Psychologists Sydney / Anger Management

Our Anger Management Courses are back!

We are pleased to announce that our Anger Management Group Program is back. Our next course starts on Monday 4 April 2022, and runs for 12 sessions across 6 weeks. Classes are conveniently located in the Inner City suburb of Redfern.

Anger management services are still being provided on a one-to-one basis as usual.

We can book you in for individual anger management counselling online by Video call, or in person. Contact our office for more information about the service most suited to your needs.


counselling for problems with anger

Anger management

If you often feel agitated, angry or aggressive, or shut-down' while seething with anger on the inside, you may be suffering from an anger problem.

We run anger management groups and offer one-on-one anger management counselling at over 20 offices across Sydney, as well as anger management courses.

Our specialised counsellors and psychologists near you, can provide you with the tools to constructively deal with your anger. We can help you understand and get a hold of your anger, calm down, and express your anger in positive and productive ways. Counselling teaches you to make your needs clear and get what you want without staying angry and without hurting others.

Associated Counsellors & Psychologists Sydney's associates are trained to help you work through your anger issues. For Sydney bookings with one of our qualified counsellors or psychologists, contact us on between 8am and 6pm. We welcome your enquiry.

We all feel angry sometimes. It’s what you do with your anger and how you control those angry feelings, that is important if you wish to lead a balanced and fulfilling life.


  • How to know if you have anger issues?

    You may have anger issues if you:

    • Feel angry always or the majority of the time.
    • Struggle to control your anger when it arises.
    • Feel like your anger is out of your control.
    • When you’re angry, you act in ways you regret or are ashamed of later.
    • When you’re angry, you say things you regret or are ashamed of later.
    • Find yourself becoming angry over inconsequential or trivial things.
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