Anger is a natural emotion that everyone feels from time to time. 

It is a defensive response to a perceived attack on you as a person. We have all been taught from early childhood that it is not good to be angry, but anger, if experienced in small doses, is as good as any other emotion. 

What is anger management? 

Anger, if expressed in a healthy way, can be a positive and can help you ensure you achieve change and move in a desired direction. 
 
However, anger, whether supressed for a long time and felt inwardly or expressed outwardly in outbursts, can have detrimental effects on your life and the lives of those around you. 
 
It can lead to you feeling down, lethargic, feelings of hopelessness or depression, like there is something wrong with the people and the world around you. 
 
Anger outbursts can lead to broken homes, emotionally damaged children and it can lead to things that you never wanted to happen in the first place. 
 
Unmanaged anger can lead to long term health problems such as digestion problems, abdominal pain, headaches, insomnia, high blood pressure, eczema or other skin problems and even heart attacks. 
 
Our therapists at the Wellbeing Centre London can help you with anger management in a number of different ways.  
 
They will help you identify the root cause of your problem, so that you can resolve the underlying anger issues, enabling you to feel calm in the situations that trigger your anger in the first place. 

When is it time to get help? 

There are all sorts of legitimate reasons for feeling anger, whether inwardly or outwardly. 
 
But when these unaddressed emotions become destructive, then it is time to see whether they serve you in the right way and whether they give you what you want in life. 

You should seek help when... 

You experience frequent anger or criticism about situations or people which ultimately leads to you feeling disturbed inwardly or to being intense and aggressive outwardly 
Your anger or repercussions of angry outbursts impact negatively upon your relationships at home or at work 
You cannot control losing your temper in situations such as traffic, with your children, partner, with other people or at work 

How we can help 

Psychotherapy, Counselling and CBT – There are a number of therapy interventions that are used for treatment of anger, which your therapist will discuss with you in your sessions. 
 
In general, our therapy will help you identify negative thinking patterns, beliefs and perceptions that cause your emotional distress in various situations and life events, with the aim to resolve these and/or replace them with a more helpful beliefs and self-talk. The focus of our therapy is to learn new ways to deal with situations, people and events in your life. 
 
Hypnotherapy and NLP – Hypnotherapy can help you identify and resolve the root cause of your emotions so that you can be free from them and you can feel more in control of your life and your future. Our therapists will help you free up your stuck, negative emotions, so that you can feel more positivity and sense of freedom, leading to your peace of mind and happiness. 
 
Wellbeing Coaching – This will help you identify and understand the root cause of your emotions and how these are affected by your thoughts and beliefs. Rather than giving you strategies, your coach will lead you to understanding how things can be turned around by leading you to listen to your inherent inner wisdom, and leading to a more positive outcome that serves you and the life the way you want to have. 
 
IEMT – This therapy helps you identify your thought and identity patterns, and by leading you through a set of eye movements, break through and change these patterns, leading to positive feelings and future outcomes. 
 
Anger can be really damaging to you and those around you if you don’t talk to a therapist. 
 
The sessions can be held face-to-face, or remotely via Zoom, Skype or over the phone. 

Wellbeing Centre London Practitioners who can help you with Anger Management 

Ali Gill  Psychotherapist & Counsellor  

Calum Moulder  Counsellor and CBT Therapist 

Peggy Moylan  Wellbeing Coach 

If you would like to find out more about how we can help you manage your anger, simply contact us to arrange a FREE initial 15-minute consultation. 

We will recommend a therapy that will suit you and a trusted, professional therapist or coach to work with you, constructing a bespoke treatment package designed to help you achieve your goals. 
 
Fees for private therapy and coaching range from £70–£140. The sessions last between 50-90 minutes. 
 
Take a positive step toward a happier you, today. 
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