Online Anger Management Counseling

Online Anger Management Therapy in California | Online Anger Management Treatment in California

Is anger wrecking your life and what you love?

Feeling angry is entirely natural.

Perhaps you had an argument with your boss that left you fuming. You may lose patience with your partner and lash out at them. Or maybe you made a mistake and are simply mad at yourself.

Reacting with anger to hurtful or stressful scenarios is human. But when such rage is too persistent, intense, and out of control, it can have harmful consequences on your health. It may affect your relationship with yourself and others, the harmony at home, work, or school, as well as your safety and well-being.

Unveil and manage the storm underneath.

Power Talk Therapyis an online private practice supporting adults as they navigate their mental and emotional storms. We offer online anger management therapy and other counseling services to California residents.

Anger doesn’t have to take a toll on your life and those you love.

Let’s figure out where this fury is coming from and adopt strategies to manage and express it in a healthier way.

Connect with us to begin your journey to mental and emotional wellness.

What is anger?

Anger is a secondary emotion that arises to protect you from pain, loss, or danger. It can range from mild irritation or annoyance to severe outrage, triggering a fight-or-flight response.

Although it might appear to be your primary reaction on the surface, it’s most likely masking a deeper issue.

What is online anger management counseling?

Online anger management therapy provides you with a safe atmosphere and a qualified therapist to recognize the root, signs, triggers, and responses to your anger.

We will meet in a secure, accessible, and convenient telehealth platform to discuss how this fiery emotion impacts your life and teach you evidence-based techniques to regulate it.

Do you need anger management counseling?

Anger is problematic when it becomes uncontrollable, impairs your function, or leads to damaging behaviors toward yourself and others.

Common emotional and mental signs of anger issues:

  • Aggression
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Dangerous or violent actions (e.g., breaking things, yelling, vandalizing property)
  • Frequent outbursts, tantrums, or conflict
  • Irritability
  • Isolation
  • Negative self-talk
  • Self-harm
  • Vengeful thoughts

Common physical signs of anger issues:

  • Accelerated heart rate
  • Clenching your jaw
  • Headaches
  • Muscle tension
  • Shaking
  • Sweating

Anger is also associated with high blood pressure, heart disease, digestive problems, and other physical ailments.

If these red flags remind you of yourself or someone you know, don’t wait. Therapy can help you manage your anger before things get worse.

How can online anger management counseling help you?

Unmasking what’s hiding behind your anger

You may have already realized you are dealing with anger issues—whether you have noticed the red flags or how they are hurting yourself and others. But you may not know where or how to start healing.

Therapy opens up a nonjudgmental environment to embrace curiosity and self-compassion and delve into what’s underneath your rage. When does it flare up? What sets it off? What thoughts, sensations, feelings, or actions come along with it? How do you express it? Does it typically help or harm you and those around you?

Becoming aware of the warning signs

Once you discover where your anger might be coming from, you can begin to observe and be on the lookout for your particular warning signs. For example, you might note that your heart races, your muscles get tense, and you “see red” when experiencing anger.

The goal is to be aware of what’s happening in your mind and body when you are getting angry and why so you can respond more mindfully—instead of succumbing to aggression, dwelling on stressors, or bottling up your fury.

Attaining and practicing strategies

Anger management is not about suppressing, avoiding, or changing your feelings but helping you control your reactions and reduce your emotional distress.

This doesn’t mean you won’t ever feel angry anymore. But we’ll focus on unlearning damaging habits and learning more constructive ones to express your anger and alleviate your nervous system response.

You will get insights and practice techniques to keep anger in check, including strategies to manage impulses, challenge irrational beliefs, reframe negative thought patterns, self-soothe, and communicate more efficiently.

Power Talk Therapy | Online anger management therapists in California

Power Talk Therapy offers online anger management therapy to adults living in San Francisco, Irvine, Newport Beach, Manhattan Beach, Laguna Beach, Palos Verdes, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Palo Alto, Atherton, Los Altos, Belvedere, and anywhere in California.

Our experienced and affirming therapists provide anger management therapy in English and Spanish and welcome individuals of all cultures, races, religions, identities, and orientations. We also treat anxietydepression, trauma, men’s issuessexual difficulties, and other mental health conditions.

Our team combines cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), psychodynamic therapy, and other modalities to support you with your anger issues, depending on your needs and situation.

We believe anger doesn’t have to lead to aggression. Our anger management approach balances empathy and genuine care with effective assertiveness skills to help you express anger in a productive manner while calming your system. We are here to listen and guide you, but we also encourage you to apply your learnings to achieve valuable results outside of therapy.

Ready to tame your anger?

Stop letting anger get the best of you.

If you or someone in your family is struggling with anger problems, we can help.

Let’s join forces to understand and regulate your emotions so you can live a life you love.

Call 949-229-3221 or contact us to book a free consultation.

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