Anger Issues Counselling

It is important to realise several things about anger before you start tackling it. First, anger is a normal process that has allowed humans to evolve and adapt. It isn’t a bad thing in itself, but problems occur if it isn’t managed in the right way.

Anger Issues Counselling

It is important to realise several things about anger before you start tackling it. First, anger is a normal process that has allowed humans to evolve and adapt. It isn’t a bad thing in itself, but problems occur if it isn’t managed in the right way.

Out of control anger issues needs to be addressed immediately as anger can be taken out on another person, such as a partner, child, or an object – punching a wall, for example. Uncontrolled anger can lead you down the road to self-destruction.

However, there is a flip side to anger because of the surge of energy it creates, it can be pleasurable. This feeling is reinforced if becoming angry allows the release of feelings of frustration, or if a person’s response to your anger gives you a sense of power. It is important to acknowledge this side of anger as it can have an almost addictive effect.

Testimonial

I turned to Florence because I was so frustrated, angry and at the end of my rope all the time, basically overwhelmed on so many levels. Regularly meeting with Florence over a decent length of time enabled me to unravel and explore my past and everything else and draw conclusions to help me change patterns and behaviours that were bringing me such heartache and frustrations. I know my children and partner have benefited hugely from the journey I took with her guidance. Breaking a cycle and changing habits are so very difficult, but every visit I had with Florence made the impossible seem do-able. I would bounce out the door feeling such a weight had been lifted.

I would have no hesitation in recommending or endorsing the tremendous work carried out by Florence.

Anger Issues Counselling

Excessively angry people need to learn control. Anger management will help you to do that. How you became an angry person can be addressed in counselling. However, you will also need to learn how to break the habit. Sometimes the behaviour is learned from significant others in our past, in some cases, you may have been the victim of anger towards you, or you got away with being angry and became really good at it.

Managing Anger Issues

Anger, though it has its place, may express itself inappropriately, either towards you or others. We cannot control anger-provoking situations, but we can manage our responses to them.

How Nightingale can help

Working with our male counsellor will help you to gain control. Anger management counselling will look straight to the source of the anger to get it into context. We then put strategies in place to manage it and to minimise angry confrontations or self-harm.

Some of the reasons why relationships breakdown:

It is natural
It is rarely a useful emotion
It can be a reaction to feeling threatened in some way
It can be treated by learning new responses to the events that bring it up, identifying the triggers that lead to angry outbursts.
Click here to book an appointment

Symptoms:

Hostility
Explosive outbursts
Tense muscles
Clenched fists or jaw
Aggressive behaviour
Refusal to follow directions or orders
Social withdrawal
Verbal abuse
Bad tempered irritable
Sleep difficulties

Male and Female counsellors available.

Out of control anger issues needs to be addressed immediately as anger can be taken out on another person, such as a partner, child, or an object – punching a wall, for example. Uncontrolled anger can lead you down the road to self-destruction.

However, there is a flip side to anger because of the surge of energy it creates, it can be pleasurable. This feeling is reinforced if becoming angry allows the release of feelings of frustration, or if a person’s response to your anger gives you a sense of power. It is important to acknowledge this side of anger as it can have an almost addictive effect.

Testimonial

I turned to Florence because I was so frustrated, angry and at the end of my rope all the time, basically overwhelmed on so many levels. Regularly meeting with Florence over a decent length of time enabled me to unravel and explore my past and everything else and draw conclusions to help me change patterns and behaviours that were bringing me such heartache and frustrations. I know my children and partner have benefited hugely from the journey I took with her guidance. Breaking a cycle and changing habits are so very difficult, but every visit I had with Florence made the impossible seem do-able. I would bounce out the door feeling such a weight had been lifted.

I would have no hesitation in recommending or endorsing the tremendous work carried out by Florence.

Anger Issues Counselling

Excessively angry people need to learn control. Anger management will help you to do that. How you became an angry person can be addressed in counselling. However, you will also need to learn how to break the habit. Sometimes the behaviour is learned from significant others in our past, in some cases, you may have been the victim of anger towards you, or you got away with being angry and became really good at it.

Managing Anger Issues

Anger, though it has its place, may express itself inappropriately, either towards you or others. We cannot control anger-provoking situations, but we can manage our responses to them.

How Nightingale can help

Working with our male counsellor will help you to gain control. Anger management counselling will look straight to the source of the anger to get it into context. We then put strategies in place to manage it and to minimise angry confrontations or self-harm.

Some of the reasons why relationships breakdown:

It is natural
It is rarely a useful emotion
It can be a reaction to feeling threatened in some way
It can be treated by learning new responses to the events that bring it up, identifying the triggers that lead to angry outbursts.
Click here to book an appointment

Symptoms:

Hostility
Explosive outbursts
Tense muscles
Clenched fists or jaw
Aggressive behaviour
Refusal to follow directions or orders
Social withdrawal
Verbal abuse
Bad tempered irritable
Sleep difficulties

Male and Female counsellors available.

“Never say mean words out of anger. Your anger will pass but your mean words can scar a person for life. So use kind words or be silent.”

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