Anger Management & Counseling

Take Charge of Your Emotions, Learn to Manage Your Anger, and Live Your Life Again.

You Can Control Your Anger

Whether anger has been a short or long term issue, the counselors at South Charlotte Family Counseling, PLLC, can help you identify the way your anger uniquely operates, providing a variety of techniques to help you manage it better. We help you understand that anger is a secondary emotion driven by underlying causes like anxiety, sadness, guilt, and other emotions. This is why it can difficult to resolve anger; the focus is on the wrong emotion. By focusing on the driver behind your anger, we can begin to understand and work towards control, resolution, and better living.

Common Experiences of Anger:

  • Do you find yourself becoming easily and frequently angered over little things?
  • Does your partner and family describe you as having a ‘short fuse’, or needing to ‘walk on egg eggshells
  • Is there added stress in your relationships because of your anger?
  • Are your children afraid of your anger and pull away from you?
  • Did you grow up in a house with a lot of anger or fighting, or was anger not allowed in any form’?
  • Have you ever been involved in a physical altercation or destroyed/damaged property because you were angry?
  • Do you lose your temper in traffic, or with ‘stupid’ people?
  • Do you have high blood pressure, digestive issues, insomnia, heart issues, etc?

Take Charge of Your Emotions, Learn to Manage Your Anger,
and Live Your Life Again.

We believe God brings each and every one of our patients into our practice. He understands the pain caused from distress and disillusionment. We want you to experience the joy of being heard, the peace of knowing there is hope, and the power of grace. We are not alone in our journey here, and neither are you. Speak with us today!

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; the sad truth is you are the one who gets burned, and continues to feel and experience the pain.”