Anger Management

Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. 
Anger management therapy helps you to manage your anger by identifying the triggers that set you off and teaches you how to cope with them in a more effective manner. The goal of anger management therapy is to help improve your self-control and learn to deal with situations in a less stressful manner. 

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what are some common symptoms of uncontrolled anger?

·       Anger/rage
·       Feeling constantly on edge/getting irritated 
·       High blood pressure
·       Feeling hot and sweaty
·       Throwing things
·       Attacking people
·       Shouting and arguing
·       Difficulty concentrating
·       Negative thoughts
·       Muscle tension
·       Tight chest
·       Depression
·       Anxiety
·       Digestive issues

Therapy For Anger Management

We provide both traditional counseling and Neurofeedback to treat anger management issues. Because anger can have severe negative effects on your life and the lives of others, it’s important to seek out treatment as soon as possible.

·       Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) –
CBT helps you to understand what triggers your anger, and change how you behave when angry, so that you are both calmer and more in control.

·       Family Therapy – In circumstances
where anger is directed at family members, family therapy works to help you come together in order to resolve issues and improve communication. 

·       Neurofeedback Therapy – This targets
the automatic responses in your brain that gradually retrains your brain and alters your brain pathways so that you can replace unhealthy patterns with healthier ones so that you can manage your anger in a productive manner.

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