The phrase, “anger management” usually refers to a program of techniques and exercises designed to help a person gain control of excessive anger or rage. While expressing anger can be a healthy release of frustration, uncontrolled rage – such as a fist through the wall, things thrown about, cars driven erratically – can lead to family problems, health issues, job difficulties, legal problems, and worse. Because men have been socialized to be more comfortable with expressing anger than with expressing other emotions, they are at risk of transforming all negative feelings into anger. This isn’t the way it needs to be.
Ways to Change Behavior
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Anger Management Counseling
The Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan provides the following services to help men understand the emotional dynamics of anger, observe and deconstruct their negative and distorted thinking patterns, and identify their anger triggers. We assist them in learning to handle conflict situations and teach them how to manage their feelings, all toward the goal of creating a more healthy and accountable lifestyle.
Get confidential phone counseling from experienced, licensed, master’s-level counselors right from the privacy of your own home or office.
In-Person Counseling and Therapy
The comprehensive in-person counseling and therapy programs of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan help men pursue personal and relational growth.
Anger Management Support Group
Anger management support group offers support for those who have trouble controlling their anger and whose rage has caused significant problems.
Anger Management Workshops
These workshops provide effective intervention and management strategies for therapists and other professionals working with men who have anger issues.
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Prevent bullying at school through innovative administrative polices, effective student curricula, and assertive intervention and prevention strategies.
What Kind of Abusive Man am I?
This anonymous self-screening test can help you understand your own personality style, triggers for abusive behaviors, and self-management strategies.