Anger management involves recognizing signs of anger and learning how to cope in a productive way. Our psychiatric nurse practitioners have extensive background in recognizing and treating complex anger disorders and we offer comprehensive treatments. Between regular visits with our Denver, Colorado practice and telemedicine sessions, you have flexible options for getting the anger management care you need. Schedule your evaluation by submitting a "contact us" inquiry or by calling the clinic.
The first step in anger management is recognizing symptoms and understanding that you need help. It’s important to seek treatment for anger management if you feel like you regularly have to hold in your anger or seem to get frustrated easily. You should consider getting help if you:
Getting help for anger management is also important if you start avoiding situations or social events because you’re worried about having anger outbursts. This can lead to panic disorder, anxiety, or depression if left untreated.
Taking control of anger management issues involves identifying the underlying biological issue that causes them. Our psychiatric nurse practitioners address the biochemical abnormalities you may have that are making it difficult to control your anger. Once identified, your provider formulates a treatment plan.
Participating in therapy sessions to find what triggers your anger and how to control it is also beneficial. Your sessions can include learning to:
Depending on your specific case, you may also benefit from learning meditation and deep breathing techniques to use when you feel angry. Overall, learning how to manage anger takes time and dedication to treatment. Because you can request telemedicine visits at Intrepid Mental Wellness, you always have someone to call if you need help with anger management.
Anger can stem from a psychological issue, or it may be due to a medical problem or nutritional deficiency such as hyperthyroidism, so treatment with medications to resolve symptoms can take many forms. You may benefit from:
Some of these medications can take two to six weeks to work, while others can reduce the intensity of symptoms within several hours. Our providers regularly monitor your progress to ensure the medication is helping you manage anger issues. We support you every step of the way and can even collaborate with the rest of your health care team to ensure you’re getting the comprehensive treatment you need.
Book your visit at Intrepid Mental Wellness and get started on your anger management treatment by submitting a "contact us" inquiry or by calling the clinic.