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Anger Management

1) Do you notice physiological signs when you get angry that cause distress like feeling dizzy, nausea, out of breath, sweating, etc.
2) Do you notice psychological signs when you get angry that cause distress like depression, anxiety, guilt, shame, irritated, etc.
3) Does your anger last longer than you would like?
4) Does your anger cause problems in relationships, such as allowing it to ruin a relationship with someone you loved or liked?
5)Does your anger happen frequently?
6)Do you get out of control when you get angry?

Some physical symptoms of anger-related problems include:

    Heart palpitations or tightening of the chest
    Increased blood pressure
    Pressure in the head or sinus cavities


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the most common forms of therapy and tends to be shorter in duration than other modalities.


The purpose of the treatment is to help an angry person recognize the self-defeating negative thoughts that lie behind anger issues. Clientswork with a mental health professional to learn how to manage stressful life circumstances more successfully.

The specific steps in cognitive behavioral therapy include:

    Identification of situations or circumstances in your life that lead to trouble
    Awareness of your thoughts and emotions surrounding anger triggers
    Acknowledgement of inaccurate, negative thought patterns
    Relearning of healthier, positive thought patterns


Anger Management Group
Due to COVID-19 the next upcoming group block will begin on Monday,August 3rd. Groups consist of 12 weekly sessions. This is a closed group, and only those who call or sign-up will be included. For specific questions about this service offered, please contact Christopher Jakub at (440) 732-6554. 
Ask about our pay-ahead discount! 

To register, please take the time to fill out the information below.

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