Anger Management Assessment
Working with a therapist who specializes in anger management can help you learn to control your emotions, stopping your anger before it becomes an unstoppable force. Then you can learn to convert or redirect your feelings instead of acting out aggressively.
That’s not to say that you should stop feeling angry. The point of anger management therapy is to help you recognize your anger and express it appropriately.
During your sessions, you and your therapist explore situations and other anger triggers and discuss strategies and techniques to acknowledge your emotions and control the way you express them.
You may benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Both CBT and DBT teach you to control your behaviors with different techniques for dealing with painful or intrusive thoughts and challenging situations.
If your anger is getting the best of you and your personal and professional relationships are suffering, schedule an appointment today