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Everyone gets angry. It’s a natural, healthy reaction to facing situations we deem unjust, disheartening or cruel, giving us the push we need to step in and do something about it. However, anger can also make us irrational and impulsive, leading to arguments and outbursts — some of which can become violent.
When you find yourself unable to control your anger, it may be time to explore care options for anger management. In Sacramento, California, Diamond House strives to provide everyone with a place to go where they can work through their anger and learn how to manage it in their day-to-day lives.
Our treatments for anger management are for anyone who feels they could better manage their anger, especially those who believe their anger is negatively affecting their lives. You may be a great candidate for our services if:
If you often find yourself moving through life angry, you may be surprised to learn that anger is actually a secondary emotion. Secondary emotions are feelings fueled by other emotions. With anger, these primary emotions might be fear, stress, depression or similar feelings. To learn how to manage your anger, you first have to confront those other emotions, and that’s what we do in our anger management treatment programs.
When you come to us for treatment, you’ll go through many of these therapies to get to the root of your anger:
So, you want to manage your anger. But, you also have a family, job and life that needs your attention. Whatever your circumstances are, they shouldn’t interfere with your ability to get quality mental health care. At Diamond House, we cater to many situations through our three programs:
Whoever you are, managing your anger is a crucial step in making your world a more enjoyable place to live. When you find managing it on your own is a challenge, there’s no shame in asking for help. Unmanaged anger can lead to:
Learning your triggers and how to cope with intense feelings like anger helps you better express yourself and puts the people around you at ease. The people who love you want to see you thrive, and sometimes, that means visiting an anger management treatment program like the one at Diamond House.
Confronting someone with anger issues can bring a lot of anxiety. Still, if you’re committed to intervening, you can make some preparations to give yourself a better chance at a good outcome:
Whether you’re dealing with anger yourself or you want to help someone you love, Diamond House will be there for you. Our medical team has experience dealing with these situations, and we’ll help you navigate and manage them so you can start living a more fulfilling life. Verify your insurance today, then talk to our admissions team about setting up an intake. We’ll be here to support you every step of the way.