Anger Treatment In Denver
Need help with your anger?
Are you considering getting help with your anger? We specialize in anger management counseling in Denver, Colorado.
Anger management will help you change the way anger impacts your life, and show you how to express it in a healthy way.
Anger Management Skills & Tools
Learn the necessary tools to control your anger. We will help you increase the emotional skills you need to express anger in a healthy way.
Deal With Anger In A positive Way
The goal of anger management is help you express you anger positively. You will discover how to change the way anger impacts your life.
Understand the Cause of Your Anger
For long term success with anger you need to understand what’s causing this emotion. You’ll learn more about your triggers and how to deal with them.
Why Our Anger Management Program Is Different
Anger Management For Every Day Problems
Many anger management programs are designed to help people with court orders or required classes. Our Denver anger management program is designed to help people with the everyday problems anger causes. We’ve helped everyone from stay at home moms to business executives, teachers, lawyers, college students, men and women.
Anger Management That’s Designed To Work
We used the ASCEND method of anger management designed by Dr. Michael Ballard. Through years of experience we’ve found that anger can be changed when you understand how it works, and learn the skills to manage it effectively.
Free Anger Management Guide
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Hi, I’m Cody Mitts a Denver Anger Management Counselor
Are you ready to change the way anger’s affecting your life?
I’ve been helping people deal with their anger for years.
Anger doesn’t have to control your life and I’d love to show you how!
Call me or e-mail me to get started with anger management counseling in Denver.
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Anger Management Counseling In Denver
Do You Have An Anger Problem?
A Denver anger management specialist can help you understand how anger is affecting your life in a negative way.
You might be asking yourself “Do I have an anger problem?“
Sometimes it’s difficult to recognize that your anger is becoming a problem. Here’s some common signs that you might need help with your anger.
- You get angry on a regular basis
- Other people have said your anger is a problem
- You explode when you get angry
- Anger has caused a problem in a relationship
- You can get aggressive when angry
- Experiencing road rage while driving
- Anger has affected your job or career
Anger Management In Denver
How Anger Management Counseling Works
Our Denver anger management counselors use the ASCEND method of anger management designed by Dr. Michael Ballard. This anger management program was researched and developed based on neuroscience to help you deal with your anger in a positive way.
There’s no one size fits all with counseling. We can tailor anger management counseling based on your particular needs and goals. You can join a Denver anger management group, or work with a counselor individually.
You’ll learn the skills necessary to express your anger in a healthy way. If you would like to “dig a little deeper” we can help you discover what’s causing your anger and work on healing the root cause.
This method has helped many people in Denver experience less anger and start feeling like anger is an emotion you can control. Check out the links below to learn more.
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Anger Management Class In Denver
Group Counseling For Anger
Our Denver anger managment class is a great way to improve your anger. The group is led by an experienced anger management counselor and gives you the added support that comes from group therapy.
The anger management group is 12 weeks long and teaches you how to control your anger before it becomes a problem.
Group counseling is a great option if you’re wanting to better understand your anger and learn the practical skills to control your behaviors.
Anger Management Counseling
Frequently Asked Questions
What Do you learn in anger management?
Anger management counseling will help you understand how your anger works. You’ll learn to recognize the warning signs of anger and the practical ways to change your behaviors.
Is anger bad for your health?
It may seem obvious, but prolonged anger can have a negative affect on your health. Studies have found that people with higher anger have more health problems such as higher blood pressure, higher rate of heart disease, fatigue, and higher cholesterol.
How do I fix anger in a relationship?
Relationship problems are one of the most common issues with anger. You’ll learn more effective ways to manage conflict in your relationship and skills such as how to take a timeout when you’re angry.
Are anger management classes just for men?
No, all of our anger management programs including anger management groups have men and women. Anger doesn’t just affect men. Sometimes our culture teaches us that anger is a problem that only men struggle with. We intentionally have men and women in our groups.
How can I tell if I need anger management?
Everyone expereinces anger, so anyone could benefit from understanding anger more effectively. Counseling is beneficial if you’re experiencing anger more often than you would like, your anger is very intense or destructive, or you can’t seem to control this emotion when it happens.
How long is anger management?
Our anger management program takes 12 weeks to complete. This 12 week process will teach you anger awareness, how to slow down your anger, and effective ways to express this emotion. It has helped hundreds of people across Denver change the way anger affects their life.
What's the difference between anger management classes and individual anger counseling?
Each approach to anger counseling has it’s benefits. Anger classes offer the additional support of group counseling. Individual counseling offers more flexibility and the time to address specific anger problems you’re having.
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