Anger Management

Everyone at times experiences anger, from mild irritation to extreme rage. Sometimes, however, anger starts expressing itself in detrimental ways such as shouting, throwing and breaking things or causing self-harm and help with anger management is often necessary.

Anger management counselling with a psychologist can assist in dealing with any unresolved issues which lead to explosive outbursts and behaviours. Working on the root cause will always assist overcoming the symptom.

Some people justify venting anger as better than bottling it up, however if we do not have the right tools to manage our anger, it can actually intensify rather than diminish these feelings. This can lead to damaging verbal and physical encounters, anxiety, depression and even substance abuse. Never expressing or internalising your anger can be equally unhelpful.

Learning how to manage anger starts with acknowledging its existence and understanding its causes. This knowledge allows the development of ways to handle it and communicate feelings in a non-threatening way. Mind@Work Psychology has highly experienced and qualified psychologists to assist people with anger management issues. We can help you better understand what triggers anger and assist you to moderate and channel it appropriately.

We can also help with a range of issues requiring a psychologist including anxiety treatment and counselling and a child psychologist from our team can help children and teenagers.

For treatment in overcoming anger issues, make a booking today by calling Mind@Work Psychology on 03 9440 9886 or email info@mindatworkpsychology.com.au.

Covid-19

Please do not attend appointments in person if you are unwell with flu-like symptoms, even if you think it is just a cold.

We have implemented extra hygiene and social distancing measures to minimise the risk of virus transmission. We also request that you help us with this by observing the recommended hygiene practices of regular hand washing, cough/sneeze etiquette and social distancing.

However, if you are concerned about this, or are symptomatic and not able to attend in person, you can still have your appointment via videoconferencing or telephone.

Please email or call the clinic before your appointment if you wish to use telehealth, so that we can send you the secure link to your session.

Kind regards,
Mind@Work Psychology
(03) 9440 9886
info@mindatworkpsychology