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We see hundreds of people each year where anger has played a destructive role. For many of our clients, anger has led people to things that have damaged their relationships with others and left them feeling awful.
Despite the negative experiences that many people have with anger, we believe that anger can also be constructive and lead to insight.We recognise that it takes a lot of courage to make that first phone call and to walk into the room to seek help. We know that those who bring motivation — put in the effort — and commit to creating change, experience life-changing results. We have seen it thousands of times. We are grateful for the opportunity to witness such change and to hear the impact not just on our clients, but also on those they care most about.
We recognise that it takes a lot of courage to make that first phone call to seek help. We encourage you to take charge of what you do with your anger: call/text/email us today because the time to do something about this is now.
For men, text: 604-723-5134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can try calling, but have some patience while we are in Ecuador, it takes a while for the calls to get through, but they do…or text or e-mail. Thank you! Back January 5, and Alejandra will be back January 13.
For women, text: 778-322-3329 or email email@example.com
We have two counsellors seeing clients and running groups while we are on a working holiday, so if you want to start sessions soon, no problem, we have our long time counsellors available now!
Men and women attend our programs because they have realised that their reaction to anger is costing them in their personal and/or professional relationships. After an angry outburst they, and often the people around them, are left feeling confused, embarrassed, frightened, and sometimes even hurt, emotionally and/or physically. Those who attend our courses tend to be those who care so much about those around them that they are willing to take this step.
At Moose Anger Management, founded by Alistair Moes (pronounced ‘moose’), anger is not seen as inherently bad. Alistair and his partner Alejandra Proaño have found that anger is far more complex than most people imagine and, in fact, can often lead toward constructive behaviour. Click to read more about what we do.
While here at our website please feel free to learn more about us and ways to work constructively with this complex emotion. You can contact us at any time if you have questions about our work or any of our programs. Also, follow us on Twitter.
We have a team of counsellors who offer couple, family, and individual counselling for both adult men and women, and teenagers. The individual sessions are flexible and can be more responsive to your specific situation, making time for you to explore your needs, face your challenges, make the most of your resources, and learn new ways of relating to anger, to yourself and to the people in your life.
Our groups offer you the chance of learning alongside others who, like you, care enough to change what they do with their anger. The group also provides a very supportive environment where people are treated with respect and understanding that facilitates the transformation of anger into something constructive.
Video: Alistair Moes explaining the Arousal Cycle, videoed during a Men’s Anger Management Group in Vancouver
Our Men’s groups run 15 times per year.
Find out more about our group counselling sessions
The next groups for men start: Wednesday January 10 in Burnaby, and Tuesday January 23 in Vancouver. The cost is $400, plus tax, book included (a sliding scale is available for those on IA or disability).
The Burnaby sessions for men are held at: the intersection of Royal Oak & Sanders St. in Burnaby. Please read the full directions on the Contact Us page of the website – the address will take you to the wrong spot. The Downtown address is: #204 – 402 West Pender (at Homer).
Check out the map on the Contact Us page for clear directions
We run 7 – 8 women’s groups per year.,
The next group for women will start on Thursday January 18, Downtown Vancouver. The cost is $400 plus GST, book included.
The group will meet on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30pm over six weeks in Vancouver. Sessions for women are held at our downtown office: #204 – 402 West Pender (at Homer).