When it comes to anger management issues and our problems with each other at home that escalate into a high and repeated conflict and when neither party can contain the conflict this could later lead to separation, divorce, social services, police and legal involvement and later a court order.
Many clients who come to Anger Management Central London come willingly for support and to improve or stop an ongoing conflict in the family. Some clients come because they were ordered the sessions by the Court. Regardless of the motivation for the referral the sessions are always the same: friendly, constructive, non-judgemental and solution focused. The difference between a voluntary self-referral for the anger therapy sessions and the sessions booked because of the anger management court order is that one can feel more angry, ashamed, resistant or afraid.
People who come for the anger therapy sessions by the court order often complain of feeling manipulated or wronged by their ex-spouses, falsely accused of domestic violence and dismissed. They feel angry because of ‘unfairly’ perceived imposed orders that prevent them from seeing their children for a long period of time or because of a limited and supervised contact with children in contact centres across London. Divorce and separation can be a hard life transition but loosing additionally a contact with children following a domestic violence leaves people destroyed and hopeless and struggling to adjust and cope. Regardless of the enormity of the issue Anger Management Central London strives to support clients and provide them with a relevant support during this difficult period of their lives and provide them with the anger management and conflict resolution techniques. It is advised that clients complete an absolute minimum of at least eight hours of the anger management sessions, during which causes of the anger will be explored, triggers identified, communication skills improved and all this should lead to an improved anger communication style.
At the end of the course of the sessions clients will be provided with a proof of attendance on request that could be presented to spouses, lawyers or the court as a proof of attendance. If you would like to read a review of our former client who completed anger management sessions by court order please read the following review and do not hesitate to text / call for a session: http://www.angermanagementcentrallondon.co.uk/2017/10/02/sep-2017-male-age-range-35-45-anger-management-court-order/