Anger Management With Hypnotherapy

by Rowan on April 8, 2019

There are many ways that we can get better at managing our anger. In this blog, hypnotherapist and life coach Caroline Jago explains how Hypnotherapy can be a particularly effective aid in anger management.

Anger is an emotion that each one of us has experienced at some point in our lives. Anger can arise from worry, stress, fear, fatigue, or negative thoughts. There are five dimensions of anger: cognition, emotion, affect, communication, and behaviour. At different times in our lives, we may have difficulty controlling any of these different aspects.

Uncontrollable anger is extremely dangerous. Some people lose their temper and experience such high levels of anger that they harm another individual. Anger can not only hurt someone else, but can also cause damage to the angry person in a number of ways. But anger is controllable. Many people who experience outbursts of anger find it beneficial to consider anger management.

Hypnosis is an effective tool for anger management. Hypnosis is a type of soothing therapy that is safe, gentle and positive, working on a subconscious level.

Someone undergoing hypnosis will enter into a state of deep relaxation, during which they are in full control. It is during this state of deep relaxation that the subconscious mind is most open to new ideas and perspectives. As the state of relaxation continues, the individual undergoing hypnosis will receive positive suggestions. These positive suggestions include motivational encouragement, confidence building statements, and a set plan to control anger. Hypnosis can help to alleviate any stress and anxiety one feels, while increasing self-esteem and confidence – further aiding anger management.

One who has undergone hypnosis will experience new thinking and behaviour patterns. These new patterns are what allow a person to finally control their anger and to reach a healthy level of anger management.

Caroline Jago is a fully qualified and insured hypnotherapist and life coach working at Bellenden. To find out more about the therapies she offers, visit our pages on Hypnotherapy, Life Coaching, EMDR Therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. To read more of her thoughts about anger, visit

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