Anger happens. Anger is a normal and sometimes healthy response to negative events. But when uncontrollable anger begins to negatively impact your relationships, your job, or your quality of life, it’s probably time to get professional help, because if you could have controlled your anger, you would have figured it out on your own.
In my practice, I provide anger treatment for individuals battling persistent anger issues and negative feelings that may grow into unmanageable rage.
learn how to deal with your anger
Anger is rooted in frustration or fear, and there are other more healthy responses to those situations, which can be learned. Constant feelings of intense anger can have far-reaching consequences, including acts of aggression or violence, the destruction of important relationships, and an increased risk of health problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, and depression. If you or someone you care about can benefit from anger treatment, reach out to me to explore the options available. You owe it to yourself or to your loved one to get anger therapy, and get on to a healthier and more enjoyable quality of life.
You can learn to control anger before it destroys you and your relationships. Contact me today for your appointment and to find out more about treating your anger.