MAKE ANGER YOUR ALLY
Anger can feel like an unsafe stranger or that friend who gets you to do crazy things you regret the next day. There's a third way... transform your anger to be your ally.
Get Power Back
6-week rite of passage for transforming men's anger and upping emotional intelligence
Interactive & engaging, not just a lecture
Small group led by Jessica Lacy, which means personalized, professional attention
Conveniently located online for worldwide access
Reflective work between sessions
OVER 6 WEEKS YOU WILL
Engage your anger in embodied ways as a pathway to authenticity, motivation, assertiveness & advocacy.
Take inventory of your anger paradigm- why you believe what you do about anger and how to change it.
Gain tools to navigate conflict so everyone wins.
Embrace and transform your anger from being destructive or inaccessible to constructive.
Explore using your anger for the service of others.
What you're getting
Six, 90 minute small group Zoom sessions with up to six men
Personalized, experienced coaching from Jessica Lacy
Guidance through expertly designed hero's journey curriculum
Reflective pre and post work between sessions to integrate concepts into daily life and relationships
Mutual agreements for confidentiality to increase full participation
50% engaging exercises, 35% processing, 15% instruction
Transform anger into your ally
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I was able to deconstruct then reconstruct a new framework for anger that allowed me to integrate it into my life as a tool.
The value of knowing a new facet of myself and simultaneously gaining a new power source to go through life, has been immeasurable. I wish someone could have offered me this opportunity before I embarked on adulthood.
I would highly suggest thinking about everything you think you know regarding anger, and challenge you that there may be more to learn.
People commonly experience anger as a complicated emotion. It’s easy to burn too hot and explode or it can feel elusive and taboo.
But here’s the thing: Anger is normal. Sacred actually. And if people do not treat it like this, anger can come out in unexpected and unhelpful ways or get bottled up as you shrink back from life.
However, when anger is normalized and integrated into our system in a healthy way, you find that anger is a gift that helps you be confident, motivated, assertive, truthful, and an advocate for others.
A healthy relationship with anger can completely transform your relational intimacy and professional effectiveness.
Who wouldn’t want that?