Anger Management Help

All about getting anger management help, where to go and what to do to keep your temper in control.


Do you need anger management help?

Anger is a normal emotion and has a healthy role to play in a balanced life. But, anger out of control can cause unnecessary damage to relationships, or make you feel physically violent or destructive.

Anger Management Help

  • See a psychologist or licensed counsellor.
    Seeing a therapist can help you learn to recognize your anger warning signs before you blow up, and how to cope with your anger. Ask your primary care doctor for a referral to a counselor specializing in anger management. Family and friends also may give you recommendations based on their experiences. Your health insurer, employee assistance program (EAP), clergy, or state or local agencies also may offer recommendations.
  • Take an anger management class.
    An anger management class can teach you what anger is, how to recognize anger triggers and how to keep your anger under control. These courses can be done individually, with spouses or families, or in groups. In addition to the search methods for a psychologist or counselor, you can find organizations offering anger management courses on the Internet and through your district court.
  • Read a book. There are a number of helpful books on anger management. A number of them focus on particular situations, such as anger in teens, anger in men or anger in couples. Many of them are workbooks, with exercises that teach concrete skills.

Anger and irritability can be signs of an underlying mental health condition, such as depression or bipolar disorder. If your symptoms don't improve, or you have signs or symptoms of anxiety or depression, see a mental health provider for anger management help.

From: Mayo Clinic Staff

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