lthough anger, like guilt, fear, and joy, is a healthy emotion, the aggressive ways of expressing it are not conducive to healthy relationships or to a healthy self. Anger is neither good nor bad, positive nor negative, right nor wrong. However, aggression or hostility is negative and destructive.
The program incorporates evidence-based cognitive-behavioural techniques. Years of research clearly demonstrate that these techniques are an appropriate and successful model for people who struggle with their eating. With practice, participants learn to identify the emotions and thoughts that serve as triggers to eat and what to eat.