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Control Your Anger And Improve Your Relationships

Anger management counseling in Denver, Colorado to help you take control of your anger.

Out of control anger can cause a lot of pain in your life and relationships.

When your anger feels out of control it can create a lot of problems in your life. It doesn't feel good when your emotions seem out of your control. 

If you're looking for a way to take control of your anger and heal your relationships, we can help.

We specialize in anger management in Denver, Colorado. Our counselors understand anger and we can help you learn how to take control of this emotion.


 We provide some of the best anger management Denver has to offer. Here’s how we do it:


Feel in control of your emotions and your life with anger management

Taking control of your anger will help you feel in control of your life, your relationships, and your career. Anger management is all about controlling your emotions.


Successfully manage conflict with anger management counseling

You can manage conflict in your life when you know how to control your anger. Anger management will help you control your emotions so you can deal with conflict effectively.


Heal your relationships by being in control of your anger

Anger often hurts the people closest to you. Improving your anger can help heal your relationships, marriage, and family.

The increasing frequency and intensity of my anger outbursts alarmed my family, my co-workers and me. I wasn’t looking for another counselor to help me control my anger — I wanted the outbursts to stop. After a period of sessions with Ipseity Counseling, I trusted Cody to help me reconcile my internal beliefs and conflicts on a deeply emotional level. We found a healing point at which I could confidently discontinue counseling. Today I no longer respond irrationally to anger triggers and the people in my life have noticed the change.

Kevin from Denver, CO

 Do you want to change the way anger is affecting your life? We’re here to help.

Cody Mitts, MA, NCC, LPC

Anger Management Counselor

Hi, I’m Cody Mitts an anger management counselor in Denver, Colorado. Our counseling center specializes in treating anger problems because of the difference it can make in your relationships, your family, and your own personal life.

If you’re struggling to control anger in your life we’d love to talk with you, answer your questions, or help you get started with counseling when you’re ready.

You can reach us by calling:

(720) 507-8170 

 Do you want to know more about our anger management counseling in Denver?

How Does Anger Management Work?

We use an anger management method called the ASCEND method. This is an anger management program designed by a psychologist to help you understand your anger and learn the skills you need to control this emotion. This approach has helped hundreds of people in Denver, Colorado to take control of their anger.

How Do I Know If I Need Anger Management Counseling?

Anger is a normal emotion to experience. You might consider counseling if this emotion is causing problems in your relationships, at work, with your kids, if it just doesn’t feel good personally, or if other people have suggested you consider therapy. Talk with one of our anger management counselors to see if counseling might be right for you.

Where is your office located?

Our office is centrally located in the Cherry Creek/Glendale area of Denver. Our building is easy to find and offers free parking.

A 12 week self improvement anger management program

We provide a 12 week self improvement course to improve the way anger is affecting your life. We’ve helped everyone from stay at home moms and dads, to business executives, teachers, lawyers, college students, men and women.

A Program That’s Designed To Improve Your Anger

We use the ASCEND method of anger management designed by Dr. Michael Ballard. This method of anger management will help you understand how your anger works, and learn the skills to regulate your emotions more successfully.

12 Week Anger Management Program

>  Anger awareness

>  Emotional regulation

>  Effective communication

>  Conflict management

Denver Anger Management Therapy

Counseling Options

Individual Anger Management Counseling

Individual anger counseling gives you the time and personal attention to address your specific challenges with anger.

Anger Management Classes in Denver

Anger management group gives you support from your peers in a safe environment. Classes are led by an experienced therapist.

Child and Adolescent Anger Management

Anger management for your child will help them learn to regulate their emotios

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Our Location

300 S. Jackson St. Denver, CO 80209

Anger Management Counseling in Denver That Really Works!

Meet Our Denver Anger Management Counselors

Are you ready to change the way anger’s affecting your life?

We’ve been helping people deal with their anger for years.

Anger doesn’t have to control your life and we’d love to show you how!

Call or e-mail us to meet one of our Denver anger management therapists.


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Anger Management Therapy In Denver

When Is Anger A Problem?

An anger management counselor will help you understand how anger is affecting your life in a negative way.

Many people get anger counseling because anger has caused a problem but they don’t know why. 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
  • Anger feels like it goes from 0 to 100
  • Experiencing road rage while driving
  • Anger has affected your job or career
  • Anger has caused a problem with your family

If you could use some help controlling your anger, our anger management counseling in Denver might be just what you need.

Anger Management Program in Denver

How Anger Management Therapy 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 class, or work with a counselor individually.

You’ll learn the skills 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.

Address the core problem of your anger.

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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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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 additional support from people experiencing similar problems. Individual anger counseling offers more flexibility and the time to address specific anger problems you’re having.

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.

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. 


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.

Who's In The anger management Class?

A common misconception is that the anger management class will be full of people forced into counseling. Anger affects everyone and our group is full of people like you who want to improve the way anger is affecting their families, relationships, and daily lives.

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.

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How much does anger management cost?

We understand that cost is a consideration for therapy. There are benefits to each type of therapy depending on what you want to accomplish with counseling. Contact us to learn more.
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