Rage or anger is often explosive, it is the most potent energy that you feel in your body, and often it is so powerful and fast that it controls you, and you say or do things that make you feel bad afterward.
Traditional therapies approach anger with tactics such as counting to 10, deep breathing, and so on, aimed at buying time to get your response right. The problem with this approach is that it takes at least 20 minutes for the adrenaline secreted by anger to subside; sometimes, it can take hours or days. These therapies are slow to react differently, relying heavily on constant practice and positive reinforcement.
In my therapy, I apply specific techniques tailored to each client’s personality to disarm destructive anger. At the end of the process, you will feel the energy of anger, but it will no longer overwhelm you. You will be in control, and you will choose the most appropriate response. You will understand what unmet needs were the source of anger, and you will be able to give them the proper answer of your choice.
My treatment is effective for people who express their anger openly and those who suppress it. Feelings that sometimes mask anger, such as sadness or anxiety, are also resolved. In addition, health improves because the body’s systems are no longer constantly inflamed by adrenaline due to anger.
This process takes about a month. Its approach is unique because it works directly with the limbic system and the fight or flight response. It offers therapeutic intervention for anger elegantly simple, surprisingly fast, highly effective, and permanent.
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For therapy to be effective, a good rapport between client and therapist is essential.
For this reason I invite you to meet me for a free 30 minutes interview.
Where, you will ask me questions, explain your problems and I will tell you how we will solve them and how long it will take. Then you decide.
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Luis Navarro Psychotherapist
In my career as a psychotherapist, I have helped numerous people with aggression problems through anger treatment. My previous clients have been able to leave their aggressive ways behind and move forward living in a healthier, more peaceful way. I would love to extend my help to you, too. By working with me, you will begin to see the positive changes you have been waiting for and regain control of your life.
Aggressive behavior may result from past, unresolved trauma or subconscious factors. Thankfully, aggressive tendencies can be treated through psychotherapy, and I can help you resolve these issues in just a few sessions.
To take control of your emotions may seem like a daunting task, but after customized therapy you will be able to control the feelings of aggressiveness and negativity affecting your well-being.
I will help you feel good
I empathize with how you feel, and I am aware of the difficulties in controlling a temper. When you get angry, there is a tension within you that continues to build until you explode with violent words or actions. I know that rationally, you cannot understand why you react so aggressively and literally have no control over your outbursts despite feeling guilty after each explosive episode.
You do not have to try to resolve or face your aggressive disorder alone, because I am here to help you improve and feel better. You will be able to live the life you want filled with happiness as opposed to causing conflict within yourself or to those around you. With my therapy, you will also stop feeling remorseful or guilty for having taken your anger out on loved ones.
After your aggressive behavior treatment with me, you will be able to regain your peace and better understand and manage your emotions, so they no longer overwhelm you. If you want more self-confidence and control over your behavior, you can trust in my aggressive behavior treatment to give you that.
These traits are fundamental in giving you a healthy and balanced emotional life.
Sometimes we are presented with situations that provoke negative emotions we are not able to work through on our own. By working with me, you can learn to prevent being quickly consumed by anger or rage in any given situation and avoid the guilt after aggressive episodes. Aggression disorder leads to painful experiences, including the possibility of hurting those around you, and psychotherapy is the perfect solution if you want to avoid risking these situations in the future as well.
You will receive personalized therapy sessions with the appropriate techniques used to solve your problems quickly and effectively.
How I Work
In the first session, we will assess your aggression disorder and I will give you an estimate of the number of sessions you will need to completely solve your aggressive behavior. After therapy, you will feel more confident in yourself and be able to move forward, as I will have helped you leave behind any aggressive tendencies damaging your life and relationships with other people.
A person who struggles with rage and aggression may find it difficult to establish solid and lasting relationships with other people, be it family members, friends, partners, co-workers, or employees. Their uncontrollable aggressive behavior, if left untreated, may cause discomfort to not only them, but to the ones they love, leading to isolation and little emotional support.
You do not have to think about the triggers that previously filled you with anger. I will not make you uncomfortable while trying to help you feel good. Using the most appropriate psychotherapy techniques, I will design a therapy adapted to your needs that will solve your problem in a few sessions and without relapses.
A life filled with violence over small inconveniences, arguments with loved ones, random outbursts, and inappropriate reactions to situations that caused you irritability is painful and unpleasant. I can help you eliminate these occurrences and confront situations in a completely different way. Are you ready to begin solving these issues with aggression so that you can enjoy the life you want?
You may also be faced with problems such as depression and anxiety.
Learning to control your aggressive behavior is difficult, but being conscious of this is the most important step in the journey of asking for help and beginning to change. If not now, when? Schedule an appointment now!