Managing Your Anger When it Flares
Learn how to set change your thoughts, words, and actions to build closer, more secure relationships
For parents of children of all ages.
Build awareness of your thoughts, words, and actions to foster closer, more secure relationships.
All parents experience moments of anger and frustration from the daily pressures of raising a family. While it's only human to lose our cool sometimes, expressing extreme anger is not healthy or productive. Finding calm in moments of frustration keeps us grounded and models appropriate ways to deal with anger.
Join us to:
- explore the purpose of anger
- understand what's behind your anger
- learn a 4-step process to manage angry moments
Your enrollment includes access to the video recording, an audio version that you can listen to podcast-style, and handouts.
***Note: PEP is unable to provide Certificates of Completion for participating in this webinar.
Pascale is a Certified Parent Educator with the Parent Encouragement Program. She became a widow and single parent when her two daughters were 10 and 12. Pascale has been teaching and developing PEP's parenting classes for close to 20 years.
As Pascale made her way through PEP classes, she learned about the psychology of Alfred Adler, which forms the bedrock of PEP's positive parenting curriculum. She became The Challenge Coach, a life and business coach, in 2005 and uses Adlerian tools in her individual and corporate coaching. In addition to being an Adlerian, Pascale is French, German, and American, and works fluently in all four languages.
"... approaching this subject was a great balance of both concern and lightness, the instructor also brought a realistic approach to the topic, (i.e., yes, we're going to have meltdowns and, we're working to reduce them.)"
--Participant, PEP Online