Anger, naturally, is a healthy emotion. It is a common response to frustrating or threatening experiences. In some cases, it can be a secondary response to sadness, loneliness, or fear (the emotion has been known to surface from nowhere and for no visible reason. nowhere. Where anger becomes unhealthy, it usually out of proportion in intensity to its trigger. However, it can arise out of proportion to its trigger. In these cases, the emotion can impede a person's decision-making, damage relationships, and otherwise cause harm. Learning to control anger can limit the emotional damage.
Anger is a common response to frustrating or threatening experiences. It can also be a secondary response to sadness, loneliness, or fear. In some cases, the emotion may seem to arise from nowhere. Feeling angry often and to an extreme degree can impact relationships and a person's psychological well-being and quality of life. Suppressing and storing up anger can also lead to "inappropriate, intense, or poorly controlled" anger.
We help individuals with anger management issues to 'catch' signs of oncoming anger and channel anger triggers positively. Remaining calm and 'in control' in the face of 'provocation' does not involve holding it in or avoiding associated feelings. We help develop skills to cope with anger bouts with patience and dedication. When anger begins to lead to violence and otherwise dangerous behavior, consultations with mental health professionals and attending anger management classes become most beneficial. The core skill sets we help you acquire includes:
a. Recognizing anger
b. Employing time and space to process the triggers
c. Applying learned management techniques
Our team of professional counselors and therapists will help you or your loved one to positively master anger episodes. Call us.