Anger can be useful and even motivating in some situations.
Unfortunately, when anger becomes too intense, it can absorb all our focus and make it difficult to see or think clearly, taking us away from what’s important. It can lead to aggression that can damage ourselves and those around us. It may even get in the way of a good thing we have going on.
Although anger may feel explosive, its roots often lie in deeper, pent-up negative emotions, like annoyances, disappointment, or guilt. These emotions can accumulate from experiences that vary between specific situations that threaten us or our interests, the influence of family or friends, a pattern that has become a habit from past experiences, or other mental health concerns.
Anger and Biinu.
At Biinu, we understand that there must be a valid reason for anger. We help you understand the deeper roots of the anger you are feeling, and how it connects to other parts of your life. By doing so, it allows for a clearer picture on the underlying patterns and triggers.
We can tailor practical strategies that help you manage the accumulation of anger and better resolve the urges to react angrily, allowing you to transform your human experience and connections.
Therapies for Anger
We match therapies with the specific causes of your concerns, including:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Positive Psychology
- Motivational Interviewing
- Schema Therapy
- Family Systems Therapy
Acknowledging anger is a commendable first step.
When we start to realise that anger is problematic to our human experience, this is a commendable first step towards resolution.
Learning how to channel our anger according to each situation is not an easy process, but there is a way and it can lead towards more harmony.
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