Anger Management

Anger is an outcome of different internal processes, usually stemming from a combination of known external factors and internal attributes. Our ability to deal with anger is too decided by a number of factors, including how self aware we are, what we see ourselves as and more.

At the end of the day, anger impairs our ability to make sound judgements, especially in the heat of the moment, leads us to making rash decisions, damages personal relationships and hampers professional progress, among other outcomes. That apart, the stressful states our bodies go through during periods of uncontrolled anger and rage, further damages our bodies, not only in that present moment, but for as long as we recall the episode and are adversely impacted by the memory.

During this program, you will understand the root cause of your anger, the internal processes that result in our becoming angry, the choices of the present that lead us to where we are and the factors in the past that might have contributed to our current choices. Further, you’ll learn different perspectives and methods of addressing negative feelings, and more, towards your journey of inner peace.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Anger is a normal and healthy emotion, but it can become a problem if it's expressed in unhealthy or destructive ways. Here are some strategies that may help with anger management:
  1. Identify triggers: Try to identify what triggers your anger. This can help you anticipate and avoid situations that might make you angry.
  2. Practice relaxation techniques: Relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, meditation, or yoga, can help reduce feelings of anger and help you stay calm in stressful situations.
  3. Use "I" statements: When expressing your feelings, use "I" statements instead of blaming or accusing others. This can help reduce defensiveness and promote open communication.
  4. Take a break: If you feel yourself getting angry, take a break and remove yourself from the situation. Take a walk or engage in a calming activity to help reduce your anger.
  5. Seek support: If you're struggling with anger management, consider seeking support from a mental health professional. A therapist can help you identify the underlying causes of your anger and develop strategies to manage it.
Remember, managing anger is a process that takes time and effort. Be patient with yourself and celebrate small victories along the way. With the right strategies and support, you can learn to manage your anger in a healthy and productive way.

Additional information

Program duration

4 weeks

Number of sessions


Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

60 minutes

Mode of delivery

Video call

WhatsApp Support

Not included