Anger Management

angry management counseling

  1. Do you get into verbal arguments very often?
  2. Do you throw tantrums all the time?
  3. Do you often sulk or feel responsible for things not happening as you wish?
  4. Do you get depressed when things don’t happen your way?
  5. Do you get provoked quickly?
  6. Do you have aggressive behavior?
  7. Do you feel threatened by others?
  8. Do you have inappropriate displays of anger?
  9. Do you feel everyone around is afraid of you or avoiding you?
  10. Do you have frequent outbursts of anger?
  11. Do you feel you have been subjected to injustice?
  12. Do you feel you have been humiliated?

Would you like to..

  • Be a loving and kind person?
  • Be loved by everyone around you?
  • Be calm and peaceful?
  • Slow your reaction to anger?
  • Have control over your situation?
  • Have control over your reaction to people’s behavior towards you?
  • Find relief from lashing out at others?

What I Can Offer:

  • I can help you identify stressors.
  • Teach you steps to help you stay calm.
  • Help you handle tense situations in a constructive and positive way.
  • Help you reduce the emotional and physical arousal that anger can cause.
  • Help you learn to control reactions and respond in a socially appropriate manner.
  • Offer counseling for relationship issues, parenting and teenage issues.
  • Offer counseling for anger arising out of behavioral changes associated with Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder, People experiencing Substance abuse or undergoing recovery.

My services include:

  • Anger management therapy providing a clear set of recovery guidelines.
  • Providing controlled platform for the release of the negative emotions and aiming to achieve constructive responses, rather than destructive ones.
  • Making oneself aware of the triggering point of anger and emotions.
  • Helping in gaining insight into how the body responds to past and future events.
  • Addressing other concerns like depression, anxiety or other mental health issues.
  • Therapies to reduce stress.
  • Techniques to develop healthy ways for people to express anger and frustration.

Some techniques offered in anger management therapy include:

  • Impulse control
  • Self-awareness
  • Meditation
  • Frustration management
  • Mindfulness
  • Relaxation strategies

My sessions include homework assignments and exercises to strengthen the techniques learned in therapy. They also allow the person in therapy to practice their new skills in real-life situations.

  • Customized sessions for your specific symptoms and diagnosis.
  • Therapy may be used alone or combined with complimentary therapies.
  • Therapy may be conducted individually, or it may take place in a group of people with similar problems. You can choose accordingly.

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