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Anger Management

Anger Management Techniques and Therapy. Schedule A Session With One of Our Therapist.

Are you a person who tends to get “hot headed” or has trouble controlling your temper? Do you succumb to road rage on your commute home each day? Have your angry outbursts damaged more than a few friendships or even your career?

Anger Management may be something that Hollywood jokes about, but the truth is that it’s a real technique that people use each day to improve things like:

  • Personal relationships
  • Stress and anxiety levels
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Family problems
  • Personal enrichment and life outlook

At The Dell Center for Therapy, our Park City therapists work with Summit County and Salt Lake City individuals to find better ways to cope and manage their frustration and angry outbursts, so they can improve their outlook on life and live a healthier lifestyle. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, progressive relaxation, and counseling, it’s possible for people with “Type A” personalities to reduce their inclination to become angry or have public outbursts of rage.

Should I Get Counseling for Anger Issues?

Having an angry personality doesn’t just break up homes and friendships, it can make you unhealthy. People with severe anger issues tend to suffer more from physical ailments such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. But you are not the only one who suffers; your loved ones do too. Getting professional help isn’t just for yourself, it’s also for the people that you love.

Sometimes our source of anger comes from underlying causes that we’re not able to pinpoint: such as the death of a family member, chronic illness, a cheating spouse, or other lifestyle changes. Being able to process those stressors can better equip you with how to manage the tension building up inside of you, before you start to feel like you’re boiling over.

 Anger issues can affect any age; although most people tend to associate anger management therapy with adults, children may struggle with it as well. After all, the younger a person is, the less experience they have with processing their feelings and changing the way they react to them. An anxious or depressed child may turn into an angry adult if they don’t get attentive professional help.

Even if you’ve waited years to see a Park City anger management therapist, it’s not too late.

Tips from Our Park City Anger Management Therapists

During your counseling session, you’ll learn different types of cognitive behavioral techniques to help you process the source of your anger in a healthier manner. Other things to supplement your energy and tension can include techniques like:

  • Practicing mindfulness
  • Meditating
  • Taking walks, practicing yoga, or going for a run
  • Listening to soothing music
  • Finding words to explain how you feel, so that you can better communicate with others

Allow yourself to understand that anger is a natural, healthy emotion. It helps us protect ourselves and the people that we love. But when we’re not able to express our anger in a healthy balance with other emotions, or we fail to recognize the triggers, that anger can take control over us and be harmful rather than helpful.

Learning to express your emotions in words as you control the physical side of anger can help you to communicate with others in a way that encourages proactive change to the situation, rather than pushes them further away.

Online or In Person Therapy for Anger Management

Our Salt Lake City or Park City therapists and counselors offer both in-person and online coaching sessions for anger management therapy. That means if you live nearby or somewhere else in Utah, you can benefit from the same confidential sessions with an experienced counselor!

 Tomorrow is a gift, all you have to do is reach out and take it! Schedule your appointment with our Utah anger management counselor today to get started.


If you would like more information about our services or to schedule an appointment, please call us at (801) 447-2666 or submit a free consultation request form.

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