Anger Management Therapy

Unmanaged anger can lead to outbursts, aggression and violence. Learn to recognize triggers and regulate these feelings and behaviors effectively. Even the Hulk takes long breaks from intense emotions.

Are you holding onto resentment or grudges and feeling triggered by almost anything? Speaking with someone can help you resolve intense feelings that take up too much space in your life.

Get private, nonjudgemental treatment online for high levels of Anger

If you are living with anger issues, or have a family member who is dealing with pent-up anger, the first thing to know is that you are not alone. For individuals who are ready to speak with someone about how they can better manage their intense feelings, kindbridge can connect you with a licenced therapist in as little as 24hrs.

For family members, it is important to know that recovery often starts with a parent, spouse or family member taking the first step toward intervention. Seeking the personal advice of a therapist is completely normal and recommended.

Getting started only takes a minute.

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Why choose Kindbridge

We understand how troubling it can be for someone to live with anger issues. We also know how frightening it can be for the whole family. Our licenced counseling team has the knowledge and expertise to provide tailored therapy to clients and their loved ones.

When anger takes hold in a person’s life, many other areas in their life start to decay:

  1. Relationships: Spouse, Children, Friends, Romantic Partners

  2. Career: Performance and Productivity, Ability to Focus

  3. Physical: Feelings of fatigue, lack of energy

  4. Emotional: Inability to resolve conflicts in a healthy or productive manner

  5. Mental: Negative Thought Patterns, Sense of Dread

We can help you get your life back under control. We offer specialized treatment in a telehealth format which is tailored just for you. Our licenced counselors get you reorientated by helping you:

  1. Change harmful thinking and behavioral patterns

  2. Repair broken relationships

  3. Create habits that restore balance in your life

  4. Set goals that give you purpose


How it works

Therapy may seem daunting, especially if you have never had it before. But Kindbridge’s specialized approach means that you are guided through treatment and recovery from your first contact with us.

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After you get in touch, we will book a call to discuss what treatment will be best tailored to you.

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Match Making

Our intake specialist will match the right therapist for you based on your needs and their specialties.

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Begin your therapy sessions, and start your journey to healthier habits and a happier you.

How do I know I have an anger problem?

Some individuals don’t feel like they have a problem at all, whereas others recognize the problem yet struggle to get things back under control. Since everyone is different, we’ve created a 2-minute test that might indicate whether you have an anger problem. For family members who think there is a problem, but aren’t clear about the signs, we’ve also created a separate test for you.

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Watch: Demystifying Therapy - Guide to treatment and why it works.

Many individuals are afraid of seeking help, and what it all means when they do. What am I admitting to? Will it work? What if I am a lost cause? But therapy is truly about uncovering the root cause of a problem, and taking steps towards regaining control of your life.

Attend: Anger Management Peer Support Group (Saturdays at 10 am)

Meeting others who are living with anger management issues can be a great and unintimidating way to see how counseling works.

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