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Dr. Cassidy Blair, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist | PSY 22022

Dr. Cassidy Blair, Psy.D.

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Anger Management Therapy

 

Life in the modern times is extremely stressful. People all are running around every day, trying to get their lives organized but are virtually playing a catching up game. Being unable to get their matters sorted and on top of that, the stress adding to their woes, they tend to reach their melting point and start feeling agitated at even the smallest issues.

 

As a result, one experiences anger outbursts which they are unable to control. If one is unable to handle these outbursts in a healthy manner and the behavior starts turning destructive towards oneself as well as family and friends, then it is a red herring and needs immediate attention. The most effective solution in such a situation is Anger Management Therapy.

 

What is Anger Management Therapy?

 

Anger Management modalities is a term used to describe a set of psychological therapies to help one exercise considerable control over their anger outbursts and manage them without causing hurt to anybody. This process helps one to realize the reasons for your outbreaks and work towards controlling them using various techniques.

 

 Why does one need Anger Management Therapy?

 

If the anger outbursts that one is experiencing are not controlled by using effective anger management techniques, there are serious personal, emotional and psychological impacts of the same. When one loses control over their anger, they start distancing themselves from others, leading to a feeling of loneliness and isolation. One ends up hurting the sentiments of friends and family, who then start to avoid meeting. This social isolation further aggravates the issues.

 

So, staying in denial mode is only going to accentuate the problem. If one is facing anger outbursts over which they have no control whatsoever, then it is time for them to seek a professional psychologist to address the escalating problem.

 

Why do you need a Psychologist for Anger Management Therapy?

 

The most significant factor that aggravates the problem of anger management is staying in denial. If your friends and family are telling you that you need help with managing your anger, then you must listen to them. They don’t have anything against you but rather only have your well-being in their mind. So, the first positive step you have to take is to accept the fact that you have a problem while controlling your anger outbursts.

 

Now, you must seek the help of a qualified psychologist to help you manage this issue. An experienced psychologist would listen patiently to your problem and would try to find the underlying cause of the problem. When they are able to identify the root cause of the problem, they would suggest you different therapies, techniques or tips to manage your anger outbreaks. Your relationship with your therapist is a private matter and whatever you discuss stays between you two only.

 

By learning anger management techniques and with support from friends and family, you can get over your anger management issues gradually.

 

How can Blair Wellness Group help you?

 

At Blair Wellness Group, led by Dr. Blair, we offer a wide range of psychological treatments including anger management therapy to help you lead a normal and healthy life.

 

 

Contact us today at  Call : (310) 999-4996 or visit our BlairWellnessGroup.com to schedule an appointment and let us help you reclaim your life.

 

 

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