What is anger?

Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. However, it can be a problem if you find it difficult to keep it under control (NHS 2016). As young people transition through their teenage years, they can experience a range of emotions.  Anger is one of many of these emotions that at time can be justified but can also cause confusion and distress.  

Anger can manifest itself into:

- Aggression

- Shouting

- Loosing control

- Other forms of negative behaviour.  

There could be a range of reasons that underpin why a young person gets angry such as problems at home, school, unhappy thoughts or feelings, friendship breakdown, not feeling understood, not able to express oneself, confusion around sexuality or gender, experience of being bullied or abused.  It is important that anger problems are recognised so that support can be put in place to prevent further problems resulting from anger issues such as violence, self harm, addiction and other disorders (Young Minds 2016).

Anger Management Programme

 The Base 25 anger management programme is for children and young people but can be used for adults.  It is a structured programme that is tailored to meet the needs of the individual.  

Overall aim

 To improve the ability of young people to manage their anger

Specific aims

  • To increase self esteem
  • To increase self-confidence
  • To increase emotional resilience
  • To improve young people’s ability to make positive choices
  • To increase self awareness and sense of identity
  • To increase knowledge around resolving conflict

Areas of activity 

  • Offer structured work programmes 
  • Involve young people in setting their own goals 
  • Provide positive role models 
  • Provide opportunities for young people to talk
  • Provide one to one support 
  • Provide opportunities for young people to reflect on their decision-making



*Please note that  this is a fee paying service, please contact Base 25 for costs.


Anger Management Feb 2019 (leaflet).pdf

State your Case Feb 2019.pdf