Escaping from shell of aggression

BREAK FREE: Butterfish Services provide a range of Behaviour Interventions and Support Plans that can help a person battling repressed aggression.
BREAK FREE: Butterfish Services provide a range of Behaviour Interventions and Support Plans that can help a person battling repressed aggression.

Underlying and chronically repressed anger, irritability, and aggression can drive a person to behave in a self-destructive and violent manner.

Extreme behavioral changes can affect the quality of life of those having trouble coping with their emotions, putting them in the centre of arguments, physical abuse, assault and self-harm, wherever they go.

Butterfish Services provide a range of Behaviour Interventions and Support Plans that can help a person demonstrating violent behaviour better understand, battle and assess the consequences of their aggression.

"Our highly specialised and intensive support programs are designed to address your behavioral concerns and help you develop new behavioral skills that let you live comfortably amidst your peers, family and friends," CEO Don MacAskill said.

"Behaviour Support Plans enable us to get insights into a person's behaviour and outline sound, research-based and practical strategies for encouraging positive behavioral changes in him. Our specialised behaviour intervention therapists and behaviour support practitioners endeavour to determine possible causes and the types of behavior a person is experiencing.

"When it is diagnosed why a person is behaving in a certain manner, they list down the type of changes that must be made in their environment, and the kind of new skills they would learn to eliminate the need for that person to rely on their aggression, to have their needs met."

The experts at Butterfish Services break down your support plan into small, achievable tasks that encourage and increase positive behaviours, such as going out, getting dressed, socialising with others, and reducing contact with those who interfere with their learning.

"People suffering with emotional disorders or anger issues often benefit a lot from behaviour therapy programs, as they have been designed with a long-term goal in mind - changing a person's thinking and behavioral patterns to healthier ones," Mr MacAskill said.

"The support you receive helps you come out of your shell of aggression easily and effectively."

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