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Anger issue is a very common symptom of mental health conditions. Anger conditions can be triggered by stress, family problems, and financial issues, or they might have come with excessive use of alcohol. Anger is not considered a mental illness but a major symptom of several mental health conditions.

A person with anger might change their behavioral patterns through consistent and regular therapy by a certified and approved anger management therapist. It can work when the patient commits to making it change.

A person needs to connect with a certified and approved anger management therapist when he feels consistent anger and that anger is taking over their life's enjoyable moments and leaving them with regrets and grief.

Fitcy-approved anger management therapists first learn your history and try to diagnose the best method that helps to manage your anger effectively. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can work for most patients, specifically CBT treatment for anger management, also called stress inoculation.

What is Anger Management?

Anger is a natural emotion that directs feelings and behavior. If individuals manage their emotions effectively, they can help in becoming productive. However, if anger causes the individual to become aggressive and harm others, they need help. Anger management is the set of skills that enables the person to practice control by rationally expressing anger in healthy ways.

How to Deal with Child Anger Management?

Caregivers must understand the thought process of the child. They are more likely to struggle to differentiate between feeling angry and behaving aggressively. It causes them to lose their temper and become disrespectful towards peers, close family members, and teachers.

Anger management therapy can help the child understand their thought process and act accordingly. The caregivers must help the child control their anger by:

Discussing Their Feelings

The caregivers must provide a safe environment for the child to discuss their feelings and everyday problems. The parents should calmly question and let the child label their feelings.

Set Rules

The rules should mainly focus on not disrespecting others by raising a voice.

Teach Problem-Solving Skills

The children struggle to resolve the problems that affect their feelings and behavior. Caregivers should focus on problem-solving skills to reduce anger and aggression.

Give Reinforcements

Positive reinforcement can help encourage the child to control anger and act rationally in every situation. Thus, parents must reinforce with words to enhance the productivity of the child and manage anger.

Therapeutic Intervention

Caregivers must seek professional help from a certified psychologist if the child remains angry and struggles to maintain social relationships. The prevailing mental health problems due to uncertainty, peer pressure, and lack of support can hinder overall performance. Fitcy Health provides anger management therapy services to enhance productivity and mental health.

How to Tell if You Have Anger Management Issues?

Individuals must introspect and take the necessary steps to improve their mental and physical health. People suffering from anger management issues exhibit the following symptoms:

Emotional Instability

Individual cannot communicate their feelings and act aggressively. The anger and anxiety cause the person to remain agitated.

Physiological Responses

Individuals with anger management issues can notice unusual behavior, such as raising voices, rubbing their heads, and carving substances.


Anger can affect social and intimate relationships. It can cause depression and other mental health problems; thus, the person stays isolated, which can further deteriorate physical and mental health.


The individual feels satisfied after self-harming due to depression. The person may have suicidal ideation due to correlating problems with anger.

Substance Abuse

The person can forget about anger and related problems after consuming alcohol and drugs. The unhealthy way of coping with anxiety and anger can affect social, personal, and professional life.

Relational Tension

The individual has unhealthy relationships with close family members due to constant shouting and a lack of understanding of each other.

Who Needs Anger Management?

People must understand the consequences of their behavior and take the necessary steps to improve their functioning. The signs that an individual requires professional help for anger management include:

Extensive Period of Feeling Angry

The episode lasts for the entire day, which causes anxiety and hindrance in completing everyday tasks.

Becoming Physically Aggressive

The individual has the tendency to cause physical damage to others and property.

Frequent Anger and Aggression

The person feels angry most of the time, which causes mental and physical distress.

Unhealthy Coping Mechanism

The individual displaces the anger on the wrong source, which can cause further anxiety and cause hindrance in everyday tasks.

How to Treat Anger Management Issues?

Individuals may suffer from deteriorating health and various mental disorders, such as depression, due to anger management issues. It is necessary to understand the cause of anger; thus, people must seek professional help for diagnosis. Fitcy Health provides anger management therapy with competent and reliable psychologists. The guidance regarding treatment and therapies helps enhance health and maintain personal/professional relationships.
The effective treatment for managing anger includes:


Psychiatrists conduct psychological assessments according to DSM-5 to diagnose mental illness. An individual suffering from anxiety disorders or depression is more likely to exhibit signs of anger. The medications help enhance mood and support anger management therapy for visible behavior change.

Therapeutic Strategies

Various therapies are proven effective in treating anger disorder, such as CBT, DBT, and family and psychodynamic therapy.

What is Anger Management Therapy?

Anger issues can affect the thought process of the individual; thus, it is best to opt for anger management therapies such as;

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT helps the individual with anger issues to identify the triggers. Dialectical behavioral therapy is a form of CBT that enables the regulation of emotions effectively by improving communication skills and mindfulness.

Psychodynamic Therapy

The therapy aims to understand the experience causing the individual to behave aggressively. It enables the client to transfer their energy to positive activities to divert their attention and control anger.

Family Therapy

People aware of the cause of anger must involve their close family members. The therapist will help the family members learn ways to support the individual in managing their emotions.

What is the Best Therapy for Anger Management?

Individuals suffering from anger management issues must seek guidance from a psychotherapist regarding effective therapies to control their feelings. Cognitive Behavioral therapy helps the person understand the trigger and ways to avoid them. Additionally, the psychotherapist helps the client learn coping skills to remain calm during anger-provoking situations.

Which Doctor to Consult for Anger Management?

The specialists that can help individuals of different age groups learn anger management techniques include:


The psychotherapist in Dubai helps learn tips for anger management to control and regulate emotions.


Individuals with depression need medication; hence, they must seek guidance from a psychiatrist for treatment for anger management. Mediation will add to the treatment of anger management and enhance the thought process.

School Counselor

Children struggle to maintain social relationships because of peer pressure. It can affect feelings and behavior. The counselor at school provides emotional support that enables the child to act rationally.

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