Anger Management

Anger, which activates the flight or fight mechanism in our brain, is meant to be a short-term harnessing of energy to react to immediate threat or danger. It can, if activated habitually, be very bad for your physical as well as emotional health leading, among other problems to: hypertension, elevated cholesterol levels, blocked arteries and increased susceptibility to infection.

Yet anger, which includes habitual feelings of irritation, can be managed very successfully with the use of simple strategies, including Mindfulness routines, re-framing and other exercises,which we will explore.

You should notice significant reduction of anger symptoms within 3-6 sessions.