1. What symptoms are observed in people with anger-related issues?
The common symptoms of anger-related issues are:
frequent anger episodes
anger that hurts others
impact on relationships
regretful actions or words
2. What is anger management?
Anger management is the process that involves understanding the signs of anger and handling the triggers positively. The process helps to take action to calm yourself so that you can control anger.
3. Why is anger management done?
Anger management is essential to recognise frustrations early so that they may be resolved. This helps you to keep the person calm and controlled. If left unmanaged, anger could impact your physical and emotional well-being.
4. What to expect in anger management sessions?
With anger management sessions, anger can be identified early. One can express his/her needs in a calm and controlled manner. Anger management makes use of techniques, such as self-awareness, meditation, impulse control, frustration management and relaxation and breathing techniques.
5. How many sessions does anger management take?
Usually, anger management sessions may last from four to six weeks. Depending on the person and the result expected, the sessions may vary. Anger management therapy may occur in groups or on a one-to-one basis.