Behavioral anger manifests through the impulse to react physically to the experience of anger. As a result, there may be uncontrolled aggressiveness or physically harmful behavior often resulting in injury. Other common symptoms include:
Chronic anger manifests as an ongoing and underlying resentment or frustration towards certain people and situations. Some common signs are:
Judgmental anger is expressed as indignation at perceived injustice. Often, this type of anger leads a person to assume a morally superior stance on issues. Some of the signs may be:
People may experience anger out of hopelessness in situations that they believe are beyond their control. Some common symptoms include:
Passive Aggressive Anger
Passive aggressive anger is an avoidant type of anger, where a person may actively deny any feelings of fury or frustration. Some of the symptoms are
Self-abusive anger builds up due to negative self-talk, substance abuse, self-harm, or eating disorders. Other signs may be:
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.
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Extreme anger can manifest physical symptoms in a person, some of which are:
If you have been experiencing these signs, we suggest you look for help. You can contact Lifebulb through our 24x7 active helpline. You can also find us online, simply search ‘anger management programs near me’, ‘find anger management counselor’ or ‘find anger management therapist.’
The key to managing persistent anger problems is through therapy. Based on the intensity of your anger and its underlying reason, a qualified mental health specialist can propose a specialized therapy for anger management. The overall objective of treatment is to assist you in working through your anger so that you can have a healthier, more harmonious connection with your emotions instead of suppressing them.
Psychotherapy: These are the most prominent category of counselors, sometimes also known as "talk therapists." They collaborate with their clients to address underlying anger issues and their causes while also assisting them in achieving healthy behavioral goals.
Psychodynamic Therapy: Psychodynamic therapy is where therapists help people undergo self-reflection to recognize the roots of their emotional distress.
Therapeutic play: Play therapy is a type of psychotherapy that is helpful for younger children.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: This type of therapy helps angry person recognize their pattern of self-destructive thoughts. Thus, such persons can better regulate and control their flare-ups when they occur.
Stress Inoculation Training: During stress inoculation training, therapists create anger-inducing situations for their clients so that they can react differently in situations of actual anger.
What separates us from the rest is that, unlike others, your first session with a Lifebulb anger management therapist or counselor won't simply be a background or demographic information-gathering session. We understand how difficult getting help can be. That's why our first offline/online therapy session with you will be about providing the exact service you are seeking. Moreover, we will help you demonstrate that the therapy process can work with both sides' combined effort and dedication.
If you are experiencing an urgent emergency please call 911 immediately.
While Lifebulb is not a crisis center and Lifebulb anger management therapists/counselors are not emergency service providers, we understand that urgent matters can and will emerge from time to time. You will have direct access to your therapist in the anger management treatment center through email and phone. Our dedicated therapists will go out of their way to be available to your needs. Furthermore, depending on your specific anger management treatment plan, your anger management therapist may provide you with the exact resources to use when situations occur beyond the scope of your online therapy or offline therapy work together.
While the majority of our clients opt to have their insurance benefits to get therapy online, we offer a self-pay rate as low as $99, which may vary slightly by region and therapist licensure.
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