If you’re struggling with managing your anger, then it’s incredibly important to seek out support. While most people’s minds might immediately jump to in-person support groups and counseling, make sure you’re looking into all your options, including virtual ones.

Read on for some tips on what type of supports you can find for anger management and the best ways to seek out professional expertise. 

  • Support for Managing Your Anger

We all experience anger in our every-day lives, and often it can even be a productive emotion for us- inspiring motivation to change, protect, and a prompt to communicate frustration or negative feelings. Anger can be often overwhelming, however, and might cause intense changes in heart rate, rapid breathing, or even shaking. It’s important for people living their daily lives to have healthy strategies for recognizing and expressing anger, and if you find you are having trouble with managing your anger or experiencing excessive and persistent feelings of anger, it’s important to seek help.

Unresolved anger issues can impact healthy relationships, contribute to substance use challenges, and create problems at work, so it’s incredibly important to seek out support from a licensed professional whether in-person or through online counseling for anger management.

  • Therapy for Anger Management

The good news is that there are many different types of treatment a therapist can support with to help navigate anger challenges. Such treatments might include relaxation exercises where a participant will practice strategies for calming the mind and body through progressive relaxation techniques. Cognitive therapy can also be beneficial for helping to pinpoint negative thoughts that can increase or perpetuate anger spirals and for working on strategies to manage and reframe thinking into more constructive patterns.

Counseling is also useful for developing skill-building to identify anger triggers in your everyday life and for working to build communication skills to address such triggers. Finally, having a licensed professional support you in working through potential past issues or traumas which might be contributing to anger challenges is also an incredible asset for working through anger issues.

  • Finding Support

If you’re looking for support to help you navigate anger issues, it’s always a great idea to start with referrals. Speak to your family doctor about the challenges you’re experiencing and see if they have any recommendations for either in-person or virtual counseling services. Don’t forget to also check out reviews online, and inquire with family and friends to see if they know of any good therapy or counseling practices. Often if you get in touch with a therapist who doesn’t specialize in anger management, they will be able to refer you to a trusted source who does, so make sure you’re open about your needs in any introductory phone calls.

Online Anger Management Counseling & More

At ACT Teletherapy, our licensed and experienced staff can provide exceptional online counseling for anger management services to help you navigate through any challenges you might experience. Get in touch to book an appointment with us today, and we will help support you in all of your mental health-related needs.

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