Anger can be a good thing. Anger can be the energy to move, the energy to make changes, an internal voice or cue that action must be taken. If we are able to use our anger in productive ways, it can become an extremely valuable tool in getting our needs met and interacting effectively with the world and in our relationships.
However, if anger is expressed in harmful ways such as bottling it up or becoming verbally or physical aggressive, this is a cue that we may need to learn some skills and tools to manage this valuable emotion more effectively.
Through learning communication tools, stress management, gaining an understanding of emotional intelligence and empathy, and many more topics, you can learn and practice new skills to transform your anger experience from unhealthy to productive.
Join me for Anger Management Group every Saturday at noon where we will work together consistently and support each other as we learn and practice new tools to manage our anger.
ANGER MANAGEMENT GROUP: SATURDAYS at 12 PM.
Call, text, or email today to sign up 310-721-7338, firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky White, M.A., Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern #75135