Anger Management

Anger Management Counselling

Anger management counselling can be a great support to anyone suffering from any kind of anger they can not control. Our professional counsellors are experienced in dealing with men and women experiencing anger issues. We are not here to judge we are here to listen to you.

Anger can take over your life and the lives of others. If anger is affecting your life or you think your anger is out of control then please speak to one of our anger management counsellors today.

Anger is an emotion that all people will experience sometime in their lives. However, sometimes the emotion can get out of control and can turn into something more destructive. Uncontrolled anger can cause the following:
  • Stress
  • Disruption at work
  • Disruption in personal relationships
  • Damage to your health
  • Damage to your overall quality of your life

Anger is an emotion that cloud your judgement, make you do actions that you wouldn't normally do. Other emotions that you experience through anger is shame, stress, confusion and sadness. You may have unresolved issues which cause you to remain in a state of anger, or have certain triggers that cause your temper to erupt.

28% of adults said they worry about how angry they sometimes feel
32% have a friend or relative who has problems dealing with anger

If you have to cope with anger on a daily basis, there is a chance that your overall quality of life will change, it will be harder to live a normal life. Relationships will be harder to make or uphold.

Too intense:Very intense anger is rarely a good thing. Anger triggers an adrenalin response and all kinds of physiological reactions (e.g., heart pumps faster, breathing increases, etc.). When we become very angry, we are also much more likely to act on impulse and do or say something we later regret


Lasting too long: When angry feelings last for a long time, they are hard on your mood and on your body. When you stay angry, the littlest thing can really set you off


Leading to aggression: We are more likely to become aggressive when our anger is very intense. Lashing out at others either verbally or physically is an ineffective way to deal with conflict. When anger leads to aggression, no one benefits.

Disrupting work or relationships: Intense and frequent anger can lead to problems in your relationships with co-workers, family members and friends. At its worst, anger can lead to the loss of employment, legal issues and damage or destroy important relationships.
  • People who lash out when they are angry can show the following:
  • Hostility
  • Rage
  • Violence
  • Self-destructive behaviour
Releasing anger in this manner can cause you to hurt yourself or others, say or do things that cannot be taken back, or even get you into legal trouble. Some people lash out immediately, whereas others keep their anger buried inside until one day it gets released, which can result in injury.

If you feel that your anger is out of control and is tearing your life apart you should seek counselling for anger management. The goal of anger management counselling is to reduce both the emotional feelings and the physiological emotions and experiences that anger causes.
Our qualified Counsellors can help you develop effective ways to release and manage your anger. Our anger management counselling techniques will help you to learn how to effectively manage your anger before it becomes a bigger problem. We are also here to support clients who are on the receiving end of anger issues and can help to keep you on the right track.

We provide telephone counselling and email counselling specialising in depression, bullying, cancer, OCD, stress, bereavement, self-esteem, trauma & abuse.
You Call We Listen online counselling can help you with: 
Abuse | Addictions | Bereavement | Bullying | Cancer | Depression | Stress
Eating Disorders | OCD | Pain Issues | Personal Development Relationships | Self-esteem | Self-harm | Trauma | Work Related Issues
Child & Teen Issues... plus any other issues and situations you want to discuss.  

To help you move forward to a brighter future talk to one of our trained counsellors today.
How Constant Counselling works: 
Constant counselling is such a important part of clients recovery and is seriously under estimated especially for clients starting counselling.
The time inbetween counselling sessions takes all our strength to focus and stay on track with our recovery so an email, text or 5 minute phone call is vital for those times we need support to stay on track.

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