Anger Management

“Persistent Anger or angry outburst” can negatively impact our relationship with others and, subsequently, our quality of life. Anger is a normal human emotion; we all have it at certain moments in our life. However, when this happens very often, and you feel unable to regulate yourself, then it can become a big issue in your life.
Anger is telling you something that makes you uncomfortable, and you need to pay attention to that emotion.

Managing and Treating Anger

In therapy, you will review the triggers of your anger and what other feelings you might be having that might be coming out as anger. In the Session, you will learn techniques that will help you to manage anger and learn about the different types of communication.

In session, I will use mainly these four types of different therapeutic approaches:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): By using CBT, you will become more aware of cues, triggers, and maladaptive beliefs that are exacerbating your anger. When you become aware, you can change how you respond to situations.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): DBT is also widely considered one of the best therapies for anger management. DBT has components such as emotion regulation, mindfulness, and distress tolerance. You often react instead of responding because nobody has taught you how to regulate yourself. DBT approach helps you learn new techniques that will assist you in communicating better, make you more assertive, and help you maintain your self-respect.

Psychodynamic Therapy: This therapy can help you examine the psychological roots of your anger and your response to it. You will process past experiences that might be affecting you in the present. You can identify and correct unhealthy patterns.

Relaxation training: It will benefit from reducing the bodily tension often associated with emotional distress. In therapy, you will go over some relaxation techniques to help you relax your body and mind.


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Individual Therapy via Telehealth counseling available to people in Florida.

*NOTE: All counseling clients must be physically located in Florida.