Anger Management

Anger Management Defined:
People that suffer from anger management feel angry out of proportion to the situation and express their anger with aggressive behavior, including yelling, sarcasm, or physical violence. Excessive anger can cause a number of unwanted social and health problems. An increase in blood pressure is just one of many physical changes connected with excessive anger. Difficulty in thinking straight is one way that anger can harm your mental health.

Symptoms/Signs of Anger Management:

  • Increased Blood Pressure
  • Compromised Cognitive Function
  • Chronic Pain
  • Sleep Difficulty
  • Digestive Problems
  • Stress-Related Heart Disease/Attack

BMS Treatment Options for Anger Management:

Learning to manage your anger begins with anger management Counseling Services. Sufferers must learn anger management techniques for coping with tendencies towards excessive anger. Individual communication therapy, or anger management counseling, is often the best method for discovering the nature of anger, identifying triggers, recognizing signs of an outburst, learning to respond in a healthy way, and exploring underlying feelings, group therapy is often affective treatment for anger management. Family Outreach is available for children and adolescents with Anger Management Issues. Oftentimes, it takes the entire family unit to overcome the complexity of excessive anger.

Contact Behavior Management Systems for an individual assessment on treatment options.

More Information about Anger Management from APA.org


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