We live i n a chaotic world where instincts often misguide us and the quest to resolve confusion causes pain. Psychotherapy seeks understanding of self and how new life skills can be developed to guide one’s way.
Azure’s practice of psychotherapy is founded from a base of Sociometry, the study of interactions with self and others. A person often seeks psychotherapy with feelings needing repair. The healing of this feeling can best be reached by gaining awareness of influences that surround a person’’s world. The “seen” and the “unseen” must be given full vision. The cooperation of heart and mind adds knowledge of when healthy interaction with others is possible.
Acceptance of power to change launches the path of wellness. “It takes a long time to create a healthy self,” (Dr. Moreno, founder of Sociometry.)
A difficult history need not be an impediment to wellness It can hold promise as a catalyst of change bringing strength, wisom and skill, the tools of living well.
Successful anger management is not simply improved willpower, or the abbility to take one’s mind off feelings. It does not depend on resolving a conflict with another individual, nor does revenge give solutions. Twenty first century anger is a learned skill that adds advantage in the face of difficulty.
Anger Management counseling involves a series of meetings where skills are learned and reviewed. The number of sessions depends on the nature of the issues that need attention.
The skills of Fielding Anger give clear insight into success in facing anger expressed by others.
Fielding Anger, Field Guide and Tool Box
For Dealing with Angry Feelings
Azure Forte has developed innovative approaches to successful resolution of anger for over 25 years. Her work brought success to many individuals who were referred by the legal system as well as consultation for workplace conflict. Fielding Anger is a guide to use, more than a book to read, a personal tool. No two individuals will use it the same way, but the many who choose to field anger will include themselves in a new climate of fresh air for a living, breathing world. Fielding Anger was first published in April of 2014. A revised edition became available in September of 2019.