Anger Management

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What is ANGER?

Anger is a natural reaction; it is a natural response to a threat and is part of being human. Most people feel angry from time to time in their life as a result of feeling frustrated, attacked or perhaps unfairly treated. It is even seen as a useful emotion at times as it can help motivate us to change or help us stay safe as part of our fight and flight mechanism.

Whilst these episodes of anger are manageable at most times by most, when it begins to impact your life and how you are feeling physically or emotionally for a prolonged period of time, it might be that you are suffering from anger issues.

Due to its instinctive nature, it can sometimes be tough to recognise whether one’s anger has become a problem. Recognising whether it has crossed this line is the first step. Someone suffering from anger issues may experience anger as their go-to emotion and stop feeling the emotions of others, resulting in destructive or unhelpful behaviour – both for yourself and for others around you. These feelings and behaviours may include:

  • outward aggression such as shouting, swearing, being threatening and being physically violent.

  • passive aggression such as refusing to speak to someone, doing things badly, being quiet or sulky without saying anything explicitly aggressive.

  • inward aggression such as feeling horrible feelings about yourself, denying yourself of things that would usually make you happy such as food, socialising or going for that promotion at work.

There are many reasons why you might have heightened anger including experiences from your childhood, which might have resulted through learned behaviours where you have grown up thinking that it is ok to act with aggression and so you did not develop the skills to manage your anger. Past experiences may also impact your behaviour in certain situations where you were not able to control your anger at the time may result in feelings of uncontrollable anger in the present day too. And in current times, it might get onset by many problems arising at the same time or stemming from your feelings of grief.

Online CBT for ANGER

The first thing to point out if you or someone you know is suffering from anger issues is that you are not alone. By visiting this website, you are one step closer to a brighter life, and on the road to recovery from issues resulting in not being able to manage your anger effectively.

There has been much scientific proof in recent years to suggest that CBT works to manage anger. Through working collaboratively with a therapist, you will identifying your negative thoughts, feelings and resulting behaviours, you will relearn the way you deal with these situations in the future.

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Frequently asked Questions CBT for Anger Management

How do I contact CBT Avon about my Anger?

It’s simple to get in touch CBT Avon. Call 0117 456 2438 or email tom@cbtavon.com. I’m always happy to hear from new people, do not hesitate to get in touch.

Do you offer online CBT for  Anger Management?

Yes, CBT Avon offers CBT for Anger Management therapy across the UK over zoom and on the telephone. To get started, all you will need is an active internet connection or telephone and a private space where you can talk openly – all from the comfort of your own home.

Will CBT work for my Anger?

As with all types of therapy, with CBT, there is a level of commitment and work which needs to be put in by the individual to give every possible chance that the therapy is successful. There have been numerous studies regarding CBT as a therapy for anger management which has demonstrated the effectiveness of this therapy style, resulting in individuals leading much more fulfilling lives.

Ready to Embark on Your Journey to Recovery?

If you’re tired of struggling with Depression, Anxiety, and Low Self-Esteem, it’s time to take action. I invite you to schedule a consultation today to discuss how CBT Therapy can help you overcome these challenges and reclaim your wellbeing. 

Schedule your consultation today and take your first step towards a brighter and more fulfilling future.

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