Dealing with other people's anger
Whether we are at home, a social event, or
at work, there are times when the people around us get angry at us or others.
Sometimes their anger is justified, but often their anger seems to be
completely out of proportion to the event that caused it.
In therapy we help you determine what events are
triggering the other person's anger toward you and what you can do to reduce those
events. If you or another person's safety is a concern we will explore
options to insure your safety.
We will also teach you different methods of
reducing your reaction to the other person's anger. This involves
exploring your memories of when other people have been angry or abusive to you in the past.
We often discover that our clients have a pattern of working for or becoming
involved with angry or abusive people. We will then help you to change
those patterns so that you become involved with people who are kinder to
Ideally it would be best for the angry person
to come in for therapy. Ultimately they are responsible for their own
anger and only they can change their anger patterns. Often they are often
unwilling to come in for therapy. Once you begin therapy with us
we will discuss techniques we have used successfully in the past to convince encourage
angry people they should begin therapy.
Neuro Linguistic Programming is a science
dedicated to understanding the conscious and unconscious programming we all
have. Once we are clear about how a person is programmed, then we
can help them begin to change that programming so they respond
Emotional Freedom Techniques are used to
reduce the pain caused by past events. It is especially useful in
quickly reducing the pain from childhood and adult abuse.
We have a great deal of experience
in helping our clients work with the angry people in their lives to improve
relationships, family life and their work.
Call us at 303-369-8877 to discuss
your concerns. There is no charge for a fifteen minute initial evaluation
discussion on the phone.