Anger Management



Area’s support can be offered

Sandwell   Dudley   Wolverhampton   Central   Walsall

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Where is it?

Beckminster House,
Birches Barn Road,

Anthony – 07852 321149.



The Next program is due to commence Monday 12th February.
Each Program lasts for 4 weeks
3 Days a week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 11:00 – 16:30


Overview of Support offered

The Sweardown program is set to imbue the participants with confidence, we use the doctrine of the streets, where nothing and NO-ONE can stop you doing whatever it is you wish to, but we change the focus so it’s applied to work or education, so it’s used in a ‘positive’ manner rather than the destructive way it is currently being used.

The program aids the young person analyse themselves to find out who they are and what it is that drives them, we show them the negative aspects of their lives and what will be the outcome if they continue down this road,

The program is delivered in a setting that is more tolerant and understanding of disobedient, or, unruly behaviour, as we concentrate more on the cause of their anger, misbehaviour, lack of confidence rather than the results. To further this delivery style, it is lead by trainers that the youths have something in common with, e.g. people who have travelled the same road as themselves, and who have undergone a similar type of program that enabled them to change.

The program contains adult language, as Freud discovered that in every culture there are words which are considered taboo; words that are rarely spoken aloud, but, when they are used produce a dynamic transformation in the emotional responsiveness of the listener. This program uses this type of language to establish an atmosphere of honesty and emotional authenticity to trigger deeper emotions. This language is used strategically, according to the specific situation, to spark the participant to achieve a higher level of accountability to aid in their development.

Through their responses, worksheets and discussions, we will be in a better position to tailor the support they need to counter any issues that they may face in their everyday lives.


Is this activity linked to;

Increasing confidence   Increasing motivation   Increasing Optimism   Improving employability


Where does this support fit into my journey?

Engagement   This is me   I’m up for it   I’m ready   I’m on my way


Session type

Individual   Group
Minimum No. 1   Maximum No. 10


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Outcomes expected


    • Looking at the negative aspects of their lives, and, replacing these with empowering tools and skills
      to show them there are alternative ways to live.
    • Encouraging them to consider their actions and be aware of the consequences if their anger problems,
      lack of motivation or lack of confidence continues unchecked.
    • Encouraging confidential, open, honest discussions, both ways, in order to build rapport, to enable
      them to discuss, openly, aspects of their lives that may be hindering them in terms of growth. This will
      be done with team leaders who are trained to listen and respond accordingly.
    • Encouraging the young adults to think about their actions and to be more aware of the consequences as
      a result of negative behaviour and to build their confidence and self-esteem, by showing them what they
      have already achieved and that they can have a brighter future.