Anger Management And Anger Therapists

Anger Management

A loss of self-control can take the form of anger, hyperactivity and/or impulsiveness.   Those who struggle with self-control may create problems and difficulties for themselves as well as others.  In addition, it is not always easy to re-establish self-control without assistance.

These are 8-week Self-Control/Anger Management groups where participants will learn about their triggers, behaviors and strategies to manage emotions effectively in a comfortable setting.

8-Week Anger Management Group for Men 18+

Parenting the Out-of-Control Child/Teen

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A safe place to explore your emotions and behavior as well as be informed about:

> Where anger, hyperactive, and impulsivity come from

>  Positive ways to express emotions

>  Better ways to communicate

>  Accountability for your actions

>  Dangers/consequences of your behavior

Call (248) 244-8644 to sign up or for more information! 


NEW! Anger Management Group for Women!

>Designed for women 18+ who are looking to achieve emotional balance

>Learn to utilize problem solving techniques to obtain acceptable results

Please contact Group Leader: Karolyn Thompson, PhD, LPC

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(248) 244-8644

Manage and Channel Your Anger Towards Positivity

Anger is a healthy and normal emotion, of course, until you allow it to take over the reins of your social, personal, and professional life. However, keeping the persistent anger issues under control can be difficult for many individuals. Anger management counseling can greatly help any man or woman express their frustrations and start living a more peaceful and functioning life.

Your Health Concerns And Anger Management

There are numerous health concerns that are often associated with unresolved anger – from heart attack, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, flu, to problem with digestion. However, anger does not have to become a problem. Each one of us must control the limits of anger to refrain from causing turmoil in all aspects of our lives and we are responsible to do so. Though the process may initially feel intimidating for many, it often turns out to be an energizing and liberating experience in due course. You will be amazed at how physically great you can feel when seeking help through anger management counseling.

Dealing With The ‘Problem’ Of Anger

All of us have a physical reaction to the emotion of anger. Being aware about the physical signs of anger and taking the necessary steps to calm down are crucial to the process of anger management. You can employ the following tactics to harness your rage and deal with the issues that arise out of unmitigated anger:

  • Recognize the signs of anger– You are breathing quickly and your heart is beating faster to prepare you for action. Notice whether you are clenching fists or feeling tension in the shoulders. Immediately excuse yourself of this situation before you lose your control
  • Breathe slowly – Relax while you breathe out and take more time than you breathe in. This will help you think with more clarity and calm you down successfully.
  • Lifestyle modification to restrain your temper – Alcohol and drugs only contribute to the problem by lowering your inhibitions and allowing you to act unacceptably during the spells of anger. Regular relaxation and enough sleep are vital to keep you in good health and help you make rational decisions when the situation demands it. Also, regular exercise brings down general stress levels and helps you get rid of frequent irritation and resentment.

Getting Help With Anger Management

To deal with your anger, you can seek help from counseling or anger management programs. A professionally trained anger management therapist can help you find the solutions for your anger issues. The anger management program often involves one-to-one counseling as well as working in a small group. Consistent counseling and practice can come to your rescue and help you control anger in the long run.

Call (248) 244-8644 To Discover More