed state, halucinations, PMT, Low blood sugar, or a high pain
level. In this state our cognitive processes are compromised.
Deeper issues may need psychoanalytic support in order to identify and understand how relationships, abuse, dysfunctional emotional relationships or other factors have resulted in grief, loss or neurosis.
area is "acting" angry.
where we have a "feeling" of anger or irritation, and this results in
an "action" or "behaviour". This is the area of anger management most
commonly talked about since it is the "behaviour" that is displayed to
people around you. Most "off the shelf" books and courses deal just
with this area.
Between the "feeling" and the "behaviour" are occurances that "trigger" that response. Theses are the people, things, smells, sounds, places, actions, words etc that "trigger" the person into feeling angry. What happens then is the "feeling" is felt, the person goes into a kind of "autopilot" and the "behaviours" result.
The "autopilot" is a laymans term for learnt response or conditioned response. Over time we learn to respond to certain triggers with certain behaviours. As these become "natural" responses for us, they become unconcious rather than deliberate. Thus we automatically respond that way without thinking about it conciously. While the person continues to automatically respond with "angry behaviours", the problem persists. The most common advice for dealing with this is "to count to ten before responding". It is sensible advice, but most clients need help in making this possible!
Stuart is trained in cognitive behavioural analysis (including the CBASP method) allowing for deeper analysis of patterns and history than in general CBT. Analytic methods like situational analysis, significant other analysis, thought stream analysis, perceptual position analysis, desired outcome analysis, applied behavioural analysis and other related methods enable a far more specific analysis of the individual history and presentation, as well as effective new behaviour and interpretation generation allowing for more adaptive and positive feelings and behaviours.
Where in Edinburgh can you get anger management counselling and psychotherapy?
Edinburgh base 1
Stuart & Denise:
South Side Centre, 86 Causewayside Edinburgh, EH9 1PY
We adhere to appropriate National Occupational Standards, carry professional insurance and support voluntary regulation of therapists. We are both subject to regulation in therapy. Both therapists area CNHC registered hypnotherapist (voluntary regulation of hypnotherapy). Both therapists are registered on both CNHC and FHT PSA Accredited Registers. Professional Standards Authority Accredited Registers are for healthcare practitioners not subject to statutory regulation.
Stress ( AKA anxiety) costs business millions of pounds in sick days and lost productivity. It costs individuals relationships, health, well-being and quality of life.
Stuart was trained with over 1,000 client hours ( over 200 clients over 3 years) in the treatment of psychosomatic conditions by using: Clinical hypnotherapy, psychoanalysis, stress counselling and coaching in health education and wellbeing. Check out BOTH therapist's qualifications in these areas.80% of patients in GP waiting rooms are suffering from a stress related illness,otherwise known as a psychosomatic condition. This is not a fake or pretend condition, it is very real, for example Irritable Bowell syndrome, (NICE recommend therapies including hypnotherapy). Phobias (Anxiety UK recommend hypnotherapy and CBT). Stress was defined by Professor Cary Cooper (the Association of Stress Management I trained with helped with his research) as when the demands placed on the individual exceed their resources to cope, in other words creating anxiety as a response, or tipping people into depression. Evidence please refer HERE
How do you arrange anger management counselling, psychotherapy, life coaching in Edinburgh?
first instance please email us. We will send you our free no obligation
information pack. Please let us know your situation in confidence, and
we will assist as possible.
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During 2015 Stuart and Denise carried out extensive continuous professional development specifically in the area of analysis. Stuart completed post qualification competency training in CBASP (cognitive behavioural analysis system of psychotherapy) and both Stuart and Denise trained in clinical application of mindfulness with depression and mental health. Both trainings were provided by NHS employed clinicians and were run at local universities.
Combined with long term ongoing training in mental health and health provision topics through the Open University, and with other specialist training such as PODS training in dissociative disorders, both therapists are committed to practical and applied training for mental health conditions.
Mental health treatment is based around methods recommended in NICE guidelines, and those fully researched as effective such as CBASP. More information on both adherence to NICE guidelines and on underpinning research please visit our other site www.psychoanalysis.center
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