Time of Event:

Thursday, September 10 2020 at 10:00


R U OK? Day - Stress and Anger Management.

There are numerous causes of stress in our lives; many of which unfortunately cannot be avoided. The goal is to learn to reduce the amount of stress in your life while at the same time increasing your ability to manage it when those unavoidable situations occur.

This stress management webinar provides you with an insight into the techniques to manage your stress including how to implement specific relaxation techniques, identifying and avoiding stressful situations, coping with setbacks, accepting and coping with stress in certain situations and altering circumstances to minimise the effect stress has on you. Effective stress management will lead to better health and greater productivity.

If you've ever struggled with anger, you are probably familiar with the feeling of regret that follows an outburst. You promise yourself: "I'll never let that happen again." But then, it happens again. And again. Anger takes away our ability to think rationally. After your anger fades, you regain the ability to think clearly, and you regret what your angry self said or did.

​​​​But here's the thing - anger isn't always a bad thing. When controlled, anger helps us. Anger drives us to make changes to situations that are bad, it pushes us to stand up for our rights, and it protects us if our lives are threatened. The problem isn't having anger, it's having too much anger, and expressing it in an ineffective way.

​​​​​​​Anger management teaches us to deal with our anger in a healthy way.


  • Stress Management

    - Stress & stressors
    - Symptoms of stress
    - Stress management tips

  • Anger Management

    - What is anger?
    - Anger cycle
    - Anger thermometer
    - Anger management tips

Alex Caterjian

Principal Psychologist - Head of Clinical Services Drake WorkWise


Alex is a highly experienced Senior Clinical Psychologist. Having worked in clinical practice for the past 15 years in a range of contexts including state and federal government departments and agencies, and private practice. Alex has had experience working with individuals with severe debilitating and chronic psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorders, to those individuals who are described as the worried-well including mood disturbances such as depression, anxiety and phobias, trauma, obsessions, and relationships.

Alex areas of expertise include sexuality and men’s issues as well as weight related matters, where he is currently focusing on research relating to weight and health management and psychological levels of distress and weight maintenance.

Alex provides assistance to his clients through a range of different modalities, with an approach which focuses on the best mode of support for his client; an integrated approach which utilises a solution-focused brief therapeutic modality within a cognitive behavioural theory framework. This ensures that therapeutic rapport is maintained and treatment outcomes are optimal.