135 S 19th St #350b, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (267) 277-3554 info@serenitysolutionstherapy.com
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Therapy for Anger Management in Philadelphia, PA.

Anger Management

You just got into another fight with your partner and they are fed up, fed up with your anger outbursts. They’re insisting that you get help because they can’t take it anymore. Truth is, you can’t either.

Would you like to have better control over your anger and emotions?

You know that stress from work and home makes it hard to stay calm when you’re triggered. With the additional stress and changes related to the Coronavirus, you’re finding yourself getting angry even quicker. You feel guilty because the anger shows up with the people you love the most and you’re scared that your family will fall apart because you can’t manage your anger. Other people would be surprised to know the truth.

Serenity Solutions can help through individual therapy sessions and an anger management class.

Over the last 18 years, we have helped people in Philadelphia and South Jersey who struggle with anger to learn the tools they need to manage their reactions so they don’t live with regret and shame. The people I work with:
  • gain a better understanding of triggers
  • learn how to manage stress
  • learn how to communicate calmly instead of losing their cool.

The next 8-week Anger Management group begins on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Call 267-277-3554 or click here to schedule your free 15 minute phone consultation to talk about how you can get a handle on your life and emotions.

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