It is not normal for anger to instigate hurtful or violent responses. Unfortunately, when people act out of anger, they unintentionally do things which later regret like insulting or physically hurting someone you care about. Such reactions to anger become more about emotional moments than about finding a solution that instigates anger. Anger in itself is not unhealthy, but when not managed tends to dominate preferences, and begins to influence life decisions. It is important to find the root cause of anger and emotional response wired to it. We believe gaining an understanding about anger related distress could help control over emotions, reaction to unfortunate events in a civilised manner and effectively control the flow of life. Anger instigates by internal or external factors. Internal factors largely include thought patterns, perceived failures and injustices, it leads to aggression. One can learn to take control over thoughts by practices which will be discussed in therapy. External events are unfortunate and upsetting incidents which are indirectly related to people in proximity, and outside of your area of influence. The things one can’t control are outside of their Area of influence and they have to make peace with it. Learning what is and what is not within your control is the first step of anger management therapy. The negative effects of anger have been observed throughout history, advice for countering seemingly uncontrollable rage has been offered by ancient philosophers. The roman philosopher Annaeus Seneca and Francis d’Assisi were practicing anger-management techniques to guide the noble personality. In modern times, controlling anger has been transformed to the anger management program. Classical therapy based on anger management intervention originated in the 1970’s. Generally, people show anger through aggression, which is a biological function of anger. It is an evolutionary response that helps prepare people to fight off threats like being hunted by wild animals or so. People who receive anger management therapy learn skills to slow their reaction to anger, this have helped them identify the reason for aggression and to react consciously. Our anger management therapist first tries to identify the triggers and physical emotional signs, recognising and managing these warning signs early is an important step in controlling anger. We pay attention to – Stressors: common triggers which worsen the anger, which include frustrations with the child or partner, financial stress, traffic issues or problems with co-workers. Physical signs: feelings of anger begin to interfere with your life, for eg- inadequate sleep, clenching your jaw, a spiky heart beat or driving too fast. Emotional signs: Rising anger would lead to yell at someone about something that has been holding in for a while now.
Anger is a feeling that makes your mouth work faster than your mind.
Our therapy helps with coping strategies and build an understanding of letting go of uncontrollable situational circumstances. Anger Management Therapy encourages individuals to focus on things that can be controlled and changed which is beneficial for individuals in the field of businesses or health care. It also benefits people who are court-referred or being charged with aggressive compulsive disorder. Anger management Therapy benefits anyone willing to improve relationships and to be the sole controller of emotions. This treatment is particularly helpful for people with a history of Violent Offences(people with bullying behaviours or affected by traumatic brain surgery), behaviour changes associated with post traumatic stress and experiencing substance dependency. Anger management may not be effective with people, who do not recognise their anger as an issue. The decision to overcome anger and to consult for a corrective emotional response is the fundamental deciding factor which determines therapeutic success.
For every minute you are angry, you lose 60 seconds of happiness
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Benefits of Therapy
Anger is the most ignored issue in Indian society, people tend to give less importance to it’s management unless it manifest unruly change in lifestyle.
- Improves family happiness
- Strengthens relationship
- Foster better judgment
- Reduces stress
- Build communication skills
- Better self understanding
Why Choose Us
We have treated individuals who haven’t recognised their anger issues but when they enrolled in therapy it had solved half of their life problems.