If anger is a large part of your life, you may be experiencing reoccurring episodes of rage, sporadic explosions, or an overall irritability. Anger, when turned outward, can become aggression and, when turned inward, self-destruction. Anger Counseling can help identify its sources and temper the anger so it doesn't take over your life. Contact Carlos Mendoza, MA, LPC, for more information.
Anger Management Techniques
There are many approaches to dealing with anger. One way is taking hold of your body's response to anger and getting some perspective. The video below, by WatchWellCast, goes through some simple steps to cool down. Further counseling can help make deeper changes.
One Way to Approach Emotions
At times, you may need a more creative approach to understand your anger. Below, Ze Frank, (some expletives) reviews how he imagines his emotions. Capturing your emotions in a creative light can make them more manageable and approachable.