Anger can be an unhealthy emotion if it causes you to make irrational decisions, affecting your health and your relationships. If you find you struggle to manage your temper, or if you feel angry frequently, Brady Daniel, MA, LPC-S, and Kyra Gutierrez, DC, of Integrated Counseling and Wellness in Colleyville, Texas, have the expertise to provide anger management strategies to help you recognize the early signs of anger so you can take the proper action to stay calm. Reach out today by phone or book an appointment online.
Anger management is a process that gives you the skill set to manage your feelings and reactions. The therapy helps you cope with anger and teaches you how to recognize the warning signs of oncoming anger.
At Integrated Counseling and Wellness, the therapies are integrative, focusing on your mind, body, and spirit to help you learn how to stay calm in anger-provoking situations.
Brady uses cognitive behavioral therapy and emotional freedom techniques to give you productive results, helping you learn how to express your thoughts and feelings without uncontrolled angry outbursts.
You might benefit from anger management if you have any of the following signs:
Anger can even cause you to withdraw from others, or you might go out of your way to avoid triggering situations. Physically, you can experience muscle tension, increased blood pressure, an elevated heart rate, and tingling sensations in your body.
If you have any of these symptoms of anger, reach out to Integrated Counseling and Wellness. You can rely on them to treat you with compassion and understanding while receiving superior treatment.
When you visit Integrated Counseling and Wellness for anger management, your therapist listens as you discuss situations that might trigger your anger. Brady learns about your life, what makes you angry, and how you manifest anger.
As he helps you navigate your answers, you gain insight into your triggers and the early warning signs of anger. Brady uses different therapies to teach you certain techniques, equipping you for future triggering moments that would typically cause you to feel and act on anger.
As you build on these skills, you begin to know how to process and express your emotions in a healthy and productive way.
If you’re experiencing troubling signs of anger and want to learn more about anger management, don’t hesitate to reach out to Integrated Counseling and Wellness today. Just call or click online to book an appointment.