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Anger Management Therapy in Connecticut & Virtually

Is it normal to be angry?

We all have emotions, and anger is one of them. Sometimes people need extra support with unresolved anger and resentment that can cause bigger issues. We support clients on how to self-regulate and get to a place in which their mind and body can react in more healthy ways rather than being angry and reacting to a situation.

What is Anger Management?

Anger management is a process that helps individuals understand and control their emotions in a healthy way. It involves recognizing triggers, developing coping strategies, and learning effective communication skills. With the right tools and support, individuals can learn to manage their anger and improve their relationships with others.

Learning how to manage anger is an important life skill that can benefit individuals in many ways. Here are some additional points to consider:

  • Anger management techniques can be taught in individual or group therapy sessions.

  • Practicing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or yoga can help reduce feelings of anger and stress.

  • It’s important to identify and avoid triggers that can lead to feelings of anger, such as certain people, situations, or events.

  • Effective communication skills, such as active listening and assertiveness, can help individuals express their feelings without resorting to anger or aggression.

  • It’s important to remember that managing anger is a process and it takes time and effort to learn and implement new skills. With persistence and the right support, individuals can successfully manage their anger and improve their relationships.

Anger Management therapy at Embrace Your Difference can help you:

  • Find the root cause of your anger
  • Teach you tools to help manage and control feelings of anger.
  • Create a custom plan for handling triggers such as deep breathing, mindfulness meditation, cognitive restructuring, and assertiveness training.
  • Help you identify and eliminate your triggers

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