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Anger is one of our most difficult emotions. If our anger is unmanaged, we can end up behaving in destructive ways towards both ourselves and other people, and can face relationship difficulties and negative health consequences. Far from 'letting ourselves off the hook', recent research has shown that by developing compassion towards ourselves and others and compassionately understanding our anger and the factors that fuel it, we can connect with the courage and skills needed to change our behaviour. This fascinating and practical self-help guide will give you a number of powerful techniques for tackling your anger head on and taking control of it, rather than letting it control you. Filled with interactive exercises and practical skills, The Anger Workbook will guide you in your journey to transform your anger into inner strength.

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Dr Kerensa Hocken discusses CFT for Forensics

Compassionate Nature - a new substack blog from Chris Winson

Dr Katie Baird offers a webinar on A Compassion Focused Approach to Depression

Prof Darcy Harris discusses a compassion approach to working with grief

Dr James Kirby demonstrates a role play for applying a compassionate mind approach to parenting

Dr Chris Irons offers a webinar on CFT for Trauma