Rage and Understanding Anger

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When you’re angry, do you start name-calling? Do you get angry when someone wants you to open up and share your feelings? Do you lack patience? Are your family members or kids afraid to talk to you? Does anyone know you are afraid of your own anger? Do you  have black-out episodes of anger?

No one wants to admit they get angry, especially when it gets out of control and frightens the ones we love.

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, it may be time to consider anger/rage understanding therapy.

Managing rage and anger has proven to be effective for the following types of individuals:

  • Violent offenders
  • People who display bullying behaviors
  • People affected by behavioral changes associated with traumatic brain injury
  • People who experience behavioral changes associated with post-traumatic stress
  • People experiencing substance dependency or undergoing recovery
  • People with cognitive or mental health issues that make it difficult to control anger

Rage and anger issues aren’t uncommon and the first step towards change is recognizing it as an aspect of your behavior even if it's intermittent. Learning to stop isn’t as simple as some may think, but together we can come up with a game plan tailored exclusively to you.

If you are experiencing anger or rage issues, contact me today for a free consultation.