Your Guide to Managing your Anger
When your anger takes over –
we can put you back into control!
Fill out the form to the right to download the helpful guide:
‘Managing Anger – 10 Tips to Keep Your Anger Under Control’
Did you know?
- Lots of things make us mad, but out-of-control anger isn’t good for your health or your relationships.
- Uncontrolled rage can increase a person’s chances of developing coronary heart disease.
- Anger also contributes to stress-related problems such as insomnia, headaches, digestive issues and other health concerns.
You can overcome excessive anger! YSC can help.
How Online Counseling Can Help You Manage Anger
Because of the advantages and immediacy of online counseling, we find people are more likely to start. And the sooner you start, the sooner you can reduce and neutralize your anger.
It is convenient – you can do it from anywhere.
Where do you feel most comfortable? Home? In a coffee shop? That is where you might want to be when speaking with your counselor. Online therapy gives you the option to select your location.
It is anonymous.
Do you feel awkward at the thought of sitting in a room talking in person with your therapist? Online counseling gives you the choice of HIPAA-compliant video-conferencing, chat, email or phone – so you can decide how much interaction works best for you.
It is more private.
Do you fear meeting someone you know in a therapist’s waiting room? That keeps many people from getting the help they need. Online therapy give you the ultimate in privacy — it is therapy you can do from the privacy of your own home.
It is affordable.
Whether you have insurance or not, our therapists are priced to provide a great value to you. Hourly rates vary by counselor. They start at $40 an hour.
What makes Your Story Confidential special?
Online counseling means you can get help on your schedule, and on your terms. Our therapists, counselors and life coaches are here to build a relationship with you. They will listen objectively and help you learn tools to cope, heal, and move forward with life. Conversations between you and your provider are strictly confidential.