Anger Management with Hypnotherapy & NLP

Through the use of hypnosis, NLP and the priniciples of CBT, we specialise in helping clients to deal with anger related issues. Our success lies in our ability to harness the extreme power of the unconscious mind, reprogramming habitual patterns of behaviour, such as responding angrily to everyday situations or the people we love most in life. 

We usually feel anger when we are being hurt; our boundaries are being violated; our needs are being ignored; or, during numerable other scenarios where our expectations are not being met. In these situations we express anger as a means of regaining control and in that regard, it is a perfectly natural state. However anger can become a real problem when it's experienced too frequently, too intensely, or for long periods of time.

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Dave's Story *

I had an extreme anger management issues in that when my wife and I got in to an argument, I had not choice, I would just react with anger and I couldn't stop it.
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Most people respond to difficult everyday situations by experiencing relatively healthy emotions such as stress, frustration, hurt or even fear; they reserve anger for the really serious situations in life. However for some of us, we react to everyday situations by immediately getting angry and it becomes an all too frequent response. And even when most people get angry, the level of anger is usually restricted to raising the voice and expressing a few choice words.

However for some of us, we find our anger is much more intense. And even when ordinary people get angry to a more intense level, as a result of venting the anger, they usually find it subsides within a short space of time. However for some of us, once we're into the cycle, it's difficult to get out of, leaving us with a lingering sense of anger that permeates us and those around us for hours, possibly days.

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Diana's Story *

After seeing Danny, Diana was able to feel settled and secure and had gained a wide tool kit of resources to help her in the future.
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The reason why Hypnotherapy and NLP can be so effective with anger management is because the primary source of anger is the unconscious mind. Anger is not a conscious response - if you could consciously decide to stop getting angry, wouldn't you simply decide to do so? The reality is that this would be a little like asking your conscious mind to forget how to ride a bike.

Through hypnosis and NLP, we can access the unconscious mind and harness its extreme power to reprogram habitual beliefs or behaviours, such as responding angrily to everyday situations. Rather like day dreaming, through hypnosis attention can then be focussed towards particular images, thoughts, perceptions, feelings, motivations and behaviours which will help change our habitual responses and learnt behaviours.

Our body already has natural mechanisms to handle stress and regulate emotions such as anger, but occasionally they need help in operating properly. At The Therapy Lounge we have designed a number of anger management techniques to help you be altogether calmer, more relaxed and in control in all those situations in which you used to lose control.

If you would like to talk to about anger management, call The Therapy Lounge now on  020 7485 5745  or  click here. We really can help.

* We provide testimonials to help you gain confidence about how we work and results we achieve - please remember that results may vary from person to person. 

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    Atta's Story *

    I was finding that I was being jealous and a little obsessive, wanting everything to go the way I wanted it to....... I started to see the changes as did the people around me.
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    Ria's Story *

    What i was given were the coping tools, the coping mechanisms to heal myself and the patience of Danny really helped me with that

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