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Anger management – the effective way

Feeling angry is a natural human response to certain life experiences, and it occurs at times when we feel under attack, perceived or not, feel deceived, insulted or frustrated. Anger can help to relieve built-up energy and tension. But in some cases our anger can become excessive and can significantly impact our quality of life – affecting careers, relationships and overall well-being.

Sometimes anger problems can be due to poor management of our emotions and in some cases it may be a symptom of more complex issues such as mental health problems. Anger, like all emotions, involves physiological and chemical changes in the body – affecting heart rate and adrenaline levels. For some people these surges can become addictive and destructive. There is a fine line between acknowledging anger and venting it until it’s out of control.

Working with an All About People counsellor in a safe and confidential environment can help you to learn how to control your anger more effectively and lessen the impact that your anger problems are having on your life and the lives of those around you.

Using a variety of techniques for anger management, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), our range of services can help you to:

  • Identify the triggers that make you angry
  • Change the way you respond to these triggers
  • Teach you skills to effectively handle anger triggers and keep you calm when you feel anger surging
  • Learn new ways to transform unhealthy anger into healthy anger in order to motivate you to solve problems and find solutions
  • Learn how to communicate effectively in order to defuse anger and resolve conflict quickly and reasonably

Click here for more information about our range of counselling and therapies for helping you to manage your anger.

 

 

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