Anger Therapy

Neurofeedback Therapy & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy located in Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA
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Anger Therapy services offered in Nationwide

Anger is a normal and often healthy response to negative events. But when uncontrollable anger begins to negatively impact your relationships, job, or quality of life, it may be time to get professional help. FamilyTime Centers provides innovative anger treatment techniques for individuals in Valley Village, CA battling persistent and unmanageable feelings of rage.

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When Is Anger A Problem?

Clients who have been struggling with anger have admitted that they are struggling to recognize if anger is actually causing them pain. Blame minimization, self righteousness rationalization and depression interfere as much as addiction. Most anger-related kids grow up within a family with a tendency toward self regulation, normalization and coping mechanisms. Or, their relatives were struggling to control feelings and personal boundaries in a different way. In addition chronic stress can cause you to lose your ability to brake emotions and increase stress levels. Often Chronic anger leads to emotional reactivity and uncontrolled anger management, while anger is a normal emotion, angry outbursts can effect your life in a negative way.

Symptoms of Anger

Anger issues are as common and serious as depression. Many of the symptoms aren't noticed or they do not realize how the treatment might be done. However, the importance of identifying the symptoms of unrestricted or uncontrolled anger at an early stage is crucial.

  1. Intense feelings: Individuals with anger issues often experience intense and overwhelming feelings of anger. They may have difficulty controlling their anger and find it challenging to calm down even in relatively minor situations.
  2. Frequent irritability: Ongoing irritability and a short temper are common symptoms of anger issues. Individuals may become easily irritated by small things, leading to outbursts or a persistent state of irritability.
  3. Verbal or physical aggression: Anger issues can manifest as aggressive behavior, including yelling, shouting, or engaging in physical altercations. This aggression may be directed towards others or towards objects.
  4. Impatience: Impatience is another symptom of anger issues. Individuals may have difficulty tolerating delays, interruptions, or perceived incompetence in others, leading to frustration and anger.
  5. Hostility and resentment: Feelings of hostility and resentment may be present in individuals with anger issues. They may hold grudges, have a general sense of negativity towards others, or feel easily slighted.
  6. Increased heart rate and blood pressure: Anger can trigger physiological responses, such as an increased heart rate and elevated blood pressure. These physical symptoms are often associated with anger and can have long-term health implications if not effectively managed.
  7. Relationship difficulties: Uncontrolled anger can strain relationships, both personal and professional. Individuals may have difficulty maintaining healthy relationships due to frequent conflicts, arguments, or displays of anger.
  8. Impulsive behavior: Anger issues can lead to impulsive actions or decisions made in the heat of the moment. These impulsive behaviors may have negative consequences and can further exacerbate the anger problems.

Recognizing these symptoms and seeking appropriate treatment is essential for managing anger issues. Effective treatment methods, such as anger management therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and stress management techniques, can help individuals develop healthier coping mechanisms and improve emotional regulation skills. It is important to consult with a mental health professional to receive a proper evaluation and develop a personalized treatment plan based on individual needs.


How Can Brain Training Help People Control Their Anger?

It is almost like a daily battle of anger. The frequency of traumatic events can affect both physical and sexual wellbeing. Through the neurofeedback treatment of anger, the human system is now equipped to manage the anger and live to its fullest. Our approach to neurofeedback for anger management in Abu Dhabi uses an EEG system which can track the brain activity of people. In typical sessions the client is sitting in an upright position watching whatever television shows you choose at the moment. When you are in action you can place a camera behind your head to measure EEGs.

What Are The Benefits Of Neurofeedback Therapy?

Neurofeedback offers multiple benefits to a person needing help with anger management. It teaches patients how to utilize their mental and physical connections to help prevent overreacting and angering behaviors in adolescents and adults.

How It Works

We've been consulted to identify the best solution for your particular needs within a consultation period. This is a detailed assessment to determine what your brain needs to improve your cognitive performance. Get individualized solutions tailored to your specific situation. We begin the neurotraining session with enhancing our brain. We'll repeat neuropsychological assessments for you to track.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT has been used to treat many emotions, such anger problems such as excessive anger. CBT provides guidance on how to recognize emotions and coping abilities when managing your emotions and behaviors. It gives the body a more calm feeling and helps with controlling the way you feel.

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Quiet the Rage

The caring therapists of the Family Time Center are here to help when your child can't stop tantruming, your teen constantly loses it or you find yourself screaming, out of control or even threatening the ones you most love. Science tells us that activation of the limbic system produces intense emotional responses as intense anger, fear, loss of reasoning, and poor impulse control. The Brain Paint Neurofeedback training available at FamiltyTime Center of Valley Village has helped many people regain their lives, their loves and their families by helping them regulate their limbic system and thus their anger, especially when paired with the appropriate psychotherapy.

Get the Help You Need

Constant feelings of intense anger can have far-reaching consequences, including acts of aggression or violence, the destruction of important relationships, and an increased risk of health problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, and depression. If you feel angry or someone you care about can benefit from anger treatment, reach out to FamilyTime Centers to explore the options available.

Here to Help

Our goal at The Family Time Center of North Hollywood is to help people face their difficulties in the least restrictive way. Counseling and neurofeedback training are often the first choice for many. Often neurofeedback training and counseling enable people to meet this goal. FamilyTime Center wants your and family members to better lead the kind of life going forward that you always wanted for you and your loved one, it's our mission and our promise.

What is the best therapy for anger?

The best therapy for anger can vary depending on individual needs and preferences. However, neurofeedback therapy has shown promise in helping individuals regulate their emotions, including anger. Neurofeedback therapy is a non-invasive treatment method that trains the brain to self-regulate through targeted brainwave activity. By providing real-time feedback on brain activity, neurofeedback sessions can help individuals identify and modify thought patterns and emotional responses associated with anger.

Is there a brain chemical for anger?

While there isn't a specific brain chemical solely responsible for anger, brain activity and neurotransmitters play a role in emotional regulation, including anger. Various neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, are involved in modulating emotions. However, the experience of anger is a complex interplay of neural networks and cognitive processes rather than a single brain chemical.

How do I train my brain to be less angry?

Training the brain to be less angry involves various strategies and therapeutic approaches. One effective method is neurofeedback training, which helps individuals recognize and modify their brainwave activity patterns associated with anger. Through targeted exercises and feedback, individuals can learn to regulate their emotions and develop healthier thought patterns and emotional responses. Additionally, anger management therapy and techniques, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness practices, can provide tools for understanding and managing anger triggers, improving self-awareness, and promoting healthier coping mechanisms.

What psychiatric medicine is good for anger?

It's important to consult with a qualified psychiatrist or mental health professional to determine the most appropriate psychiatric medication for anger control. Medications are typically prescribed based on an individual's specific symptoms and underlying conditions. In some cases, medications targeting anxiety, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), may be prescribed to help manage anger issues. However, the suitability of medication will depend on the individual's overall health, medical history, and a comprehensive evaluation by a healthcare professional.

Please note that the information provided here is for informational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. It is important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional for personalized guidance and treatment options for anger management.

Learn to control anger before it controls you. Contact FamilyTime Center of Valley Village today for your appointment to find out more about how we provide anger treatment.