Anger Management Counseling in San Francisco
We all feel angry from time to time; it’s a perfectly natural emotion. The question is, how do you express and channel that feeling … and how can anger management counseling help?
It’s generally impossible to avoid everyone and everything that triggers your intense feelings of anger. However, through anger management counseling, you can learn to control your reactions and respond in a calmer and more thought-out way.
How Does Anger Management Counseling Work?
Anger management counseling begins by exploring the roots of your anger. Often, the cause is intertwined with other strongly-felt emotions, such as rage, helplessness, sadness, frustration and feeling like a victim.
As we begin to identify your triggers, we will also develop coping techniques to help regulate and channel your anger in a healthy way.
At Well Clinic, these techniques may include mindfulness meditation, exercise and learning new communication skills.
Do I Need Anger Management Counseling?
Take a moment and see if you resonate with any of the below questions. If so, then anger management counseling may be for you.
- Does anger sometimes control you?
- Do you experience bouts of rage or fury?
- Are you prone to violence — including to your self?
- Do you sometimes bully others?
- Have you experienced a traumatic brain injury?
- Are you having trouble moving past a trauma?
- Have you been diagnosed with PTSD?
- Are you suffering from addiction?
If you’re still unsure, please contact us and request a free consultation. Our compassionate experts will be happy do discuss your specific issues and determine if anger therapy is right for you.
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