Friday Morning Session: Anger Management through Aroma Therapy Technique
A Friday Morning Session on Anger Management through Aroma Therapy Technique was held on 5 September 2014 at Auditorium WP1, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia. The talk was delivered by Puan Norazimah Ibrahim, a Psychology Officer from the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia.
In her talk, she highlighted the definition of aroma therapy; the differences between essential oils and perfumes; safety level of using essential oils and perfumes; anger management using essential oils; and how to make our own essential oil using natural resources.
The participants were also shown various types of essential oils that can be used as aroma therapy, such as Lavender, Green Tea, Sandalwood, Lemon and Rose. Every aroma could produce different effect, such as reducing stress, strengthen the mind and soothe the soul.
This session was attended by officers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia as well as four officers from IDFR; Mrs. Farah Dibah Abu Hanipah, Mrs. Azmah Mahmud, Ms. Nik Nazarina Nek Mohammed and Ms. Dzuita Mohamed.
Reported by: Dzuita Mohamed