Anger Management

Compass Mental Health & Wellness

Integrated Psychiatric and Family Medicine Practice & Psychiatric Mental Health Care located in Houston, TX

Anger is a normal, healthy emotion that everyone experiences sometimes. Feeling and expressing anger usually don’t result in lasting issues, but if you feel angry most of the time or have trouble controlling your anger, you might have a problem with anger management. An experienced mental health professional can help you learn to control your anger. Luciana Thompson, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, Anna Lander, FNP-BC, and the team at Compass Mental Health & Wellness have the training and expertise to help children, teens, and adults manage their anger. To schedule an evaluation for anger management, call the office in North Houston, Texas, or book online today.

Anger Management Q & A

What is anger management?

When children and adults experience anger regularly or can't control how they express their feelings, anger management training helps restore a healthier relationship with their emotions. 

At Compass Mental Health & Wellness, anger management counseling services take a personalized approach. The professional team helps you identify the underlying cause of your excessive anger, situations that trigger uncontrollable rage, and solutions that keep you grounded and in charge of your emotional response.

Sometimes a court orders people to participate in anger management training. You can also choose anger management counseling to help yourself or your child with anger problems.

What signs indicate problems with anger management?

Persistent, extreme anger characterizes a problem with anger management. Common signs of destructive anger patterns include:

  • Sudden angry outbursts
  • Persistent feelings of frustration
  • Blaming others for your difficulties
  • Relationship struggles
  • Career issues
  • Violent aggression
  • Alcohol or drug abuse
  • Legal troubles


Excessive anger can lead to physical symptoms like prolonged muscle tension, high blood pressure, increased heart rate, and elevated cortisol levels. These symptoms can cause serious health complications over time. 

What causes anger management issues?

Stress, family trouble, and financial issues can trigger ongoing anger. It may also arise due to an underlying mental health condition like depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, or substance abuse. 

Individual brain chemistry also factors into how well you can control your anger.

What's involved in anger management training?

The skilled team at Compass Mental Health & Wellness creates a customized plan for anger management treatment. Individual programs focus on both mental and physical wellness.

The team addresses your anger and any underlying psychological or physical health conditions using a combination of counseling techniques, natural remedies, and pharmaceuticals.

Your comprehensive anger management program may include:

  • Individual or family counseling
  • Anger education
  • Mindfulness techniques
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Sleep analysis
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Exercise recommendations
  • Medication management


Compass Mental Health & Wellness helps you learn to express your feelings and identify triggers and behaviors that lead to unhealthy patterns. Gradually, this comprehensive approach allows you to feel empowered and calm, even in unexpected situations. 

Completing anger management training also helps the people in your life feel safe and comfortable, so relationships at work and home become healthier.

If unhealthy anger interferes with your quality of life, call Compass Mental Health & Wellness to schedule a confidential evaluation or book online today.

 

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