Anger Management Program in Los Angeles

man in an anger management program talks with therapistMental health concerns and emotional distress can cause a range of intense emotions, such as anger and frustration. Anger is not a negative emotion itself, but when it is not managed well, it can negatively impact your mental health and well-being, as well as your relationships and work. The good news is that anger can be managed effectively with the right approaches and guidance. At Peer Mental Wellness, we understand the importance of anger management and have incorporated it into our outpatient mental health treatment programs. Our anger management program in Los Angeles features evidence-based and holistic approaches to help individuals learn how to manage their anger and build healthier relationships.

Ready to learn more? Call 714.844.5473 or reach out to our team online to learn more about mental health disorder treatment in Los Angeles at Peer Mental Wellness.

Anger and Mental Health

Anger responses can be triggered by various factors and can present themselves in various ways. For example, feeling angry may be a symptom of depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. If not appropriately treated, anger can also lead to more severe emotional and behavioral problems. Adequately addressing and managing anger is essential for positive mental health and well-being. 

Some of the signs that you could benefit from Anger Management classes include:

  • You find yourself getting angry or frustrated easily
  • You often act out in anger, resulting in destructive or aggressive behavior
  • You have difficulty calming yourself down when feeling angry
  • Your anger is negatively impacting your relationships and work performance
  • You are overly critical of yourself or others

If any of the above apply, the anger management program at Peer Mental Wellness can help.

How Our Anger Management Program Can Help

The Peer Mental Wellness anger management program is designed to help clients understand their triggers and develop healthy coping mechanisms to manage their responses healthily. Our anger management classes are offered within our partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs, depending on the individual’s unique needs.

The program consists of various modules that explore the causes, symptoms, and types of anger. We also teach clients practical techniques for coping with anger, including meditation, mindfulness, and communication strategies. These techniques can help clients regulate their emotions and be more mentally resilient in response to stressful situations.

What to Expect in Anger Management Classes

Peer Mental Wellness anger management classes typically last for eight to twelve weeks, with one to two hours per session. Each session includes class discussions, group exercises, and one-on-one meetings with our counselors. Our counselors are highly experienced and trained to guide clients in their journey toward managing their anger. Clients can expect to learn practical techniques, skills, and strategies that they can implement in their lives. Our classes are also a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can share their experiences and emotions.

Anger management classes complement traditional treatments for mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Our counseling teams are highly experienced and can provide you with the guidance and support that you need to control your anger and improve your mental health.

Reach Out to Peer Mental Wellness Today

At Peer Mental Wellness, we understand the complexity and sensitivity of mental health issues, including anger management. Our anger management program is designed to help you gain control of your emotions and lead a more fulfilling and balanced life. Speak with our intake team today to learn more about our programs and the ways in which we can support you. Your path to mental wellness begins here.

Call 714.844.5473 or connect with our team online to discover how anger management can be part of your recovery journey.