ANGER MANAGEMENT

Psychology Today notes that 2.7% of the general population have an anger management disorder.

Feeling angry is a normal part of being human. Sometimes though, anger can feel like it’s out of control and can cause you to do or say things that you don’t mean.

WAYS PEOPLE DEAL WITH ANGER

EXPRESSION: PEOPLE CAN EXPRESS ANGER IN A NUMBER OF WAYS RANGING FROM BEING ASSERTIVE IN A HEALTHY WAY TO ACTING OUT VIOLENT OR AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR

SUPPRESSION: WHEN PEOPLE PUSH DOWN THEIR ANGER OR IGNORE IT, THEY MAY BECOME PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE, CYNICAL, OR DIRECT ANGER INWARD LEADING TO HYPERTENSION, DEPRESSION, OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

CALMING: PEOPLE CAN ALSO USE TECHNIQUES TO CALM THEIR MINDS AND BODIES DOWN UNTIL THEIR ANGER SUBSIDES

treatment at care

HELPING YOU IDENTIFY YOUR TRIGGERS, OR WHAT MAKES YOU ANGRY

LEARNING HOW TO RECOGNIZE WHEN YOU’RE BECOMING ANGRY

LEARNING STRATEGIES TO CALM YOUR MIND AND BODY DOWN

LEARNING EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS