Through a very personal case study, this presentation will explore how as professionals we help people find their voice, when threatened and powerless. It will explore the positives and negative behavioural patterns that mask anger and how if left untreated has the potential to trigger trauma response. We will discuss early behavioural issues that act as red flags for perceived threats and how these threats can be passed on generationally and culturally. It will also explore anger as a more global social pandemic. We will see how anger is spreading across mediums such as social media and investigate the psychological impact fear inducing headlines can have on us. We will also learn how the media manipulates our anger and how, in this age of increasing ego-vulnerability, we perceive threats everywhere - some which are real, and others which are made up. Anger then becomes the shield with which we protect and arm ourselves.

Learning Objectives

  1. Delegates will learn strategies and skills for managing anger.
  2. Attendees will learn where we can implement personal strategies, to find their positive power.
  3. Attendees will gain a better understanding of media manipulation and how to distinguish between the truth and the lies.

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