Anger Management

What is Anger?

Anger is a normal human emotion that we all feel from time to time. For some, however, feelings of anger seem to be more easily triggered by things that other may be able to feel okay about. There are many factors that contribute to how angry we might feel about something – but often it’s the case that someone or something has transgressed our moral code, and may be rooted in our earlier childhood experiences.

Feeling angry can affect how we think and behave, which in turn can have negative impacts on lives, such as romantic and social relationships, work, as well as our overall mood, and can lead to feelings of shame, guilt and depression.

Do I have anger management difficulties?


Symptoms of difficulties managing anger:

  • Shouting
  • Ignoring people or sulking
  • Starting fights (arguments and / or physical)
  • Breaking things
  • Feeling tense or nervous
  • Being unable to relax
  • Being easily irritated
  • Becoming easily frustrated
  • Feeling humiliated
  • Resenting other people
  • Faster heartbeat
  • Tense muscles
  • Clenching your fists
  • Tightness in your chest
  • Feeling hot
  • Self-harming

Online therapy and treatment for anger management difficulties

There are many effective ways to manage anger, including: ACT, CBT, compassion- focused therapy (CFT)PCT, and DBT. Several of our online therapists are trained in these approaches and highly experienced in helping people manage anger. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to arrange an initial assessment session.

You may also wish to look at our resources page for further ideas of getting help to manage anger.



Coping with Anger Management Difficulties with Counselling Psychology Online


Our qualified psychologists, therapists and counsellors here at Counselling Psychology Online provide bespoke therapy online for those suffering from anger related issues.

For any further information on our counselling, or any of our therapists, or to schedule in a call with us, contact us here. Answers to the most frequently asked questions about our therapies, fees and online therapy can be found on our FAQ page.