Anger Management Melbourne

Anger management designed to help individuals effectively manage and understand their emotions. Through personalized counselling sessions, clients will learn practical techniques to regulate their emotions, improve communication skills, and enhance their overall emotional well-being. Our goal is to assist individuals in rediscovering peace, resilience, and healthier ways of expressing and managing anger.

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Martina Luongo

Martina is committed to fostering a robust therapeutic bond with her clients based on trust and mutual support. She adopts a client-centered approach, prioritizing the individual’s distinctive requirements and tailoring therapy accordingly. Her goal is to create a personalized experience that truly addresses the client’s needs.

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    Understanding Different Emotions

    Anger problems refer to difficulties individuals face in effectively managing and expressing their anger. When anger becomes overwhelming or uncontrolled, it can negatively impact various aspects of life, including relationships, work, and overall well-being. People with anger problems may experience frequent and intense outbursts, difficulty controlling their temper, or a tendency to hold onto anger for extended periods. Anger problems can also manifest as aggressive behaviour, physical or verbal violence, and a general sense of irritability and hostility. It is important to address anger problems through therapy or other interventions to learn healthy anger management techniques and promote positive emotional and interpersonal functioning.


    Symptoms of problematic anger can vary from person to person, but common signs may include:

    1. Frequent outbursts: Experiencing intense anger episodes more frequently than what is considered normal or proportional to the situation.

    2. Intense irritability: Feeling easily agitated, impatient, or constantly on edge, often reacting with anger to minor frustrations.

    3. Difficulty controlling anger: Struggling to manage or control anger, leading to impulsive or aggressive behavior that may be regretted later.

    4. Physical symptoms: Physical manifestations of anger, such as a rapid heartbeat, clenched fists, tense muscles, headaches, or an overall feeling of tension.

    5. Verbal or physical aggression: Engaging in aggressive behavior, either verbally (yelling, shouting, or using verbal threats) or physically (hitting objects, damaging property, or engaging in physical altercations).

    6. Holding grudges: Difficulty letting go of anger and holding onto resentment or grievances for extended periods, even after conflicts have ended.

    7. Relationship problems: Anger problems can strain relationships, leading to frequent arguments, conflicts, and difficulties in maintaining healthy connections with others.

    8. Impaired daily functioning: Anger problems can interfere with daily activities, work performance, and social interactions, causing disruptions in various areas of life.