Not managing anger can disrupt not only your environment but those around you as well. Valley is committed to helping those who are struggling with anger management and offers programs that can help use anger management techniques and assist with calming down and dealing with situations in a positive way.
When we think of the negative effects of anger, we generally think of negative impacts on relationships and increased stress levels. It’s less common to consider the harmful effects anger can have on your heart, your mind, and your mental outlook. Learn more about the physical, mental, and social effects of anger below:
Feeling intense, frequent levels of anger is a major cause of an increase in stress levels. High levels of stress and anger can result in a number of things, including:
As the part of the body where feelings of anger are formed and processed, there can be a number of mental side effects regarding poorly managed anger. Some of the most harmful mental effects of anger include:
As a result of mental and physical effects, uncontrolled anger can cause destructive social behaviors. Effective anger management classes can be useful in preventing:
Anger itself is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, effectively managed levels of anger can be constructive. Once levels of anger stretch beyond one’s control that person can start to experience the negative mental, physical, and social effects of anger. To more effectively manage your anger, consider these three easy anger management techniques:
At Valley Behavioral Health, we are passionate about helping our clients overcome their mental and behavioral challenges in order to achieve their working, family, and personal goals. We have a large network of anger management therapy centers throughout Utah that offer proven-effective anger management classes. Whether you’re looking for court-mandated anger management or general anger management for yourself or a loved one, we have a personalized therapy option for you. The first step is contacting a Valley Behavioral Health Case Manager, who will help you find the best anger management therapy for your needs. Fill out the contact form below to reach a case manager, or call us today for more details.
The following programs specialize in treating anger management:
With behavioral health centers across the Intermountain West, our goal is to be as accessible as possible for our clients. Our specialized therapists ensure that each counseling appointment is a neutral and comfortable environment. All counseling appointments are confidential. Call us today for more information or fill out the form below to schedule your confidential counseling appointment.
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