Anger Management Group Therapy

Anger Management Group Therapy

Does your anger feel like it’s out of control?

Is it negatively impacting your relationships at work or at home?

Have you experienced legal consequences as a result of your anger?

Could you use a non-judgmental place to discuss your struggles with anger and learn healthy coping skills?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then our 12-Week Virtual Anger Management Group could be the solution you’ve been seeking. Virtual group therapy  involves holding therapeutic group sessions online using teleconferencing software, like Zoom.  These sessions are conducted by a licensed therapist. In these group sessions, clients share their thoughts and experiences with the whole group, allowing them to support one another while being supported by a group of people who understand what you’re going through. These sessions also include an educational component which will help you gain a better understanding of the underlying reasons for your anger, and to gain healthy coping skills.

If you’ve been feeling hopeless or alone lately, or struggling with a problem in your life that feels insurmountable, group therapy could help you. Group therapy’s effectiveness lies in its ability to help you find connections with other people and their experiences. These therapist-guided sessions will help you learn more about yourself and how to improve the way you feel while feeling support from others who understand your experience.

Group therapy helps you find a sense of community with others who are going through similar things as you while giving you access to valuable therapy that can truly help you feel better.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is anger management?

Anger is a powerful emotion that ranges in severity from mild annoyance through intense fury. It’s also a perfectly normal and acceptable human emotion. Aggression is a natural way to express anger and can help you to fight or defend yourself.

However, if you are overwhelmed by anger and unable to control the way you express it, you may have a problem. It’s not helpful or safe to aggressively lash out every time you get mad about something.

Anger management is a specific type of therapy that teaches you to control and express your feelings. You can learn and practice the differences between being assertive and aggressive. And you can learn techniques to stop your anger from overwhelming you and how to redirect those emotions and energy toward healthy, constructive behaviors.

What should I expect from anger management?

Working with a therapist can help you learn to control your emotions, thus stopping your anger before it becomes an unstoppable force. That’s not to say that you will stop feeling angry. The point of anger management therapy is to help you recognize your anger and express it appropriately.

During the 12 week sessions, you will explore situations and triggers and discuss strategies and techniques to acknowledge your emotions and control the way you express them.

When does the group meet?

The group meets online every Monday from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Virtual sessions allow clients to participate in therapy from the comfort of their own homes. Many clients report feeling as though they can be more open and vulnerable with the group during virtual therapy. Save time by not having to commute to the therapist’s office.

When does the next group start and what is the cost?

The next group begins on Monday, April 5, 2021. The cost is $40/session; we do not accept insurance, although you may be able to submit the costs to your insurance company for reimbursement. Clients who register and pay-in-full by March 26, 2021 will receive a $40 discount off of the total cost (Pay $440 and get 12 sessions for the price of 11). Registration closes on March 19, 2021.

Register today because space is limited. Click here to begin the registration process. 

If you have questions about the Anger Management Group, please call us at (317) 754-0808, or send an email to: Jason.Lynch@counselingmail.com.

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