Thank you for your interest in our Women's Anger Management service. 

The 8-week course is free and available to adults over 18, living in Sheffield, who have a Sheffield GP.

The 2023 course dates are as follows:

Starts

Ends

 Day

Time

 Venue

26th September

14th November

Tuesdays

10.00-13.00

Sheffield Mind, Wellbeing Centre, 110 Sharrow Lane

2024

 

9 January

5 March 

12th-16th Feb

break for half term

Tuesdays

10.00 – 13.00

Sheffield Mind, Wellbeing Centre, 110 Sharrow Lane

Our Anger Management team is small and because of this we don't have the capacity to answer phone queries and primarily communicate by email.

To make a referral using our online form, click Here 

The feedback we have had from clients who have completed the course has been incredibly positive and many have claimed that the sessions and the tools and techniques they have learned have been life changing.

Click on the image to read how one service user overcame her reluctance to participate in a group and even began to look forward to the sessions, as she began to understand more about the feelings she was having and what she could do to manage them more effectively.

You can also read what the course coordinator, Dovile, has to say about anger, here: 

If you would like to know more about the course, see below:

Sheffield Mind Anger Management Courses 

The courses are for women who struggle to manage and contain anger and will help them learn how to express their feelings more effectively and build resilience so they're more able to cope with stressful situations.

People accessing the courses will need to demonstrate commitment to change and will be supported throughout, by two Sheffield Mind course facilitators.

In addition to getting an opportunity to learn about anger and understand what triggers an angry response, participants are given a safe space in which they can discuss in an open and honest manner, the issues/people or situations that cause them to lose control. Peer support is an important element of the course.

In order to be considered for the course, you are required to complete and return the online referral form which you can access via the above link. After we receive the referral form, we will ask you to attend an assessment interview, but please note that we are not able to work with people who are currently physically violent, or who would be aggressive in a group setting. 

Questions about the form or the course should be sent to the course facilitators at the following address [email protected] 

Our Partners

These courses have been made possible thanks to the South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Integrated Care System