You are strong, with lots of energy.
You have options. “Anger Management” and “Stress Management” should be unique – as are you – and should be customized to fit your concerns. The simplest and most straightforward approach is to schedule an individual session for yourself. Consult your counselor about your options.
Once you feel more comfortable, though, you may want to consider a more thorough approach. A more thorough or advanced process will involve taking psychological assessments. One assessment will clarify precisely where your anger needs managing, and a second assessment will highlight your natural strengths. Then you can showcase your freshly highlighted strengths rather than allow others to focus on your problems.
Don’t get angry; get competitive. I’ve golfed with people who encouraged their friends to “get mad.” Although their intention was good, the effect was not. If you’re a 325 lbs line-backer, getting competitive may mean getting angry if all you have to do is throw your weight into your opponent to stop his forward momentum. If you work in an office setting or rely upon cooperation to be effective, getting calm and not angry will help you be more effective.
Harness your emotions to work for you
Please select the following link for an overview of anger managementTips’ips’ link on anger and our services & fees. Read about us. We also provide couples counseling, addiction counseling, and career coaching. Click on the following link to book an individual appointment for yourself or read about “Anger Advantages” coaching.
Coaching sessions are now both virtual and in-person. We’ve been providing our present clients with Zoom sessions and Coaching by Phone throughout the COVID pandemic. These sessions are both convenient & confidential. Try something new & explore one for yourself.
In-person and evening sessions are now provided to you at The Ampersand, located on 4th Avenue downtown.