Everyone gets angry. Anger is a normal human emotion. However, anger can become a problem when it is uncontrolled. This looks different for everybody. For some, it can live silently under the surface, some people dwell and become fixated on the things that made them mad, and for others rage may be triggered by specific events causing an emotional blow up. Often people don’t recognize the depth of their anger until they are met with the long term consequences. This can include high blood pressure, increased risk of heart disease, and problems in relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.
You may need help with your anger if you experience your friends and family members distancing from you or telling you they think you have a problem, friction in the work place, you feel angry most of the time, and harboring thoughts of violence and aggression. We will examine root causes of your anger through self-reflection and beliefs, develop effective communication skills, and practical skill development to assist in dealing with anger. Anger issues is also often seen in those with PTSD, addictions, depression, and trauma.