Where to Find Effective Anger Management Classes That Work

By: Sarah Cocchimiglio

Updated November 28, 2021

Medically Reviewed By: Kelly L. Burns, MA, LPC, ATR-P

How To Prepare For Your Anger Management Classes

When you've found the course or the resources that will work best for you, have an open mind. If you're attending a local course, don't be afraid to ask questions and share your thoughts. You'll also want to make observations and take notes. Finally, you may want to invite a friend or family member to join you if you feel uncomfortable.

For online classes, think about the best time of day to complete the material. You might be watching videos, taking notes, or completing writing exercises, so you'll want to find a time when you can focus. Online classes offer flexibility, but self-discipline is essential. Make an effort to establish a routine for either online or local classes if you want to make the most of the experience.

BetterHelp Can Help

In addition to local agencies and online groups, there are affordable alternatives online, including various types of therapy. For example, BetterHelp offers convenient online counseling with more than 20,000 licensed therapists. You can text, email, call, or video chat with your therapist from the comfort of your home or anywhere else you have internet access. Below are some reviews of BetterHelp counselors from people experiencing a wide range of anger issues.

Counselor Reviews

"Steve is amazing and does a good job at making this seem like less of a counseling session and more of a conversation between friends. He helped me talk through my anger issues and road rage and gave me lots of problem solving tools. I highly recommend him!"

Many therapists provide anger management tools, and can help you get to the bottom of your feelings in order to start living a better life.

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"Regina helped me pinpoint where my anger issue stemmed from in the very first session, and has been helping me become more self aware of my warning triggers. Very insightful and helpful!"

Conclusion

If you want help learning to deal with emotions like anger, it's possible to find no-cost classes and other resources both online and in your community. You'll need to do some research and put in a little effort, but the results can be amazing. These classes can have an incredibly positive impact on your relationships and your life in general.


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