Types of Therapy

Anger Management 

Anger management counseling helps individuals learn how to recognize early signs of anger and calm down to deal with the situation productively. Anger management gives individuals specific behavioral skills so they can cope with their anger. People of all ages who regularly feel like they have to hold in their anger, have persistent negative thinking, always feel irritated, have a habit of making violent threats, and/or display out of control behavior, can benefit from anger management. Anger management works in individual and group settings. The number of sessions varies depending on the program, counselor, and the individual’s needs. It can be brief or last for a few weeks or months. People with other mental health conditions may have to treat those issues first for anger management to work effectively.