Do you ever struggle to recognize the signs that you’re becoming angry? Is it hard to calm yourself down when interacting with others? Are you finding yourself in frequent arguments with others that could escalate to out-of-control behavior? Has anger or rage interfered with your relationships? If so, anger management counseling could be helpful for you.
With anger management therapy, you can…
- Pinpoint Your Anger Triggers and Learn How to Address Them
- Find the Underlying Cause of Anger Management Issues, Such as Past Trauma, Depression or Anxiety
- Learn How to Prevent and Minimize Anger Outbursts
- Reverse Negative Thought Patterns That Contribute to Anger
- Discover Proven Calming Strategies and Coping Mechanisms That Work for Your Lifestyle
Through anger management at CNLD Testing & Therapy, you or your child can learn to manage triggers for anger, identify situations that can set you off, learn specific skills to modulate your anger, recognize illogical thinking patterns that perpetuate anger, utilize relaxation and self-calming strategies, and improve communication skills so they are effective and assertive rather than aggressive and angry. If you are interested in anger management, please call 734-994-9466 to schedule an appointment.
How Does Anger Management Work?
Anger management counseling helps you or your child to identify triggers and the physical or emotional signs that occur as you begin to get angry. Recognizing and managing the signs is an important step to controlling your anger. Everyone has different reasons for becoming angry. At CNLD Testing & Therapy, we will work with you or your child to identify the stressors or triggers that are particular to you (e.g., frustration with a partner/child/parent, problems with peers or a co-worker, past trauma, financial stress).
Anger management can also help you recognize the physical signs that your anger is rising, such as a racing pulse, poor sleeping, or jaw clenching. If you can identify when an outburst is coming, you can take control of it and use your coping mechanisms to minimize it.
Therapy is a personalized process that is unique to each individual. Our goal in anger management counseling is to give you the tools you need to improve your quality of life. We offer individual therapy, couples therapy and family therapy, along with psychological testing services.