Anger Management Therapy

Everyone gets angry at times. It could be a stranger, a loved one, or even yourself that become a target of your ire. You might get mad over external events, such as political issues, someone misbehaving, or a delayed flight. While anger is a normal human emotion, uncontrolled or misplaced anger can be a problem. Dr. Joseph Lancaster is the most trusted psychologist for providing therapy for anger management. He can help recognize and avoid triggers that make you angry. You can learn different strategies to control your anger. Also, He can provide you with ways to help manage the inevitable anger that sometimes flashes without warning.

What Is Uncontrolled Anger?

Anger is a natural human emotion invoked when someone experiences fear, injustice, hurt, and frustration. Uncontrolled anger differs from one person to another. Some people quietly see the things happening in the world, while others can’t help but dwell on events that make them mad. Some have such a quick temper that they exhibit aggressive and violent behavior.

However, anger can be dysfunctional as people who experience it often don’t realize how big this problem is. Many people fail to see the long-term consequences of uncontrolled anger, including health effects like increased risk of heart attack, high blood pressure, and social disharmony among family members, friends, and coworkers.

Anger Management Therapists can help you learn how to control your anger. Below are some signs to recognize that you have anger or social anxiety issues:

Signs of Issue:

🔸You are not welcomed in business establishments.

🔸You are thinking about getting revenge or nursing a grudge.

🔸You feel angry maximum times.

🔸You have a dissonance with coworkers.

🔸You think about being aggressive or violent when angry.

🔸Your friends or family members believe that you have an anger problem.

🔸Your loved ones think that your anger and behavioral issues have increased the distance between you and them.

Take Expert Help For Anger Management

Therapy For Anger Management is highly effective in treating anger. Several large-scale studies have concluded that approximately 75% of people who received anger management therapy experience improvement in their behavior. Seeing a psychologist can help as you can explore how your anger can be harmful, both in the short-term and long-term. With the help of psychologists, you can examine the thoughts that precede your anger and explore an accurate assessment of reality. Feel free to contact Dr. Joseph Lancaster, who could help you learn to resolve conflicts more constructively and build relationships again that you have damaged by your anger.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Gnostic Pneumatherapy
  • Mindfulness therapy
  • Hypnotherapy


frustration, hurt, fear

  • Yes, due to good rapport between patient and therapist
  • Yes, due to being “responsible”
  • Yes, due to applying necessary applications
  • Gnostic Pneumatherapy
  • Mindfulness therapy 
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Talk therapy
  • When a person’s ego is spontaneously influenced by a bad complex (e.g., anger), that person naturally “wills” themselves to be angry within or outwardly. If this problem is not resolved (e.g., via “shadow work”, etc.), then it will occur often.