Anger is a normal emotion, which can be derived from internal or external factors. It can become disruptive when the anger threatens your mental health. The feeling of anger is not the problem, but rather what you do with your anger. Ongoing or frequent anger can interfere with work, relationships, and your overall well-being.
Getting help from a professional counselor can help you manage your anger. Anger Management Therapy involves teaching you strategies that help you better control your reactions. Therapy involves your counselor helping you recognize your triggers, manage your stress, and learn communication skills that can reduce the instances of anger outbursts.
Anger Management Therapy is a solution that will benefit not only yourself, but also those that are close to you who may also be distressed because of your impulsive or anger induced responses.