How can this course benefit you?

Learn to manage anger, instead of it managing you

  • Gain greater understanding

    Why are some people able to manage their anger really well, while others seem to lose it more often? This course uncovers the fundamental reason for anger, why we need it, and how to manage it better.

  • Strengthen mental fitness

    Do you have angry thoughts all the time, or lash out too much at those you love? Or do you feel bad about the things you've done, and now it's affecting how you feel about yourself? This course will enhance your emotional wellbeing, increase your self-esteem, and improve your self-perception.

  • Communicate effectively

    Do you find it hard to get your point across and end up shouting at others? Or do you struggle to put into words what you want to say? This course will equip you to communicate effectively, so you can get your point across without upsetting everyone.

Pacify your anger

About this course

Pacifying Anger Online Course is a complete anger management programme consisting of 6 modules that teach lessons, effective strategies, and tools to individuals who want to learn more about why they get angry and how to manage it better. During, and by the end of this course, you will begin to appreciate your anger, gain essential communication skills and express yourself more assertively. This is a self-led course with modules that can be completed online and at your own pace.

Course syllabus

  • 3

    What actually is anger?

    • Introduction

    • Part 1: Your basic human rights

    • Part 2: Test your current anger level

    • Part 3: EXERCISE Goal Setting (What you hope to achieve)

    • Part 4: Understanding the language of emotions

    • Part 5: What anger is and what anger isn't

    • Part 6: Why do we have anger?

    • Part 7: Getting into the FLOW of anger

    • Part 8: EXERCISE Breathing in the FLOW of anger

    • Part 9: Creating an Anger Management Tool Box

  • 4

    Why do we get angry?

    • Introduction

    • Part 1: What makes you angry?

    • Part 2: What happens when anger is triggered?

    • Part 3: EXERCISE Your anger diagram

    • Part 4: Mapping your anger

    • Part 5: Exploring the Shadow part of your anger

    • Part 6: Identifying anger projections

    • Part 7: Anger Management Tool Box

  • 5

    When do we get angry?

    • Introduction

    • Part 1: Recognising your anger patterns and cycles

    • Part 2: Anger in the body

    • Part 3: Recognising your internal angry warning signs

    • Part 4: EXERCISE Body scan meditation

    • Part 5: EXERCISE Self-regulation (Mindfulness)

    • Part 6: EXERCISE Self-regulation (5-Senses)

    • Part 7: EXERCISE Self-regulation (Bubble Breathing)

    • Part 8: Anger management tool box

    • Module assessment - Self-reflection

  • 6

    Releasing anger healthily

    • Introduction (preparing to change)

    • Part 1: Hidden thoughts and feelings

    • Part 2: Meeting your primary needs

    • Part 3: The significance of core beliefs

    • Part 4: The shame of anger

    • Part 5: EXERCISE Looking for hidden feelings

    • Part 6: EXERCISE Self-compassion

  • 7

    Responsible angry attitude

    • Introduction

    • Part 1: Making choices and power struggles

    • Part 2: Why don't we value each other?

    • Part 3: Thinking about alternative choices

    • Part 4: Control dramas within the five anger styles

    • Part 5: Overcoming power struggles within relationships

    • Part 6: How to gain a positive consequence?

    • Part 7: How to protect yourself?

    • Part 8: Anger management toolbox

    • Module assessment

  • 8

    Responding to anger assertively

    • Introduction

    • Part 1: Exploring different types of conflict

    • Part 2: Identifying your communication style

    • Part 3: How to manage other people's opinions

    • Part 4: Taking ownership of your anger

    • Part 5: How to communicate assertively?

    • Part 6: EXERCISE Turning toward your anger

    • Part 7: Anger management toolbox

    • Module assessment

Course developer

Tanya Heasley FRSA

This course has been developed by Tanya Heasley; a Coaching Psychologist specialising in anger management and positive psychology coaching. She is also a Positive Anger Coach and has over 20 years' worth of experience in helping people to cultivate positive anger so that they can use it to flourish and thrive in all areas of their life.

She is currently studying for a Ph.D. in the psychological perspectives of anger and has included part of her research within this course. 

In her private practice, Tanya guides her clients to activate their authentic self, cultivate assertive communication, and develop self-confidence so that they can flourish and thrive in all areas of their life. What makes her distinctive and different in this work is her ability to identify and liberate the hidden blockages within her client’s psyche. Her intuitive, empathetic, and direct approach empowers her clients to become the best version of themselves. 

She is also an award-winning entrepreneur, author, speaker, and mum to four children.