Why DBT can Help with Anger Management
Updated: Jun 1
DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) is a type of therapy that helps you manage your emotions, particularly intense emotions like anger. In DBT therapy, you can learn skills to help you regulate your emotions and cope with difficult situations that would usually trigger anger. This can include learning how to identify triggers for anger, how to communicate effectively, and how to practice mindfulness. Together with other DBT skills, this therapy can be a very powerful toolkit to help you overcome anger in your everyday life.
The group setting also allows you to get support from others who are going through similar challenges. Overall, DBT group therapy can be helpful if you struggle with controlling anger by teaching you how to better understand and manage your emotions.
Want to learn more? Schedule a 15 minute consultation to discuss your goals and see if DBT treatment can help you.