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Professional Anger Management Online

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Professional anger management therapy, online via telehealth.

Anger is one of our primary human emotions, an intense emotional state that involves a strong uncomfortable and non-cooperative response to perceived provocation, hurt or threat.


A person experiencing anger will often feel physical effects including increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure and increased levels of adrenaline.

While anger is a completely normal human emotion experienced by almost everyone from time-to-time, if its intensity, frequency or expression is must be addressed.


When present, uncontrolled anger often overrides other emotions and becomes so dominant it can impact clear decision making.  Unmanaged anger can have very serious consequences for an individual’s personal health and relationships.


Anger issues often stem from deeper unresolved issues which allows anger to surface rapidly and intensely – unmanaged or uncontrolled anger causes societal issues which can present as things like:

  • Road rage

  • Office or workplace rage

  • Physical assaults or domestic violence

  • Assaults of frontline workers including paramedics, nurses or retail assistants

  • Family or child abuse

Issues managing anger are more common than you may think, according to statistics collected by the British Association of Anger Management, around one in ten adults admit to having trouble controlling their anger or rage.

However, 32% of individuals say they have a close friend or family member who has issues controlling their anger.


Online anger management therapy delivered via telehealth is not a new concept and was already growing at a steady rate prior to 2020.


However, during the global pandemic two factors at play greatly accelerated the adoption of online anger management counselling:

  1. Forced social distancing which made e-health and online treatment the norm

  2. Increased feelings of social isolation, heightened levels of uncertainty as a result of ongoing health concerns, record levels of job-loss and unemployment increased levels of frustration which made anger more prevalent and difficult to manage.

Medicare rebated anger management therapy with a personally experienced Australian psychologist

One of the misconceptions with online anger management therapy when compared to face-to-face support is that it’s not rebated through Medicare or as part of a Mental Health Care Plan – this is not the case.


At Online Psychologists Australia our sessions are claimable through Medicare. You’ll be individually matched with an expert psychologist that best meets your unique needs and preferences so that your online anger management therapy can be as effective as possible.

How do you know it’s time to engage professional help for your anger?

While anger is a normal, instinctual response experienced by all humans, unmanaged anger can have very serious consequences. Some of the signs you should engage in professional help for anger include:

  • You frequently become angry, and later regret your actions

  • The intensity of your anger is disproportionate to the event which triggered the response

  • Anger has caused you to harm or abuse others emotionally or physically

  • You cause yourself harm physically during an outburst of anger

  • You become angry for no apparent reason, or simply just feel angry

  • You’ve been told by friends or family you should get help for your anger management


At Online Psychologists Australia our highly skilled and experienced team is aware that every individual’s struggle with anger management is unique, and anger presents itself differently in everybody.

For this reason, when engaging in online anger management, we’ll personally match you with a psychologist that best meets your needs and preferences.


Your personally matched psychologist will use evidence-based methodologies delivered online which will help you overcome your issues managing anger.

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  • What are the common symptoms of depression we encounter?
    It is important to remember that we all experience symptoms of depression from time to time, and that may not necessarily mean you are depressed. Everybody suffers from depression in their own unique way and no two experiences are identical, however, there are a number of common symptoms we encounter, which are often summarised by feeling down, miserable, sad or hopeless – the loss of interest or pleasure in usual activities you may enjoy. Symptoms can include: Withdrawing from friends and family Restlessness Feeling perpetually tired and fatigued Inability to concentrate or focus on one task Issues with sleep Mood swings Loss or change of appetite Relying on alcohol or sedatives Feeling overwhelmed, unhappy, irritable and sad Thoughts of worthlessness or hopelessness
  • How do we treat depression?
    All of our psychologists are highly trained professionals with a history of success when treating patients suffering from symptoms of depression. Our psychologists don’t prescribe a one-size fits all approach to treating depression, but rather employ a host of evidence-based treatments and therapies proven to help alleviate the symptoms of depression. Your dedicated and personally matched psychologists may use any number of the following techniques: Schema Focused Therapy Assertiveness Training Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Solution Focused Brief Therapy Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Mindfulness and Relaxation Techniques Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy Compassion Focused Therapy Behavioural Therapy Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • What are the benefits of seeking help?
    The upsides of seeking and receiving help for depression are immense. The experienced and professional team at Online Psychologists Australia have seen hundreds of patients experience benefits such as: Improved relationships and friendships Improved physical health Improved sleep and rest Improved feelings of happiness and a restoration of energy Feelings of a burden being lifted Sharper thinking and a better memory A healthier lifestyle A lower risk of future depression, as patients are often better equipped to deal with depressive periods

What can you expect from online anger management therapy?

Before you officially start your treatment – you’ll have a chat with someone in our team so that we’re able to match you with a psychologist that best meets your unique needs, and your preferences.


Once you begin treatment, the psychologist treating you will take the time to understand you as an individual. You will find the conversation takes place in a completely safe, private and comforting manner – your highly skilled psychologist is there to help you, not to judge you.


Depending on your individual needs and circumstances, the psychologist treating you can draw on a range of evidence-based methodologies to help you recover from your anger issues.

Complete anger management won’t happen overnight, and more often than not, you will have some ‘homework’ or tasks to perform in-between sessions. These small tasks often involve being present and aware during day-to-day life and will help you make progress between sessions.

Get anger management therapy online today with a professional psychologist today

Reaching out and accessing support for anger management issues can be tough, however the benefits of doing can be lifechanging.


Our professional, empathetic and understanding team of psychologists are ready to help you overcome your issues with anger.


At Online Psychologists Australia, we offer a free, no obligation chat where we’ll personally match you with a psychologist that best meets your unique needs.


All of our sessions are claimable with Medicare rebates.


Get the help you need today.

"The privacy and comfort of having sessions online, but still face-to-face over Zoom made me feel so much more at ease. I was able to open-up much quicker and felt like I was making progress after just my first session."

Andy, 28

What our clients are saying

"Being able to book in appointments that work around my schedule has been incredible. Speaking to Rob has had the most positive impact on my mental wellbeing given the isolation I experienced in 2020."

Liz, 41

"The fact I was able to get medicare rebate on my sessions made the whole process so much easier. I've already recommended Online Psychologists Australia to a few friends that have been struggling lately.

Amita, 22

If you're having thoughts of self-harm or suicide.

If you’re having thoughts of self-harm or suicide, there are many organisations that can help you 24 hours, 7 days a week. They include:

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