Anger can burn, or anger can illuminate

Despite the negative experiences that many people have with anger, we know that it can also be constructive and lead to insight. We recognize that it takes a lot of courage to seek help, but those who bring motivation, put in the effort, and commit to creating change, experience life-changing results. Our highly skilled team of therapists have seen it thousands of times! Make the call or text us to get started today: 604-723-5134

Take charge of what you do with your anger.

The book “Lose Your Temper: A Conscious Exploration of Anger” can help you take control of your anger so it doesn’t control.

It will help you understand your anger and other people’s anger, and give you tools to manage it. These tools have helped thousands of people in our Anger Management programs and counselling sessions.

Join our Life-Changing Men’s Anger Management Group

Group counselling provides a supportive environment where people are treated with respect and dignity, along with the opportunity to transform anger and anxiety into maturity and growth. Participants will expand their understanding of themselves and deepen their ability to work with the challenges they face.

Work in person or online with one of our Highly Skilled Therapists

We have a team of counsellors who offer couples, family, and individual counselling for men, women, and teenagers. These sessions are flexible and can be more responsive to your specific situation, making time for you to explore your needs including healthy and healing ways of relating to anger, anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, divorce, parenting, and much more.

Is Your Partner’s Angry Behavior Affecting Your Relationship?

The best results we see are when both partners explore how their anger moves within the relationship. This happens when both partners attend groups and do their own work. If you want to support your relationship, join one of our Healing Anger Groups for Women and explore how anger is impacting your relationship from both sides.

Videos & Articles

HR Inside Out – Guest Alistair Moes on Anger Management

The pain, sadness, hurt, fear, anxiety, shame, and often trauma, are what leads someone to react disproportionately to events. It is only when this is examined, with compassion and deep respect, that a person can alter their response to the triggers in their life and learn to relate to the emotional reactions that have led […]

Video series for Champions Cinema – Mental Wellness – Alejandra Proaño from Healing Anger

It was a pleasure working with Champions Cinema and Frog Systems, based in the U.K. We worked on a 10 part mini series answering some questions about anger. Can anger be managed or is there a cure? Why do women often feel like they have to conceal their anger?, and What leads women in particular […]

Exploring Anger For Dads, with Dad Work

In this episode we go deep talking about how anger can serve us, how to become more intentional and less reactive, the physiological consequences of anger, and much more.   To listen to the podcast episode click here.

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Jun Lai Zhang
Virtual counselling is helpful.
M Connell
Alejandra is a wise, compassionate and professional therapist who truly “gets it”. She has a unique approach to helping one work through trauma and is highly skilled and very knowledgeable. Thank you Alejandra for all the excellent work you do.
Tanzir Alam
It has been a tremendous journey with Moose Anger Management. I had the opportunity to explore and learn greatly about myself and was introduced to tools that I can carry forward in my journey. It had helped me understand vital aspects about life that I gathered from the experiences others and be able to share my own. Thank you Moose Anger Management and group members!
ken wong
Very powerful and useful to learn.
Aspen Lucia
I took a 6 week group anger management course led by Alistair and Jeff. It was great. The course content was meaningful and felt accurate; universal in its presentation but highly relatable. But what's more is I felt called into integrity by councilors rather than called out. Following the course I noticeably increased in my self-awareness (surrounding anger and other emotions as well) and consequently in my capacity to self-regulate. I'd highly recommend Moose to anyone looking for a non-judgmental opportunity to gain more tools to relate to their emotional world.
JP Mulcaster
I really had no idea what I was getting into, but after the first class I realized everyone else was just a regular guy going through similar issues. Didn't take long for me to feel comfortable and open up a little. I must say I did learn a lot of tools, and oddly enough I'll miss our Wednesday night classes with the guys led by Alistair.
Mark Graham
As a first timer for something like this I was nervous but my worries were completely unfounded. You will not regret taking this course! Thanks to all in my group. Bravo Alistair!
Great experience to be in sessions with Durwin I have had my eyes opened to see more clearly how important is to control my thoughts and actions in life thanks to those sessions I’m more then sure I will be different person. Thank you for being here for me and others like me Mitch
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