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Irate Women & Anger Programme

October 01, 2015 at 1:06 PM

Inner City Women are running an Irate Women and Anger programme in Henderson beginning on the 13th of October. The programme provides opportunities to gain an awareness and understanding of anger and learn skills to manage and deal with everyday situations in non-violent ways.

Please find attached a flyer and brochure of the programme to give you more information. The programme is run for eight weeks long and is available to the clients free of cost or by donation only.

Programme:       Irate- women and anger

Time:                    Tuesday, 10-12pm

Starting date:    13th October 2015

To enrol please ring us at 09 360 4933 or email


See attached flyer for more details

For more details about our other programmes available in Grey Lynn and Papatoetoe please access our website or ring us at 09 360 4933. For referrals, please use the form attached

Category: Community Notices