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Anger Management Therapy

Anger can fuel your actions, but it can also lead to destruction. If you’re in addiction treatment, you may be angry at people in your past or present, such as friends, family, or even society. To live a better life, you must learn how to manage your anger in anger management therapy. Then, you can productively process your emotions after anger management classes. The skills you will learn during mental health therapy sessions can be a significant part of your treatment and recovery.

WHY SHOULD I START ANGER MANAGEMENT THERAPY?

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A motivating reason to deal with your anger is recovery wellness. Your irritation can cause you to relapse if you try to hold these emotions in or mistreat other people because of your feelings. Additionally, anger can stall your recovery or cause legal, health, or relationship problems. These potential problems make it clear that you must participate in anger management therapy. 

 

Anger management classes can teach you how to handle your anger healthily. Therapy options, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, can also help. For instance, CBT teaches you methods to stop negative thinking and feelings that drive negative actions.

Anger can be a natural reaction to your situations in life. However, if you are angry all the time and lash out or mishandle your feelings, you may suffer consequences. Anger can be healthy when you control it, but it can also be harmful and unproductive.

 

Two of the causes of harmful anger are pain and fear. Pain can come from loss, someone hurting you, or mistreating you. On the other hand, fear can come from a desire not to get left behind, embarrass yourself, or look silly. Once you know the cause of your anger, you can address the problem's root.

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Clinical Mental Health Therapies

We use a combination of advanced psychological methods and personal interaction to address your disorder or behaviors. We can help you overcome your problems in a way that is beneficial for you and those around you.

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Intensive Outpatient Program

Clients with a personalized treatment plan that includes IOP receive at least nine hours of outpatient therapy weekly. Clients on this treatment schedule typically meet with their specialist three to five times weekly. The length of the client’s appointment varies from one to three hours.

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Telehealth Services

Some people struggle to physically access treatment centers. These individuals can benefit from telehealth solutions, which expand access to talk therapy. Anyone with a computer or mobile device can take advantage of telehealth opportunities. Telehealth can be ideal for both long-term treatment and short-term concerns. Harmony Bay’s telehealth services are provided by licensed clinicians who are equipped to assist with a variety of mental health issues, including common co-occurring disorders.

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Integrative Welness Servicies

We believe in integrative wellness services as a holistic approach to therapy. Our providers may recommend yoga, meditation, sleep management, and other stress-reduction techniques.

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Psychiatric Evaluations

We offer a psychiatric assessment or screening that allows us to gather information about your mental health disorder and make an accurate diagnosis. Our assessment is the first step in our extensive treatment process.

Clinical Mental Health Therapies

We use a combination of advanced psychological methods and personal interaction to address your disorder or behaviors. We can help you overcome your problems in a way that is beneficial for you and those around you.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Clients with a personalized treatment plan that includes IOP receive at least nine hours of outpatient therapy weekly. Clients on this treatment schedule typically meet with their specialist three to five times weekly. The length of the client’s appointment varies from one to three hours.

Telehealth Services

Some people struggle to physically access treatment centers. These individuals can benefit from telehealth solutions, which expand access to talk therapy. Anyone with a computer or mobile device can take advantage of telehealth opportunities. Telehealth can be ideal for both long-term treatment and short-term concerns. Harmony Bay’s telehealth services are provided by licensed clinicians who are equipped to assist with a variety of mental health issues, including common co-occurring disorders.

Integrative Welness Servicies

We believe in integrative wellness services as a holistic approach to therapy. Our providers may recommend yoga, meditation, sleep management, and other stress-reduction techniques.

Psychiatric Evaluations

We offer a psychiatric assessment or screening that allows us to gather information about your mental health disorder and make an accurate diagnosis. Our assessment is the first step in our extensive treatment process.

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