Anger Management Therapy

Do You Get Angry Once a Day?

Are you tired of losing control over your emotions? AERCs teaches the skills needed to reduce anger and irritability in a popular six-hour program.

AERCS anger management classes meet employer and court requirements and are designed to accommodate your schedule and finances.

How long is Anger Management Class?

Anger Management Group Class – One Day Intensive is a six hour program. Three hours of instruction in the morning, followed by an hour break, and three hours of workshops in the afternoon.

What do people learn in Anger Management Therapy Class?

Anger management teaches people what nobody ever tells them about their own anger. AERCs offers an informative, step-by-step method for building better relationships, enjoying greater productivity while adopting an overall healthier approach to life.

How much does an Anger Management Therapy Class cost?

$500.00 per person. Personal therapy is offered at $160 / hour in customized programs.

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Anger can make you feel as though you’re at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion. Learn how to control it.

Anger is normal. It’s a healthy emotion that’s neither good nor bad. It’s physiological purpose is to tell the brain that a situation is upsetting, unjust, or threatening. But that doesn’t mean it’s acceptable. You might believe that venting your anger is healthy, and that the people around you are too sensitive. But studies show frequent anger is unhealthy and is more likely to have a negative impact on health outcomes and career success.

Mental health suffers because rampant anger consumes mental energy. It clouds thinking, and making it harder to concentrate on life. It can also lead to stress, depression, and other impairments.

Physical health suffers because the heart and respiratory system is constantly operating with high levels of stress and anger. The susceptible to heart disease, diabetes, a weakened immune system, insomnia, and high blood pressure.

you have a hot temper, it may sometimes feel like you’re at its mercy and there’s little you can do to tame the beast. But anyone can learn to express their emotions better, and without hurting others.

AERCS can help you manage your temper, and keep it from hijacking your life.

What are some common anger management strategies?

Anger can be managed by self-awareness, meditation. breathing and relaxation techniques. AERCs teaches impulse control and how to identify the different types of anger people feel.

Frustration can sometimes be managed by writing in an anger diary. Learn impulse control and the ABC’s of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.  

Anger can be both positive and negative.
Identifying, managing, and responding to emotions in a way that allows them to be useful and productive aspects of your internal experience is essential.

Court Ordered Anger Management Classes

AERCs can help if you have a court order to attend anger management class, or have been given an ultimatum by an employee, spouse, partner, or friend, to do something about your outbursts, or you’re simply tired being unable to control your anger. Do you want to take back control? If so then getting into the best qualified anger management program is helpful.

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What are the limitations of Anger Management?

Anger management therapy may not be effective with people who do not recognize that they have an issue with expressions of anger. Additionally, people with severe learning disabilities may have some difficulty responding to anger treatments, which are sometimes base on principles of cognitive behavioral therapy.

Individuals who are experiencing other mental health issues may need to have these underlying problems addressed first in order to benefit from anger management therapy.

Contact AERCsTo regulate an emotion does not necessarily mean to make it disappear.

Depending upon the situation you are in, and other factors, it may be more advisable to calm an emotion, or tap into another emotion more deeply.

Old keys won’t open new doors.

Can Anger Management Therapy Classes Make Participants Anger-less?

Anger management is a special skill to acquire for people who are aggressive, easily irritable, and unstable by nature. If you are tired of lashing out at your close ones and feeling guilty later, you need to participate in our anger management classes and learn better ways to deal with it. Our experts teach valuable life lessons that could help you gain better control of your emotions and work through them in the best way possible without causing too much collateral damage. Sometimes these classes may also be mandatory because of your history of causing trouble.

Learn New Skills in Anger Management 

Anger management classes and group therapy sessions help people control their emotions and keep their anger in check. The many lessons that AERCs teaches includes how to control anger and turn-it-around to make it manifest it in a more productive way. It is an opportunity to optimize well-being and improve relationships rather than seeing it as a negative thing. In this anger management retreat, you are also taught exercises such as calming techniques and relaxing strategies. You can learn to rewire the thoughts that cause you to aggravate your anger and make rash decisions.

Learn to Respond Better with AERCs’ Anger Management Therapy Classes 

With AERCs’ anger management therapy program, participants learn how to better respond to stressful or frustrating situations. You can learn how to become assertive and how to keep your boundaries without getting violent or aggressive. It can have a positive impact on your close relationships and an anger management class may just be what you need. Our anger management retreat program teaches you how to communicate your needs healthily, but it also will help you maintain better health. It can also keep you from turning to drugs and alcohol to curb your anger or numb your emotions. You can utilize your feelings and project them in better, more productive ways.

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