People seek anger management for many reasons.
You may feel that your anger is disrupting and harming your relationships.
You feel like you want to control your anger, but sometimes it is in control of you.
Or, you are mandated by the courts or as an ultimatum by a family to seek anger management counseling.
Whatever your reason for seeking help, processing anger will change the way that you react to situations.
When you can change your reactions to events and situations, anger becomes a motivator to change or get what you need, rather than be a harmful act of aggression.