This paper reports on the development and running of an anger management service that has been provided in Southampton for the past decade. It discusses some of the challenges that the service has had to face, (including over-popularity with referrers and high attrition rates) and describes the model that is used. The paper also examines the outcome of one particular therapeutic group. The results of this evaluation show that those who drop out of the group have higher initial depression and poorer self-esteem compared to those who remain in the group. In addition, those who complete the anger management group show improvements in anger control and have improved self-esteem. The paper concludes with practice recommendations.