Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Supervisor

Francesca Raymont
Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Supervisor


Most of us are very familiar with anger and irritation. Anger is a perfectly normal and absolutely fundamental emotion. Anger takes many forms, from mild irritation to wild rage and all points in between. Anger affects us on a basic, physiological level: blood pressure and heart rate increase, muscles become tense and we feel ‘on edge’. Anger can have play havoc with your physical health, like making a person more susceptible to heart disease and strokes. Anger has the other devastating affect of destroying our relationships at home and at work.

Coming for counselling would enable a person who is experiencing anger to look at this emotion, to explore their relationship with anger, both currently and historically, to discover the triggers for their feelings of anger and to experiment with finding new solutions, tools and techniques for dealing with their anger.

Tel: 0784 113 1096

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