Psychologist Questions Behavioral therapy

How effective is behavioral therapy for aggressive behavior?

I'm 25, and I want to go to cognitive behavior therapy to help control my anger and aggressive behavior. How effective is behavioral therapy with this?

3 Answers

Behavior therapy is very useful, because it helps delineate what might be a stimulus for feeling anger or aggression, and replacing the angle response with some thing that makes you feel more in control. Exploring anger triggers is always useful. It’s also important to have compassion and what might be underlying reasons for it.
Depends on the therapist. And how much you are willing to change
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It can be very effective when tied to DBT and anger management.