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We assign the best counselors experienced in anger issues based on your needs.
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Our online sessions are 90% less expensive than in-person therapy, available 24/7.
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We offer ongoing anger support through self-care tools, anger help videos, chat groups, meditations, breathing exercises, and other resources.
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How it works?
You are matched with an Anger Counsellor based on your needs and preferences. You get a secure “therapy room” where you can communicate with your counselor via chat or phone. You can write or talk about anger & ask questions to deal with anger.
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Simply complete a 5-minute online form to tell us about your anger issues
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We connect you with Anger counselors who are available 24/7 based on your preferences and needs.
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Apart from Video/chat sessions, our app offers self-care tools, videos, and meditations to help you deal with your anger.
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Positive conversations, exercises, and meditations are used by TherapyMantra psychologists to help you deal with anger. Our Anger Therapists outperform traditional counseling as you get matched from a pool of 500+ Anger Counsellors, who offer 24/7 unrestricted private chat.
What is Anger?
Anger is the most common of all emotions, with its roots in our brain. At times, anger can overwhelm us and lead to irreversible consequences on interpersonal relationships. This is one of the things that makes anger different from other emotions, especially when it becomes chronic.
Anger can be recognized by some physical symptoms such as a reddish face, pounding heart, or headache. It is linked to stress and health problems like high blood pressure or coronary diseases.
When someone becomes angry, there is an instinctive tendency to engage in aggressive behavior. However, this reaction could be prevented by applying immediate cognitive techniques. Moreover, there are many different ways to deal with anger. It is important to find the one that works for you and to use it every time you feel yourself getting angry.
Types of Anger
Anger can be classified into several types.
Types Of Anger:
This type of anger is usually caused by circumstances that have been repeated in the past. This might be something that someone has said or done to you in the past and it continues to bother you even now. It might also be an event that you have no control over.
This type of anger is usually caused by something which is happening in the present moment. It might be something that someone has said or done to you which has resulted in an immediate reaction.
This type of anger is usually caused by a situation where you feel that you need to take some form of action. It might be that someone has wronged you and you need to take steps to deal with the situation. This type of anger can often lead to positive outcomes.
This type of anger is usually caused by something which the individual might have the power to change. It is justified anger. It is anger that is used as a tool to achieve a goal. This type of anger is usually caused by something which the individual might have the power to change. It is justified anger. It is anger that is used as a tool to achieve a goal.
Treatment options for Anger
Anger and aggression can be treated with anger management techniques. There are many methods to learn how to control your anger, such as better stress management, deep breathing exercises, meditation, and relaxation techniques. These simple techniques might help you reduce the frequency and intensity of angry outbursts or aggressive behavior.
Stress Management Techniques
There are several simple steps you can take to manage anger and stress. Keep a journal that tracks what’s going on right before your feelings of anger or aggression arise. This may help you identify triggers for feeling angry. Learn how to relax — such as through meditation, yoga, massage, or deep breathing exercises. Learn how to manage your time more effectively. Getting enough sleep. Eating healthy meals and exercising regularly.
Deep Breathing Exercises
Deep breathing exercises are a simple way to quickly relax your body, slow your heart rate, and improve your mood. Whenever you find yourself taken over by an outburst of anger, simply breathe in and breathe out. Repeat it a few more times.
Meditation is a way to focus your mind and calm your thoughts. It can be done in a variety of ways, including sitting with your eyes closed, focusing on your breath, or repeating a mantra (a word or phrase that you focus on).
Medications can also be prescribed to help people who have problems with anger and aggression. Antidepressants, mood stabilizers, and anti-anxiety medications might be prescribed if it is determined that another mental health condition is present as well.
How can therapy help with Anger?
Therapy can help individuals learn how to cope with their anger healthily. This may involve learning about the different types of anger, and the emotions that are typically associated with it. Learning examples of how anger may be helpful, and when it can lead to negative consequences can help an individual with their anger.
Therapy will also teach individuals about the connection between thoughts, feelings, physical sensations, and behavior. This means that changing their thinking can lead to changes in behavior or physical responses. Therefore if someone thinks that they are worthless every time they become angry, therapy can help them to reframe this thought so that they do not act out their anger.
Therapists may also provide coping mechanisms for dealing with stressful situations. If anger is frequently expressed in an uncontrolled or destructive manner, therapy can help to teach individuals how to communicate their feelings constructively.
Therapy options for Anger
Several different therapies can be helpful for anger management.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT focuses on identifying and challenging unhelpful thoughts and beliefs that may be contributing to anger. The therapist will help you to develop coping strategies to deal with your anger more effectively.
This type of therapy focuses on changing the behaviors that contribute to anger, such as aggressive or violent behavior. It can help to teach new skills for dealing with difficult situations and managing anger.
Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
This therapy helps you to deal with difficult relationships that are contributing to anger. By improving communication and problem-solving skills, IPT may help you learn how to resolve conflicts in your close relationships.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a type of therapy that focuses on balancing the need for change with acceptance. It can be helpful for people who have difficulty managing their anger, as well as other intense emotions.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
ACT is a type of therapy that aims to teach skills for living with acceptance and “mindfulness” to manage intense emotions.
How to find an Anger Therapist?
TherapyMantra can help you find an Anger Therapist near you. We have over 500+ therapists listed on our therapist directory. You can follow the following steps to find a good anger therapist:
- First, ask your family doctor or anyone else you are seeing for a referral for an Anger Therapist.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is ask your friends and loved ones for referrals.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is look online. Many websites help people find therapists in their area who can treat things like Anger.
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Psychological therapies are thought to be the most effective for anger. Examples of psychological therapies include cognitive therapy, behavior therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Although there is not enough evidence to prove that one psychological treatment is more effective than another, DBT has been used most often in research involving anger management.
Yes, counseling psychologists provide treatment for anger. Counseling psychology is a specialty within the field of psychology that applies psychological science to promote mental health, reduce mental illness, and enhance the quality of life. Counseling psychologists carry out research studies that test different methods of psychological treatments to determine which are most effective in treating specific problems such as anger.
Anger has both positive and negative effects on us. Anger can motivate us to improve our lives, for example by prompting us to stand up for what we believe in or protecting those closest to us. However, anger can also have harmful effects on our health and relationships with others if left uncontrolled.
The three main causes of anger are feeling threatened, experiencing a loss, and the belief that one has been treated unfairly. Anger is an emotional response to these feelings or situations.
The most common treatments for anger are psychological therapies, such as cognitive therapy, behavior therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Other treatments include medication and self-help strategies.
When anger is expressed in an uncontrolled or destructive way, it can have harmful effects on our health and relationships. Examples of uncontrolled or destructive anger include road rage, domestic violence, and verbal abuse.