Cyrenians Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution
This event is in the past
Are you a Parent/Carer? Looking to learn more about conflict resolution?
There are times when we should be angry, just not all the time. And yet modern life occasionally appears designed to make us angry and then keep us that way. Being angry so often isn’t good for us, emotionally, physically and spiritually, however. Nor is it good for the Young People we care for.
Cyrenians Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution can help parents and carers to understand and manage their anger and that of the Young People they care for. We’ve created an online session ‘Understanding Anger’ especially for parents and carers. The sessions stream live online and parents / carers can reserve free tickets. Each session is only 40 minutes long.
After the session, parents and carers will be able to:
• Think more deeply about what makes them angry
• Understand ‘the anger cycle’, which describes the stages people go through when they become angry
• Start to think about how they can better control their own anger and how they can react to others’ anger in a way that stops an argument or situation getting out of control
The session will be delivered on the online platform Zoom, by the SCCR trainer. If you book on to the session you will be sent the details on how to join nearer the time to the event when bookings have closed and a full PDF document with all the information you need to know will be emailed to you. This session is at an introductory level and no prior knowledge of the subject is required.
Please note: Zoom offers video capability so you can join with your webcam on, but this is entirely up to you and this option can be turned off. However, we would love to see your faces and feel it is a more interactive experience with videos on.
- 12:00-12:45, 1 February 2022
0131 475 2493
- Families & young people
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